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Sennheiser E835 Dynamic Vocal Microphone

U182536

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This used Sennheiser e 835 Vocal Microphone comes with a microphone clip.

Condition

This product is in good condition with normal wear, including some indentations on the grille. This microphone has been fully tested and sounds exactly as it should. Please see pictures for details on item condition. Only what is pictured is included.

Product Details

Lead vocal stage mic, designed to perform under pressure. Uniform frequency pick-up pattern maintains signal quality when moving on and off axis during performance. Gentle presence boost to even tonal response ensures clarity and projection. Minimal proximity effect provides consistently clear bass and performance when singing closer to or farther from capsule.

  • Rugged metal body
  • Excellent feedback rejection
  • High sound pressure handling capability
  • Shock-mounted capsule provides excellent suppression of handling noise
  • Uniform on- and off-axis response
  • Cardioid pick-up pattern provides isolation from other on-stage signals
  • Hum compensating coil


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