Clip-on microphone Sennheiser Freeport Series (entry level)
Common receptor in the range Freeport, very well designed.
Transmitter plastic bag. Seems quite fragile, but his work done properly.
Access to the battery is correct. The LED indicator would have benefited from a little brighter, and switch on / off to be flat to avoid accidental switching. But I quibble ...
Note that the bodypack transmitter allows (through a cable Jack 6.35 - Jack 3.5 and activating the switch "MIC / INST" to "INST") to make an RF transmitter for guitar or bass to high quality .
Excellent material for this award.
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klopin69's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
<img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_biggrin.gif" alt="biggrin" /> Sennheiser has the real cheap!
The capsule ME2 is the same as the EW series.
Outside it passes nickel.
If you are lucky enough to have kit that work on both frequency ranges, have proposed can work with a kit simultaneously!
However, beware of cables and adapters in the usual range Sennheiser they are not compatible with the freeport handheld transmitter! (Cl1-Cl2 or No)
the minijack freeport takes the signal on the tip of uniquemant minijack, and the mass on the rings, which is not true of other cables "hack" for sennheiser ew series. cons by the headset microphone works great nickel! HSP2 type, HSP 4, résulatat is amazing! even if it's weird to plug a microphone on a portable hf 3 times cheaper, but miking the sensor is not important?
A + musically