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  • A counselor.

    Sennheiser e 835Publié le 07/21/13 à 01:37
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    I used there is a time you need a Shure SM58 stick to his mouth for a decent result, SENNHEISER E835 does not need it and we hear less outside noise and handling, it is advisable for more reasonably priced (- € 100, including foot and over).

    OVERALL OPINION

    Correct answer to the little voice that rises enough for the recording level on a LINK-USB interface such TAPCO (on my mini home studio).
  • Great low cost mic

    Sennheiser e 835Publié le 11/13/12 à 17:17
    The sound quality is supurb in my view! Crisp, clear with good bottom end. This beats other mics (Shure 58's, Berringer H1000, and even a higher dollar BLUE enCORE 200, altho that one is close) and I believe will by my main on stage mic from now on. I do solo and Band gigs and it is perfect for both! Mainly Blues and a spattering of a few other styles get the thumbs up with this fine piece as far as sound quality goes!

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    "Crisp and powerful!" submitted August 7, 2012 By Willie D. Welch in Wichita, KS OverallSoundFeaturesEase of UseQualityValueManufacturer SupportThe Wow FactorMusical Background: Played guitar at 5 years old for the first time, and I am now 58. I am no......
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    The sound quality is supurb in my view! Crisp, clear with good bottom end. This beats other mics (Shure 58's, Berringer H1000, and even a higher dollar BLUE enCORE 200, altho that one is close) and I believe will by my main on stage mic from now on. I do solo and Band gigs and it is perfect for both! Mainly Blues and a spattering of a few other styles get the thumbs up with this fine piece as far as sound quality goes!

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    "Crisp and powerful!" submitted August 7, 2012 By Willie D. Welch in Wichita, KS OverallSoundFeaturesEase of UseQualityValueManufacturer SupportThe Wow FactorMusical Background: Played guitar at 5 years old for the first time, and I am now 58. I am no longer a professional music maker, just gig weekly.Music Style: Blues, some Jazz, older Country when called for, and some Rockabilly. I love to play and sing the old Gospel tunes that lean towBack to Product Information VERIFIED BUYER zZounds has verified that this customer bought this product from us. Sound: The sound quality is supurb in my view! Crisp, clear with good bottom end. This beats other mics (Shure 58's, Berringer H1000, and even a higher dollar BLUE enCORE 200, altho that one is close) and I believe will by my main on stage mic from now on. I do solo and Band gigs and it is perfect for both! Mainly Blues and a spattering of a few other styles get the thumbs up with this fine piece as far as sound quality goes! Feature: This mic has only one thing I do not care for and that being the lack of an on/off switch. I know the e835 S has the switch, but this gift mic does not and that is something I miss. It is sturdy buit and the construction means a lot of years usage with little to no repairs. The lack of an on/off switch will add to that as well, so it is kind of a toss up on the switch being a negative point. Ease of Use: Took it from the box, plugged uit in, set all eq parameters to mid and BOOM, there it was. GREAT sounds. I later tweaked them a little just to see, and a little added bass and a shade off the highs and it still sounds crisp on the hsighs and has a bigger bottom sound! easy to adjust on the EuroPower PMP2000 head I used. Quality: Solid as a rock. Having never abused a Shure 58 I cannot compare it, but I suspect it might be JUST as hardy in the contruction! Great solid feel to it. Value: I got this one as a gift, but $99.00 sounds like a bargain for the quality of this mic! It shows as good of sound quality as the BLUE enCORE 200 that sells for $50.00 more! Manufacturer Support: Have not dealt with Sennheiser, and due to the quality of the product, I may never have to contact them. The only reason I might would be to say "Thanks." The Wow Factor: The real WOW! factor is in the sound. It has a certain strong appearence that appeals, but the sound is what makes me say "WOW!" Overall: I received 2 microphones as a gift today from a friend. A BLUE enCORE 200 and this Sennheiser e835. Both have good points, but this 835 has a good bass and the crispest edge. I have used many different mics over the years and Shure 58's and the Berringer H1000 I have used do not even come close to the sound of this fine beast! This will be the mic for stage use, and while doing solo gigs I might even use it to mic an acoustic and use the BLUE for vocals. They are close to exchangeable with the 835 set dead center through a PMP2000 head the sound is perfect with my voice! To get the exact same setting I have to turn the high's up and add a little bass to the BLUE, then they both sound identical...almost. Still the 835 seems crisper with good bass. I have not spent time trying to increase the 835's bass and mids to see what happens, but I suspect it will be VERY good!I would use only this kind of mic if I were starting over with sound equipment. It is THAT good. I suspect some of the reviews are less than spectacular for this item as they were run through a lesser PA set-up. The Berringer PMP2000 is a good head and great for the money. Paired with a set of 3 or 4 Senn e835 I would not be afraid to take to the stage and rock it out all night long!Thanks Sennheiser, you have made a Monster of a mic!
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  • Excellent

