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Item Reviews for: Sennheiser e945 Dynamic Vocal Microphone  -  SEN E945 LIST

Cuts throught the Mix As I had Hoped!
By: Rick from Southern California      Submitted: 6/13/2013

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General Your general opinion of this product. I have been using a Shure SM58 for many years and it was starting to degrade in performance. I started to research a new mic and decided on the E945. It was worth the extra money I spent too. I am now able to hear myself better than expected with the other singers and it cuts through the monitor mix very well. Quality Would you consider this product to be made well? How dependable? It is a rock solid mic and will last for many years. Ease of Use How easy is this product to use? How easy is the product to use with other products? Did it take long for you to learn to use this product? Was the manual helpful? How playable do you consider this product to be? Set up was simple, like any other XLR connected mic. Tweeked the eq and volume at the board, and I was ready to go.
One of the best stage vocal mics ever.
By: from , anonmyous56987      Submitted: 3/12/2012

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Quality Would you consider this product to be made well? How dependable? Features What do you consider to be the best features of this product? What features would you add to this product if you could? Ease of Use How easy is this product to use? How easy is the product to use with other products? Did it take long for you to learn to use this product? Was the manual helpful? How playable do you consider this product to be? The only thing different about using a super-cardiod or hyper-cardiod mic is getting used to the working distance. If you're accustomed to keeping the mic in contact with your lips then no problem, but if you tip away from the mic on particular notes or when belting then it's possible to go too far and lose signal. No problem - just get used to the working distance. Sound How is the tone? I still don't have one of these yet because of the number of other great mics I have, but it's been on my shopping list from the first time I tried one. The other mics I have and use are Sennheiser 845, Audio Technica AE6100 and Heil PR-35, all of which are excellent mics, especially the two latter models. My second experience with the Sennheiser 945 was in a sound booth alongside the Telefunken M80, Heil PR-35, Shure Beta 58, Audio Technica AE6100 and Sennheiser 845. The Beta 58 and 845 were immediately returned to the showcase as completely outclassed, even though I use an 845 occasionally depending on venue. The 845 still works so much better for me than a 58, but one comparison with the 945 and it was over. I still love my AE6100 and PR-35 (especially for quieter music where breath and delicacy of response matters), but by this time next year I believe I'll no longer have the 845, as it, and possibly the rest of my mics will have been replaced by 945's.
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