1. Brand Spotlight: Sennheiser Microphones

    Brand Spotlight: Sennheiser Microphones
      Sennheiser is one of the biggest mic manufacturers in the world. And for good reason -- they are responsible for some of the best microphones around. From professionals on the big stage to the weekend warriors at the local clubs, Sennheiser microphones are built for the hardworking musician. Below, we take a look at a few of our favorite mics from the guys over at Sennheiser. Continue reading →
  2. Sennheiser e945 Dynamic Mic Review

    Sennheiser e945 Dynamic Mic Review
      A few months back, I took the Sennheiser e935 dynamic vocal mic for a spin and definitely came away impressed. All in all, it was a great all-around mic and a standout piece of gear in a market crowded with quality stage mics. Compared to the Shure SM58, the e935 offers much more definition and clarity, not to mention an overall smoother feel. This means that it will show off a much truer representation of your natural voice (the good and the bad). With that in mind, I got curious about it's bigger brother, the e945. While they share many of the same specs, the e945 is definitely a different type of mic. Continue reading →
  3. Why The Sennheiser e609 Silver Is A Great Guitar Cab Mic

    Why The Sennheiser e609 Silver Is A Great Guitar Cab Mic
    The Sennheiser e609 Silver Dynamic Microphone is well regarded as a great guitar cab mic, and for good reason. Like Sennheiser created the mic with guitar amplifiers and other loud sound sources in mind. Sennheiser isn't the only one, though. As we took a look the Introduction To Microphones article, there are various types of mics that are made to work with certain applications. But did you ever stop to think, what is it about a particular microphone that makes it work so well on certain sound sources? Is it the microphone's polar pattern? Or maybe RFI rejection? We take a quick look at the e609 Silver to find out exactly why it works so well with guitar speakers in particular.   Continue reading →
  4. Sennheiser e935 Dynamic Vocal Microphone Review

    Sennheiser e935 Dynamic Vocal Microphone Review
    The e935 is a cardioid vocal microphone specially designed for the rigors of touring and performing under pressure. At $169.95, Sennheiser's mic is targeting the working musician demographic, the same crowded field ruled by the well-known Shure SM58 microphone. And while there are many similarities between this and a lot of other standard vocal stage microphones, the e935 is a mic all its own, especially when it comes to the important subtleties of its sound reproduction. Read on to find out just how well the Sennheiser e935 stacks up against the competition.   Continue reading →
  5. Sennheiser e906 Dynamic Instrument Microphone Review

    Sennheiser e906 Dynamic Instrument Microphone Review
    The Sennheiser e906 is an affordable, supercardioid dynamic microphone tracing its ancestry back to the well-regarded, and now pricey, MD409. While it might not match its predecessor on every aspect, it comes with very useful added features and plenty of sonic potential – not to mention a much slimmer price tag. Other Sennheiser mics aside, the e906 has plenty of competition among the crowded instrument mic market. Today, we're taking a closer look at the e906 to see just how much value and quality Sennheiser managed to pack in this little mic.   Continue reading →

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