|商品尺寸||26.42 x 11.43 x 7.62 cm; 330 克|
Sennheiser 森海塞尔 动圈式麦克风 心型指向 适用于语音 e935
ゼンハイザー ダイナミックマイクロホン カーディオイド/ボーカル向け e 935【国内正規品】
- 频率特性 : 40 - 18,000 Hz
- 开路灵敏度:2.8 mV / Pa +- 1 dB (自由音场、无负载、1KHz)
- 周波数特性 : 40 - 18,000 Hz
- 開回路感度 : 2.8 mV / Pa +- 1 dB (自由音場、無負荷、1KHz)
- 公称インピーダンス : 350 Ohm
The most trusted professional microphones in the world. Photo:Cindy Clark of Earthsleep.
At Sennheiser, we are on the pursuit of perfect sound. This is the aim and ambition of every single person working here. The quest for perfect sound focuses us on the dreams and needs of our customers all around the globe. Through our products and our ideas, we give them a unique sound experience or help them to create pristine sound for their audiences. We have done this for 70 years, and we are not ready to stop.
Evolution 900 Series
German Engineered – for demanding, uncompromising professional use.
Sennheiser’s renowned e900 series delivers uncompromising results for the demanding professional. Featuring highly specialized vocal and instrument microphones, the e900 series delivers finely calibrated, natural sound that’s defined, highly dynamic and rich in detail.
- Highly Dynamic
- Rich in Detail
- Easy to Use
|Microphone||Pre-Polarized Condenser||Dynamic||Dynamic||Dynamic||Pre-Polarized Condenser|
|Frequency Response||20 - 20000 Hz||40 - 16000 Hz||40 - 18000 Hz||40 - 18000 Hz||40 - 20000 Hz|
|Sensitivity||0.5 mV/Pa||0.2 mV/Pa at 1 kHz; 0.6 mV/Pa at 60 Hz||2 mV/Pa||2.2 mV/Pa||4 mV/Pa 0.56 mV/Pa|
|Dimensions||12.65 x 10.5 x 2.65 cm||12.85 x 6 cm||6.3 x 4.1 cm||5.5 x 3.4 x 13.4 cm||4.7 x 19.3 cm|
|Weight||19.4 Oz||15.5 Oz||4.4 Oz||4.9 Oz||11 Oz|
|Suggested Applications||Professional Live Sound, Studio & Stage: Kick Drums, Podiums, Altars, Stages, Pianos, Percussion and Conference Tables||Professional Live Sound, Studio & Stage: Kick Drums, Guitar Amp, Tuba, and other Bass Instruments for professional studio and stage||Professional Live Sound, Studio & Stage: Drums, Snares, Toms and Percussion||Professional Live Sound, Studio & Stage: Drums, Percussion, Brass Instruments, and Guitar Amplifiers||Professional Live Sound, Studio & Stage: Wind Instruments, Congas, Drums (with free-floating suspension)|
|Microphone||Pre-Polarized Condenser||Dynamic||Dynamic||Externally Polarized Dual Diaphragm AF Condenser|
|Pick-up pattern||Cardioid||Cardioid||Super-Cardioid||Cardioid or Super-Cardioid (switchable)|
|Frequency Response||20 - 20000 Hz||40 - 18000 Hz||40 - 18000 Hz||40 – 20000 Hz|
|Sensitivity||7 mV/Pa||2,8mV/Pa = -51dB||2.0 mV/Pa = –54 dB||7 mV/Pa (2.3 mV/Pa)|
|Phantom Power||1000 Ω||1000 Ω||1000 Ω||1000 Ω|
|Dimensions||2.4 x 15.7 cm||4.7 x 15.1 cm||4.7 x 18.6 cm||4.8 x 19.9 cm|
|Weight||7 Oz||12.5 Oz||12.9 Oz||14 Oz|
|Suggested Applications||Professional Live Sound & Studio: Acoustic Guitars, Cymbals, Percussion, Overhead, Brass||Professional Vocal Applications: Live Stage, Sound & Recording||Professional Vocal Applications: Lead Vocals, Live Stage, Presentations, Sound & Recording||Professional Vocal Applications: Lead Vocals, Professional Studio, Live Sound, Jazz, Opera|
Ok, so now that you understand the situation, I need to say that I bought just one of those seinheiser. I wanted to try it and replace the old EV 967 I believe is their number that we had. We loved the EV. We put them through the Bose L2 system. It has a tune controller. That little controller helps a lot to define the hardware you plug into it. That was for the EV. So I tried the Seinheiser. It shines through it. It is so clear, so vibrant, so accurate. We are studying blending, dynamics, articulations, harmonies. We can hear everything. The Seinheiser project every little details. So, I bought 3 more of the Seinheiser e935. One on the drums, one on the bass, one on the guitar and one on the keyboard. They are all adjusted the same: same volume, same eq, same trim, same reverb. We love them.
Also, they are heavy. They feel like good craftsmanship. My children are careful with the gear in general, but, still, they’re kids, and adult size, and clumsy. Those microphone haven’t moved. They stay with the same qualities. They’ve been dropped, bumped, slapped a few times. They’re still going strong. We do three rehearsal per week. It has been a blast, these Seinheiser have helped a lot. It forces to be aware of what we sing. No muddy sound here. Just plain music when we can manage it.
This mic is absolutely amazing. It beats the SM58 easily and even sounds clearer and better than the Beta 58A (which I think is a better vocal mic than the SM58). The Sennheiser e935 nearly sounds as good as my Rode large-frame condenser and yet is more focused (unidirectional) and doesn't require phantom power or a pop filter).
The key with the Sennheiser e935 is that it doesn't sound as dark or muddy as the Shures. The Sennheiser e935 is so clear that you hear so much more detail. Excellent frequency response too. Highs and lows both sound good, and it feels flat and balanced.
I'm really stunned with how good this mic sounds. I will keep the Shure SM57 for some drum and instrument work, but the Sennheiser e935 is hands-down my new favorite mic. Wow, just wow!