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Sennheiser epack e 840

Microphone Package from Sennheiser belonging to the evolution 800 series.

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" It reproduces very well the sound of the harmonica"

Sennheiser epack e 840Published on 08/11/11 at 06:21
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The E 840 is a dynamic microphone. Its capsule is mounted on suspension to avoid handling noise. It has a compensation coil reduces sensitivity to stray magnetic fields.

Specifications:
Directivity
cardioid
Frequency Response
40 to 18,000 Hz
Sensitivity (free field, no load)
2 mV / Pa (1 kHz)
Impedance
350 ohms
Minimum load impedance
1 kilo ohms
Weight
330 g

OVERALL OPINION

I replaced my Shure 58 a year ago by the Sennheiser 840, because I find it better in sound. It reproduces very well the sound of the harmonica, he has a warm sound and it suits me very well for the stage. Also, I have not had any feedback problems with it is quiet and strong. ...
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The E 840 is a dynamic microphone. Its capsule is mounted on suspension to avoid handling noise. It has a compensation coil reduces sensitivity to stray magnetic fields.

Specifications:
Directivity
cardioid
Frequency Response
40 to 18,000 Hz
Sensitivity (free field, no load)
2 mV / Pa (1 kHz)
Impedance
350 ohms
Minimum load impedance
1 kilo ohms
Weight
330 g

OVERALL OPINION

I replaced my Shure 58 a year ago by the Sennheiser 840, because I find it better in sound. It reproduces very well the sound of the harmonica, he has a warm sound and it suits me very well for the stage. Also, I have not had any feedback problems with it is quiet and strong.
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Sennheiser epack e 840Published on 11/10/09 at 08:18
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Cardioid vocal microphone.

First the looks: pretty nice.
Robustness: very sturdy, heavy metal body (we feel we have a quality microphone in hand).

And its level, nothing to say, I use it to animate and also voice-overs, short micro versatile than I wanted.
The sound is very clear, an incredible fishing, and good voice reproduction.
I use it for 1 year has almost and I think I'll keep it for long.
I would love to try his rival: the Shure SM58 for that in my opinion will not poids.Mais you never know.

In any case for 100 €: A CASE.

I just put 10 because nothing has blamed
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Sennheiser
  • Model: epack e 840
  • Series: evolution 800
  • Category: Microphone Packages
  • Added in our database on: 11/30/2012

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Other names: epacke840, epack e840

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