Sennheiser e609 Silver Dynamic Instrument Microphone

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    Product Description

    Sennheiser e609 Silver Dynamic Instrument Microphone; Based on the legendary Sennheiser MD 409.
    Able to withstand high SPLs without distorting, the e609 Silver's flat-profile capsule allows extremely close miking of guitar cabinets and precise drum miking, particularly toms. The e609 Silver's super-cardioid design improves isolation while its increased output and wider frequency response improves performance. Its sound inlet basket, made of refined steel, is distinguished by a unique silver address side.

    Sennheiser Evolution e609 Silver Features

    • Metal construction - rugged and reliable
    • Super-cardioid pick-up pattern provides isolation from other on-stage signals
    • Hum compensating coil reduces electrical interference
    • Neodynum ferrous magnet with boron keeps mic stable regardless of climate
    Sennheiser 10 Year Warranty

    Product Specifications
    Sennheiser Evolution e609 Silver Instrument Microphone Specifications
    • Pick-up pattern: Super-cardioid
    • Frequency response: 40-18,000 Hz
    • Sensitivity: 1.5 mV/Pa at 1 kHz, nominal
    • Nominal impedance: 350 Ohms
    • Minimum terminating impedance: 1 kOhm
    • Dimensions: 2.17 x 1.34 x 5.28 inches
    • Weight: 6.43 oz
    • Contact Pressure: 2.5 N
    • Weight: 9.2 oz (without cable)

    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  860-434-9190 Warranty:  2 Year; Evolution WIRED microphones: TEN (10) Years!!
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    Great Mic i use it to Mike my Marshall tone comes out true Even better than the old standby SM57
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