All user reviews for the Sennheiser e 602
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calsius's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" good microphone"
first use in concert Saturday
I had the opportunity to use the fame (nothing) and the shure beta 52 as good for less
what I like most is the kick drum sound that reasons into the stomach (well my friend Raph has the technique is also something to do)
value for money is excellent
4 people did not find this review helpful
proaudio-plugins.com's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Micro bass, drum and bass Tom
- How long have you use it?
- What is so special that you like most and least?
Fairly general, ideal low or Low and Tom second bass drum microphone for recording. Really great on the floor tom
- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
D112, Beta 52
- How would you rate the quality / price?
- With experience, you do again this choice? ...
2 of 5 people found this review helpful
remy29's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Micro Dynamic small-cap (despite appearances).
I bought this micro-hand a year ago and a half.
It is compact and easily habitable even in a GC whose skin resonance has a hole of small diameter.
It is rarely the preferred sheets. In my opinion, this is because it is quite versatile in the style of music (and bass drum) to which it affects, it may find its limits (metal, hard, etc. ..). It is important to note that current microphones for bass drum (or bass amp, tuba, etc. ..) has a frequency response "appropriate". Traditionally, the agreement of a GC is around 80 Hz, which is why our dear sensors are inflated to 100 Hz. This is convenient in most cases and you naturally feel that the microphone "sounds" without you having to intervene on the console ... Depending on the musical context, the local nature of the instrument sets, stars competing (beta 52, Audix D6, D112) may find themselves in a bad position. In my opinion, without a miracle, the E602 you out of business while other sensors ruin your benefits ... but it is only my opinion! This versatility coupled with the price were my criteria for purchase, not to toil in the balances in bar or small rooms which are difficult acoustics, or sound recording of GC with different qualities and different tunings. It can sometimes "bleed" in this case you will solve the problem in 80% of refining its position.
I was fortunate to work with: D12, D112, MD421, RE20, Beta 52.
This excited me micro its price / quality ratio (mostly used).
According to the same criteria of versatility and price, I do it again this choice. Remember that brands typically offer guaranteed term of your investment. Used with an E602, you go for years of peace at the cost of an entry-level competitor or model "made in Pascher" ... take your pick.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
llados's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
I only used once registered for a demo. I put in front of my bass drum "closed" very close to the skin tone (-5cm) and I had a big sound too serious with a good impact.
After that, it's true that a little drool in the grave and it is not accurate we will soon. But I had a good sound that can be re-worked quietly in the mix.
Since I have not used other mics, I can not compare. But there must be better.
1 of 5 people found this review helpful
pierhomme's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use it frequently for 2-3 years of concerts.
The one I like most, it is very solid.
The one I like least, not precise answer, rounded unpleasant mix (it dribble down in the grave), lack of attack. To indicate to future buyers, if you do not pop with a low tempo, leave immediately. Once there is the double pedal, it saturates, drooling see rumbles. And jazz, going instead to the D112.
I did not buy (hopefully) and I used 3 to 4 other brands of microphones (Beta 52 which is great, which is monstrous Audix, AKG, which is rock and roll ...).
Quality / price ratio ignoble. How can we sell at this price a microphone bass drum, while other brands sell best models to - € 100. (Autio-Technica AKG).
Yes, I would do the choice not to buy it.
4 of 9 people found this review helpful
djtonyo190's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
So thank you for not saying anything when you do not know what we are talking about !!!!!! At its feels good to push his gueulante
Lebreuk's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
This is really a very bad microphone, it works very very mal.Beaucoup too serious, invasive, attack and strong strong brand and little pretty.
mamakrie's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use it for 2 years. I am glad trs: big punch, and allows good DEFINITIONS also have the "fullness" in the bass drum sound. For me, a good value qualitprix trs.