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Sennheiser fp 35

Wireless system from Sennheiser belonging to the freePORT series

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Proanim' SevenProanim' Seven

Very good, simple and can cover up to 300ft without dropouts

Sennheiser fp 35Published on 12/06/14 at 07:32
Good mic, reliable, ideal for speeches, karoke, MCs.
The sound is all right (80-16000 hz), not too sensitive to feedback.
Vocals come through fine. It probably has a bump in the mids.

It has a switch at the bottom, but no mute, some handling noise, but using a mic stand solves that.
It makes a very good job ^^

Frequencies: 742.5 to 744.5 mhz (4 channels).

Ideal for conferences, live entertainment, karaoke, MCs.
A good entry-level mic with a more than decent price tag!

5 ***** for its sturdiness! It may fall but it won't break!

You can find it secondhand for about $130-$160. Today a new entry-level SENNHEISER mic costs about $300!…
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Good mic, reliable, ideal for speeches, karoke, MCs.
The sound is all right (80-16000 hz), not too sensitive to feedback.
Vocals come through fine. It probably has a bump in the mids.

It has a switch at the bottom, but no mute, some handling noise, but using a mic stand solves that.
It makes a very good job ^^

Frequencies: 742.5 to 744.5 mhz (4 channels).

Ideal for conferences, live entertainment, karaoke, MCs.
A good entry-level mic with a more than decent price tag!

5 ***** for its sturdiness! It may fall but it won't break!

You can find it secondhand for about $130-$160. Today a new entry-level SENNHEISER mic costs about $300!
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kdance90kdance90

Good mic, but ...?

Sennheiser fp 35Published on 02/03/13 at 05:32
How long have you been using it? Two years and one month.

It has broken down twice in two years, but it's no longer under guarantee.

And it's the exact same problem, but other than that it's a good mic. I don't like the power switch being at the bottom, it's not very handy. And I also don't like it's battery life...Batteries don't last more than one evening.

I wouldn't buy it again, for about $50 more I prefer a Shure - PG 24 E / PG 58 M10
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CpierredonCpierredon

Sennheiser fp 35Published on 02/02/09 at 05:04
I just bought this mic.
It's a beautiful microphone that feels nice in your hand. I use it to record conferences, for questions from the audience (in a cinema). I needed a microphone that didn't lost connection and I'm very satisfied: No dropouts in the entire cinema, which is about 100ft big approximately. You can tell the manufacturer's know-how.
In terms of sound, it is very nice on vocals. I don't need a windscreen to avoid pops. However, it does have lots of handling noise. Very good battery life (10 hours, according to the manufacturer, but I haven't checked it).
I've had some other mics that haven't satisfied me (due to unacceptable dropouts). Very good value for money, I'd...…
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I just bought this mic.
It's a beautiful microphone that feels nice in your hand. I use it to record conferences, for questions from the audience (in a cinema). I needed a microphone that didn't lost connection and I'm very satisfied: No dropouts in the entire cinema, which is about 100ft big approximately. You can tell the manufacturer's know-how.
In terms of sound, it is very nice on vocals. I don't need a windscreen to avoid pops. However, it does have lots of handling noise. Very good battery life (10 hours, according to the manufacturer, but I haven't checked it).
I've had some other mics that haven't satisfied me (due to unacceptable dropouts). Very good value for money, I'd certainly buy it again, like all Sennheiser products (I have several headphones that have all satisfied me, in accordance with their price).
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pulvoniumpulvonium

Excellent value for money

Sennheiser fp 35Published on 05/29/11 at 15:17
I bought it as a mic for presentations during shows.
I then tested it during a gig for backing vocals and the result surprised me, as well as he other members of the band.
It probably isn't the best for main vocals, but it's quite all right for backing vocals.
No dropouts even at 60 feet.
The mic's switch doesn't generate pops through the PA.
The receiver has two outputs (jack and XLR), a volume control, a Squelch control, and several LEDs (including a very useful Peak indicator).
The receiver is the same for the entire Freeport range.
I'll update my review later, but I think its features and sound clarity are amazing at this price point.
It comes with a (good quality) mic clip and...…
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I bought it as a mic for presentations during shows.
I then tested it during a gig for backing vocals and the result surprised me, as well as he other members of the band.
It probably isn't the best for main vocals, but it's quite all right for backing vocals.
No dropouts even at 60 feet.
The mic's switch doesn't generate pops through the PA.
The receiver has two outputs (jack and XLR), a volume control, a Squelch control, and several LEDs (including a very useful Peak indicator).
The receiver is the same for the entire Freeport range.
I'll update my review later, but I think its features and sound clarity are amazing at this price point.
It comes with a (good quality) mic clip and thread adapter.

Update from 2011: I confirm what the manual states: It lasts exactly 8 hours with any cheap batteries.
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  • Manufacturer: Sennheiser
  • Model: fp 35
  • Series: freePORT
  • Category: Wireless systems
  • Added in our database on: 10/31/2005

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Other names: fp35, free port fp35, freeportfp35, freeport fp 35

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