sE Electronics Z3300a

sE Electronics Z3300a

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Z3300a, Large diaphragm condenser microphone from sE Electronics.

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sE Electronics Z3300a tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: sE Electronics
  • Model: Z3300a
  • Category: Large diaphragm condenser microphones
  • Added in our database on: 07/09/2004

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sE Electronics Z3300a user reviews

Average Score:3.8( 3.8/5 based on 9 reviews )
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 1 user review11 %
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yoTrakkz's review"good for vocals"

sE Electronics Z3300a
We have used the SE Electronics Z3300 A microphone several times over the last few years and liked it so much. But not long after we started using it I purchased the PR35 wireless head to replaced my Shure 87A head on my wireless. I sold my Neumann KMS 105; which is a very good high qualify condenser microphone. This is what I now sing with. I'm a high tenor, I sing 3 full octaves. The SE Electronics Z3300 A is the first microphone that allows me to clearly hear by whole voice when singing. Whether you're a singer or a screamer, if you enjoy singing this is the mic for you. I had a couple of questions, so I emailed Bob Heil at Heil Sound and he answered my questions personally. See if you can do that with the other Microphone manufacturers.

With the gain turned up there was a crispness and high-end attack that seemed to help me find my voice i knew this was the path i should have followed took a dump on me. Started cutting out. knew it was time to invest in something that would allow me to articulate my sound. It also used 3 Polar pattern.


Overall, I am very glad we chose to use this mic for several recordings, it has made our mixes sound great without a lot of effort on the engineer’s part and its been a joy to use every chance i get now. The low end cut off switch is an interesting addition. The band I am in had been smiling as well I have clarity texturing. So when I soften the end characteristics of a lyrical to a soft vibrato. It all is present not lost in the mix. The mike cuts thru...and its true joy. Look if your after a sound. And singing is your thing. give this one a try

ZeDude33's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" A good first purchase."

sE Electronics Z3300a
Static FET microphone (- Field Effect in French - Field Effect Transistor)
Double capsule 1.07 "
Polarity omni, cardioid and figure-8.
Low cut at 100Hz
Electronics Z-series ultra-quiet
48VDC power supply

Universal Micro (vocals, piano, acoustic instruments, etc. ...)

I put 6 - Average


How long have you use it?
A year and a half singing mostly.
For making sound of acoustic instruments occasionally.

Have you tried many other models before buying it?
No this is my first condenser microphone.

What is the particular feature you like best and least?
The +:
- Ultra sensitive.
- Clear sound in the treble and bass too poorly defined.
- Great suspension with elastic parts.
- Silent rest.
The -:
- Heavy and bulky.
- The input range. It takes a string of flattering downstream processing to get something good.
- Do not cash large acoustic pressures.

How would you rate the quality / price?
Good quality / price ratio. Without further.
Very good for a first home purchase.

With experience, you do again this choice?
Before, yes for singing. Now much less.
I recently bought a Neumann TLM127 and there is no photo. This is the day and night. Neumann makes a SLAP, and not a little careful not slap, but a tamper pif.
That said, this is not the same budget.

I would use for overhead Z3300a instead or in addition.

I put 6 - Average

sergiolamenace's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Very good microphone but does not last"

sE Electronics Z3300a
Micro Voice mainly. Good sound quality.


After about four years of loyal service, the microphone started making noise. Note that this mic is made in China. I bought it under the advice of my dealer, and I regret my purchase now. 4 years of life for a microphone that is not correct I think. Some brands are guarantees to 10 years, not visibly SE electronics.
I am in contact with SE support but I will have to pay for repairs at my expense with shipments to the UK ... because I live in Switzerland.

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" This mic is not deaf :)"

sE Electronics Z3300a
Having worked at the former importer of the brand (Audioland), I knew quite well the range. Across all models, the noise footprint is. We like it or not. In any case, as with any mics, the Z3300A does not fit everyone in singing. The Se Electronics are not micro-neutral and do not produce a dull sound. The sound is brilliant. It may be aggressive if planted out some amps, but I like him in return in addition to SM57. If I need extra shine without going through an EQ, I add a little signal from the Z3300A, if I make a crossover needs. Briefly, after each of these methods of recovery, there are infinity. Regarding the presence of sound, I find that all microphones To make an interesting sound and workable, but a little lacking in presence, body and, in my humble opinion, probably requires more experience to the mix than other micro that provide a full and very present.


How long you use it? I bought it 6 months ago or so.

How would you rate the quality / price? very good

With experience, you do again this choice? Yes, but to complete my park (very small at the moment because I have a SM57, SM58 and Z3300A), my neighbor could be a Audio Technica, Shure or Neumann, these three brands ultimately remains to be defined model or models, because I do not sing myself, so everything will depend on the voice of the person with whom I would work.

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