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Read on to find out just how well the Sennheiser e stacks up against the competition. Released as part of Sennheiser's Evolution series of microphones, the e is built for musicians that require a tough mic for life on the road or constant gigging, one that can take a good beating without dying on them.
On that front, the e delivers, featuring a rugged metal body and an advanced shock mount design. From our experience, it was able to survive several five-foot drops without as much as a scratch. In fact, you could probably throw this mic against a concrete wall and it will still keep on going although that is not recommended. If you take a quick look at e, it looks like your average vocal stage mic.
With a nominal impedance of ohms, the mic is on par with a good majority other stage microphones in this field. Its cardioid pickup pattern helps with feedback reduction, even near speakers and monitors. While all this is standard fare for these type of mics, what sets the e apart is its excellent extended frequency response 40 — 18, Hz , giving it increased sensitivity and realistic sound reproduction that goes great with vocals.
More on that in a bit. Other features include standard XLR-3 connectors and a hum-compensating coil. It also comes with a storage bag and clip. Loud, clean and clear — this is what you get with an e If you're not a fan of the subdued feel of the SM58, the e will be a much better fit. Aside from a difference in tone, notes that would seem to blend into the background with an SM58 will come out sharp and distinct on this mic, meaning flaws in your delivery will not be hidden.
Being a sensitive mic, you'll also need to watch out for noise from excessive handling. Not a huge problem though as this can be corrected with a little self-restraint. Feedback rejection was also very impressive, able to give consistently clean vocals even under particularly loud settings. Despite being in a very crowded field with plenty of established competition, the Sennheiser e manages to differentiate itself thanks to its quality construction and distinct frequency response.
All in all, the Sennheiser e succeeds in delivering excellent value, robust construction and exceptional performance in one highly recommended package. Cart is empty. Recent Posts. Past Articles. Sennheiser e Dynamic Vocal Microphone Review. PAL Promise. The PAL Promise is about providing you an unparalleled online shopping experience.
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