Review and keep Sennheiser's D1
Sennheiser is calling on bands and artists to trial and review its D1 wireless digital microphone systems.
Sennheiser is launching its “Test D1 and Only” campaign, encouraging artists and bands to trial and review its new evolution wireless D1 microphone systems, with reviewers able to keep their set for free. The opportunity is available to the 150 prospective testers that write to Sennheiser at www.sennheiser-d1.com with the best reasons for why they would love to take part.
Sennheiser’s evolution wireless D1 is a range of digital wireless microphone systems that lets bands go wireless the easy way. With systems for instruments or for vocals based around Sennheiser’s wide range of evolution microphone capsules, a band’s life is made simpler: transmitters and receivers automatically pair and select suitable transmission frequencies, while multiple D1 systems can automatically coordinate themselves.
To get involved as a tester, users need to register at www.sennheiser-d1.com, describe why they want to become a D1 product tester and choose their favorite system: a vocal set, headmic set, lavalier set or instrument set.
When chosen as an official product tester, the artist or band will receive the selected set within two weeks. They will then have four weeks to put their system through its paces and write a review of at least 100 words and add pictures, or shoot a creative review or test video of at least 30 seconds. All reviewers get to keep the set for free. If someone decides not to do a review, they can simply return the system.
The campaign runs from November 5th until January 31st, which is the deadline to register. During this time, it pays to stay in touch with Sennheiser via www.sennheiser-d1.com: every month, the company is raffling additional product prizes, such as the e835 stage microphone, HD 25 headphones or MK 4 studio microphone.
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