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Sennheiser e 845 S
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Sennheiser e 845 S

Dynamic Microphone from Sennheiser belonging to the evolution 800 series.

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"for clean vocals"

Sennheiser e 845 SPublié le 01/31/12 à 21:37
The Sennheiser E 845 S is a very nice looking vocal mic intended for the stage. It is very stunning to look at as a throwback to the retro mics of the 50's and 60's. You would expect to see Elvis grabbing one of these and singing into it. Apart from the extraordinary appearance, it is actually not a bad mic for live purposes. I find that it sounds very similar to the Shure SM58, and I would not be surprised if it is actually the same cartridge inside. This is a dynamic mic and you don't need any phantom power for it. It will connect with a standard XLR cable. It doesn't have a low cut filter switch on it, but the frequency response definitely seems to drop off fairly quickly below 65 Hz......
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The Sennheiser E 845 S is a very nice looking vocal mic intended for the stage. It is very stunning to look at as a throwback to the retro mics of the 50's and 60's. You would expect to see Elvis grabbing one of these and singing into it. Apart from the extraordinary appearance, it is actually not a bad mic for live purposes. I find that it sounds very similar to the Shure SM58, and I would not be surprised if it is actually the same cartridge inside. This is a dynamic mic and you don't need any phantom power for it. It will connect with a standard XLR cable. It doesn't have a low cut filter switch on it, but the frequency response definitely seems to drop off fairly quickly below 65 Hz or so, so one is not very badly needed. It is a cardioid pickup pattern, so you will get the rejection you need for this perform well on a stage. One handy feature that it has apart from turning heads is the on/off switch. I think those are very underrated for live vocal mics since they come in handy all the time.


OVERALL OPINION

I bought this mic many many years ago when I was doing more gigging. I thought the sound was definitely passable for a live club setting, and the fact that the mic really caught the eye was a nice bonus. The frequency response is tailored for vocals, with a presence peak for intelligibility and a low roll-off to reduce rumbling. You end up with a pretty full and even sounding vocal coming through this which your live engineer will appreciate. These will cost you around $150, which is not much more than the similar sounding SM58. I think it's worth it and a good value. I'd get it again.
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Sennheiser e 845 SPublié le 09/09/02 à 05:15
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This is a supercardioid dynamic microphone, its bandwidth is 40 Hz-16 kHz. It has a sensitivity at 1 kHz to 1.8 mV / Pa and its impedance is 350 ohms. Moreover, it is equipped with an on / off switch.
Very good vocal mic (very true because few colored), I also used to use the guitar amps.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two years, I appreciate its neutrality, and high resistance to the phenomenon of feedback, which allows me to mount a substantial amount in order not to sing at the microphone stuck (being primarily an instrumentalist, I am easier to sing below)
I tested before buying different models, a small Fostex (too low output), an SM 58 and SM57.
The value for money seems......
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This is a supercardioid dynamic microphone, its bandwidth is 40 Hz-16 kHz. It has a sensitivity at 1 kHz to 1.8 mV / Pa and its impedance is 350 ohms. Moreover, it is equipped with an on / off switch.
Very good vocal mic (very true because few colored), I also used to use the guitar amps.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two years, I appreciate its neutrality, and high resistance to the phenomenon of feedback, which allows me to mount a substantial amount in order not to sing at the microphone stuck (being primarily an instrumentalist, I am easier to sing below)
I tested before buying different models, a small Fostex (too low output), an SM 58 and SM57.
The value for money seems good
I would take this microphone perhaps if I had to choose a dynamic.
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Sennheiser e 845 SPublié le 03/30/04 à 15:44
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OVERALL OPINION

-Good vocal mic
-Robust agrble touch
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Sennheiser e 845 SPublié le 05/13/07 à 06:00
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Micro electro dynamic transducer. Also known as "micro chant".
able to support heavy sound pressure.
Robust. Efficiency. Not fragile.

Micro reference.
Nice design.
Very good grip.

OVERALL OPINION

Use for many years.
Main qualities: subtlety. Absolutely nothing to do with an SM 58 which simply do his "vulgar"
Musicality. Warm color, pleasant. Pretty sharp and mediums.
The value for money.

Some cons-parts:
The grave just a little
Do not invest in the E845 model but in the E845. ie model without switch. Why? People had fun! "It cracks in the ears."
Tip: If you have already invested in the E845 there is a screw at the switch that I strongly advise you to use. (I......
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Micro electro dynamic transducer. Also known as "micro chant".
able to support heavy sound pressure.
Robust. Efficiency. Not fragile.

Micro reference.
Nice design.
Very good grip.

OVERALL OPINION

Use for many years.
Main qualities: subtlety. Absolutely nothing to do with an SM 58 which simply do his "vulgar"
Musicality. Warm color, pleasant. Pretty sharp and mediums.
The value for money.

Some cons-parts:
The grave just a little
Do not invest in the E845 model but in the E845. ie model without switch. Why? People had fun! "It cracks in the ears."
Tip: If you have already invested in the E845 there is a screw at the switch that I strongly advise you to use. (I put 8 / 10 then)
I tried many other models before it. I much prefer to all others.
I naturally do it again this choice (in fact I have remade)
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  • Manufacturer: Sennheiser
  • Model: e 845 S
  • Series: evolution 800
  • Category: Dynamic Microphones
  • Added in our database on: 03/27/2004

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