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Sennheiser E835 S


Dynamic microphone

  • Cardioid polar pattern
  • Frequency range 40 - 16,000 Hz
  • Impedance 350 Ohm
  • Switch
  • Dimensions: Ø 48 x 180 mm
  • Weight 330 g
  • Incl. Clamp and bag
  • Suited to vocals and percussion
Available since November 1999
Item number 128300
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
On/Off Switch Yes
Polar Pattern Cardioid
Colour Grey
Cable no
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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325 Reviews

Great mic for live performance
Anonymous 29.07.2014
I had been using an SM58 for the last few years, having been told they were the best. However, I always had problems using the SM58, having to keep the volume lowered to avoid feedback and the need to shout rather than sing into it. I was fed up and desperate so searched online and discovered the Sennheiser E835s. Other bandmates discouraged me from buying it as they said it couldn't be any good at that low price...However - I ignored them and purchased this mic. Oh my gosh what a difference this has made to my stage performance. I cannot begin to tell you how happy I am! I can have the volume increased with no feedback, just fabulous clear tones without having to overstretch my vocals and no screaming into the mic. Now I can just sing and my voice is heard. Fabulous. What else can I say? Oh, the mic itself is lovely to handle, has a good strong weight, sturdy design and even comes with a little pouch. The bundle from Thomann was an absolutely amazing deal (inc mic stand - good as a spare - and a lead). I highly recommend this mic if you, like me, struggle with the SM58. I think SM58s are great for bassy voices but they don't suit all vocal types. Now I can go on stage feeling stress-free. Love it!


A wonderful value-for-money microphone!
David L. 519 01.02.2014
I bought this microphone about 2 years ago. I needed a cheap yet effective microphone and with this microphone I struck gold!

I have used it or everything from vocals to guitar,bass, and drums! I've used it on everyone of my recordings since I got it and it has never yet me down. Not once has it cut off and given me any grief. I currently use it as my vocal microphone as a backing singer in a band and I'm always told how my vocals are very clear, even compared to our lead vocalist who uses an "industry standard" microphone.

This microphone is built like a tank and despite my butter fingers it hasn't eve chipped the paint! If you're thinking of buying this microphone I guarantee you that you will not buy twice, unless you want another one to add to your arsenal!


Sennheiser E835 S...
Joel8437 13.06.2016
The E835 is a dynamic mic with a cardioid polar pattern & has a Frequency range between 40 - 16,000 Hz.

feels solid & nice weight in the hand

I bought this E835 S to replace my last one, which i had for years.
I didn't replace it cause anything went wrong, but because it went 'missing'.
i went for the same again because i totally rate it & it never let me down before.
I use it mainly for vocals, live & studio, & I've used it to good effect to mic up guitar amps when short of mic options.

It is often compared to the Shure SM58 equivalent, & it divides opinion, but to my ear i prefer the E835.
trying both alongside each other i found that the E835 needed less gain/volume, & overall had better clarity of tone.
on saying that, the singer of the band i was working for, didn't like it, & preferred to use the SM58, so i guess you should compare.

it has a rugged build & a great sound reproduction.
i can't think of anything negative to say about this mic

i would definitely recommend this mike to anyone looking for a good, inexpensive dynamic mic.


Nice low-voice stage mic
Gegenbeispiel 17.12.2018
I sing btw Bb1and Ab4, do a lot of scat and this is a really nice mic for bebop and scat. It has a nice, quite level frequency response down to around Ab1. It's good on ballads too (I transpose most ballads down by as much as a 4th). Colleagues who sing higher seem OK with it, too. It responds quite well to fast pitch and dynamics changes and matches OK with many keyboard and bass 2nd inputs. It offers quite good off-axis rejection, although you do sometimes get feedback.

Overall, I am happier with it than using an SM58 and asking the sound eng. to reduce the midrange pots by 5db (to flatten its frequency response).


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