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Sennheiser e 845
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Sennheiser e 845
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Publié le 10/31/08 à 16:00
The mike came with a neat little pouch and its own head for a mike stand.

£90.00

OVERALL OPINION

This mike has a very high out-put, with hardly any noise even when pushed quite hard. The sound is clear and warm and would suit live vocals well. In recording it works well but seems to enhance sibilance due to a peak in frequency response at around 5khz. It works quite well on acoustic guitars, yet its frequency response only goes as high as 16khz. A harmonic exciter lifts it nicely and sounds fine.

Just plug it in and away you go! The manual gives you a detailed map of the frequency response.

This is really a hardcore giging mike, I reckon it would take a good knocking around without giving up the ghost. Its feel and look is very solid. Its streamlined look and bullet grey metal body oozes quality!

I love this mike, its helped me record many a song and will help me record many a song in the future.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Unknown (January 0-, 2002)
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