Sennheiser - Evolution Dynamic Supercardioid Microphone - Silver
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Dynamic supercardioid design
Isolates incoming audio from ambient noise and other audio signals for enhanced sound clarity. Ideal for drum and guitar miking for live shows and studio recording applications.
Neodymium-boron ferrous magnet
Provides improved audio stability for use in a variety of environments.
Hum-compensating coil and falcon ring
Reduces electrical interference for crisp, consistent sound.
Rugged metal design and refined steel inlet basket
For long-lasting durability.
40Hz - 18kHz frequency response
For faithful sound reproduction.
1.5 mV/Pa at 1kHz sensitivity
Delivers powerful audio.
350 ohms impedance
To efficiently conduct power.
- Sennheiser Evolution Dynamic Supercardioid Microphone
- Protective pouch
- MZQ 100 microphone clip
- Owner's manual
- MaterialMetal, refined steel
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review(1 Review)
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Sennheiser 609Posted .
Got this mic a few weeks ago, and compared it to the shure sm 57, which is studio standard for miking guitar amps. I recorded this mic with the sm 57, totally big difference. The 609 sounds way cleaner, wider in dynamic and frequency range, while the sm 57 did a good job, it sounded more compress then the 609. This mic makes the amp sound like its live in front of you, while the sm 57 sounds compressed and the typical recorded version. I want to even buy the 906 series of this mic.I would recommend this to a friend
Q: Questioncan you use this for vocals?
Asked by Anonymous.
- A:Answer Hello- While we do make specialized vocal mics, this mic is a nice alternative. A similar Sennheiser product, the MD 409, was once used by Pink Floyd for vocals on stage and in the studio. You will find it to be a clear, exciting sound that cuts through the mix and is very resistant to feedback.
Answered by TheSennheiserSoundGuy