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Sennheiser E835

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Dynamic Microphones

  • Suitable for e.g. vocals and percussion
  • Polar pattern: cardioid
  • Frequency range: 40 - 16,000 Hz
  • Impedance: 350 Ohm
  • Without switch
  • DImensions: Ø 48 x 180 mm
  • Weight: 330 g
  • Incl. clamp and bag
On/Off Switch No
Polar Pattern Cardioid
available since May 2015
Item number 363450
Color Grey
Diameter 48 mm
Length 180 mm
Weight 330 g
Frequenzy Range from 40 Hz
Frequenzy Range to 16 kHz
Clamp 1
Bag 1
Windscreen optional available 127962
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Excellent pro Vocal Mic
paulo1964 20.12.2019
Having worked in M.I. retail for years, I buy on quality and features rather than brand names. When I discovered JTS mics over ten years ago I was able to a/b the SM58 and the beta 58 with the JTS version which was better than the sm58 on sound and almost as good as the beta for much less money.Only after 10 years that mic died and I needed another. Havong done the research I was looking at this, its slightly dearer big brother or a Midnight Blues from AKG. Taking all specs, prices and reviews into consideration I chose this 835.
Wow! Even though I am used to a decent mic, this astounded me with its clarity, crispness and feedback repulsion. Its heavy, which is a good sign and looks sleek and smooth.
The cover was a bit cheap looking so I transferred it to a padded cover I aready have. It came with its own mic clip which was good.
I'm not sure how the 845 could be better tbh but I'm more than happy with this.
For reference I am using it for backing vocals and occasional lead vocal; going through a Mackie PA; I have a low-ish male voice but sing some hgh harmonies and we play mainly 60s-80s rock and roll and ballads, so it may or may not suit other genres as well.
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Herms 23.05.2020
I bought this to try out as a possible alternative to my Shure Beta-58 A's. I'm really happy with the sound of my 58s, I know them well, but they are a very warm sounding mic that needs some EQ work to be done to make them sound crystal clear. The E835 is exactly what I hoped for out of the box. There is a baked in EQ of some low cut and some treble & presence lift. Used for vocals, this mic just cut through the mix before I applied any EQ at its first gig. The singer's voice was really clear and words were nicely defined, definitely not getting lost/muddy in the FOH mix, and awesome in monitors and IEMs. Feedback at decent volume was rejected well too. I'll be buying a couple more of these soon.
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What is not to like?
TheBernieLean 19.01.2020
We use serveral E835's in the band.
They are robust and in my opinion just a tad nicer sounding than the SM58's you hear and see everywhere. I think especially male vocals benefit from the little extra clarity they give. And they might be a bit cheaper?
They come with a zipper bag with a little padding and a mic holder to screw on the mic pole. I would buy an E385 again without hesitation.

The 4 stars on sound is only because I think serious lead singers should opt for a E945 or somesuch (they shouldn't settle for an SM58 either).
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Why Shure?
Skiver 04.12.2015
My band decided to try a non standard mic instead of the obvious Shure's. We have a few Shure's in the band and thought we'd have a change and give the Sennheiser E835 that we'd heard about ago.
Well, surprise, surprise! We think it is as good if not a bit more brighter and hotter going through the desk than the Shure's. Let's not forget that the Sennheiser is also cheaper! The build is tank tough and screams quality. To end, these are a good cheaper replacement for the Shure's, time will tell how reliable they are compared to the Shure's.
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