    Sennheiser e 835Publié le 08/14/12 à 02:21
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    Dynamic vocal microphone (hyper) cardioid. is not nothing else, on pain of being disappointed.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This mic has intere my gear last year, because I find an alternative voulias Ahx Shure ones that I find, has a reputation overrated, and with a very unpleasant bump in the midrange.

    It did not take long for me to find what Sennheiser, for "a morsel of bread" in Germany, with a cable and a foot (both rotten, but useful for quick start).

    His great quality is to stay very 'flat'. The low mids and bass do not drool, but plosives are problematic without correction. In any case it's perfectly transcribed growls and singing remains intelligible in all circumstances.

    Good......
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    Dynamic vocal microphone (hyper) cardioid. is not nothing else, on pain of being disappointed.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This mic has intere my gear last year, because I find an alternative voulias Ahx Shure ones that I find, has a reputation overrated, and with a very unpleasant bump in the midrange.

    It did not take long for me to find what Sennheiser, for "a morsel of bread" in Germany, with a cable and a foot (both rotten, but useful for quick start).

    His great quality is to stay very 'flat'. The low mids and bass do not drool, but plosives are problematic without correction. In any case it's perfectly transcribed growls and singing remains intelligible in all circumstances.

    Good resistance to Feedback on stage, this mic is really very strong ... and unfortunately very heavy, which could interfere with those who wear their microphones.
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  • concise sound

    Sennheiser e 835Publié le 11/27/11 à 22:50
    The Senheiser e835 is a hand held style dynamic microphone that can be used in just about any situation. I've personally only used it in a recording studio where I was the assistant engineering on the session. The e835 has a hypercardioid polar pick up pattern, so it picks up sound best when a source goes directly head on into it. While I haven't used this for vocals during a live show, this is the perfect kind of microphone for that sort of use. The setting that I used it in was for a live recording session.


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    When using the e835 , the main idea for us was to get a nice sounding vocal without it picking up too much surrounding sound since the singer was in the same room......
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    The Senheiser e835 is a hand held style dynamic microphone that can be used in just about any situation. I've personally only used it in a recording studio where I was the assistant engineering on the session. The e835 has a hypercardioid polar pick up pattern, so it picks up sound best when a source goes directly head on into it. While I haven't used this for vocals during a live show, this is the perfect kind of microphone for that sort of use. The setting that I used it in was for a live recording session.


    OVERALL OPINION

    When using the e835 , the main idea for us was to get a nice sounding vocal without it picking up too much surrounding sound since the singer was in the same room as the drummer and the rest of the band. This wasn't for the recording of an album, but for a live recording session, so the idea was more to get a vibe with everyone in the room rather than isolating everyone. We choose the Audix e835 one day when we decided to start experimenting with the vocal microphone that we did for these sessions to see if anything else could work as well as the Electrovoice RE-20s that we were normally using to record vocals. The e835 was around and seemed like a logical choice because of it's hand held nature and the fact that it is a hyper cardioid microphone that won't pick up unnecessary low or high end sound. While perhaps not as good for this application as the RE-20 was, the e835 got us a very good sound when run through a Neve 8108 console and a Tube Tech compressor. It wasn't as full sounding as the RE-20, but was definitely adequate and did a great job of isolating the vocal sound. Although a bit more expensive than other hand held microphones of this nature, the e835 is definitely in another league as it sounds a lot better than most of them out there as well. If you're looking for a high quality vocal mic for studio live sessions or live shows, the e835 should definitely be on the list of mics to investigate.
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  • Sennheiser e 835Publié le 01/02/03 à 01:02
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    ERROR previous opinion OOPS.
    dynamic mid-range vocals.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have 2 years and have only praise. It is very good on stage and me used to 30cm also home studio. fairly neutral voice of moin prsence shure in the vicinity.
    more sensitive and slower whistles.

    I dcu t by 845 against that of a weird hollow at the bottom of the voice.
    very good price short IDAL and the universal gift
  • Sennheiser e 835Publié le 01/27/03 à 08:52
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    Vocal mic Sennheiser E 835
    Rponse in frquence: 40 Hz ..... 16 kHz (1)
    Principle: pressure gradient (1)
    Directivity: cardioid (1)
    Impdance nominal 1 kHz: 350 ohms (1)
    Impdance minimum load: 1 kOhm (1)
    Weight: 330 g (1)
    Comes with holster and clip without cable. cblage plan to XLR

    (1) give manufacturer

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this mic for a year in home studio (recording vocals on file. Wav or. Mid).
    The particularity of this microphone is the quality of return and tolerance. Other quality even with Cables "house" there is no hum like some Shure microphones. Another advantage is a good sensitivity trs.
    Acquired for 600 Francs (Euro n'tait not yet officially under......
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    Vocal mic Sennheiser E 835
    Rponse in frquence: 40 Hz ..... 16 kHz (1)
    Principle: pressure gradient (1)
    Directivity: cardioid (1)
    Impdance nominal 1 kHz: 350 ohms (1)
    Impdance minimum load: 1 kOhm (1)
    Weight: 330 g (1)
    Comes with holster and clip without cable. cblage plan to XLR

    (1) give manufacturer

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this mic for a year in home studio (recording vocals on file. Wav or. Mid).
    The particularity of this microphone is the quality of return and tolerance. Other quality even with Cables "house" there is no hum like some Shure microphones. Another advantage is a good sensitivity trs.
    Acquired for 600 Francs (Euro n'tait not yet officially under way), excellent qualitprix. Small BMOL however, the cable is not supplied.
    If c'tait again I would resume the microphone for the equivalent in Shure, you must type in the Beta 58 worth over 200 Euros!
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  • Sennheiser e 835Publié le 08/10/03 à 06:56
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    Dynamic microphones singing & words
    in miking it works too

    It does much cash saturates pasca works well

    OVERALL OPINION

    6 months
    + clear sound on the sound-medium unpeut too serious but still happening.
    Good value for money.
    My choice afraid to stand on a higher model in the future.
    PS: a board that can give my version S is a source problem in the long run.
    interuptor close and on stage unintentionally by the singer does not do it.
  • Sennheiser e 835Publié le 03/05/04 à 03:50
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    Dynamic, oriented song. To be used primarily for live!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had a year or so ...
    Well, do not go around the bush ... I am by the MODEL, the mediums are too bcp put forward, the sound seems a bit ... so nazillard of ...
    I regret not having put a bit more in a 58 ...
    It is moderately sensitive to handling noise, and is quite enjoyable to the touch (important for the singer, even when, of the same it is not too heavy).
    Try it, but ...
  • Sennheiser e 835Publié le 07/05/04 à 09:43
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    Micro dynammique for voice. I sometimes used for other applications (clarinet), but the result is frankly mdiocre but for that price the quality is acceptable +

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been more than two years that I use and I'm really pleased for the voice. Which is a shame to live is that I find really sensitive to handling noise, and the "p" (which many people acknowledge no vocal technique had this pb). The micro microwave is still a robust quality.
  • Sennheiser e 835Publié le 07/07/04 à 12:19
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    Dynamic microphone. Good for singing, percussion instruments or loud noise nivveau such as brass.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Trs good value quality made. Another German brand microphone is excellent. It is as good as or better than the SM57 and 58. It accurately reproduces the sound and the grain of the voice. Trs good micro whatsoever for scne or home studio.
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