Sennheiser E 902

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Dynamic bass drum microphone

  • Specially for bass drums, tubas, and other bass instruments
  • Polar pattern: Cardioid
  • Frequency range: 20 - 18,000 Hz
  • Impedance: 350 Ohm
  • Integrated stand adapter
  • Incl. bag
  • Dimensions: 128.5 x 60 mm
  • Weight: 440 g
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available since April 2005
Item number 179355
Polar Pattern Cardioid
$169
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All about the bass
Anonymous 03.06.2015
After using a set of Samson mics I decided it was time for an upgrade. Having been in a local recording studio which uses the E902 (among others) I had had some experience with the mic itself.
After connecting this up in my home studio the difference between my old and this is immense. The lack of spill it picks up and the clarity has made me want to use it over any other.
Using this on the reso head to the bass with the E901 inside gives a really nice balance between attack and bass resonance.
I would recommend this mic to anyone and everyone.
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Best kick mic
Anonymous 24.12.2015
This mic is amazing! like all of the Evolution series of mics from sennheiser. It's really precise if you use it has kick in and it will give a lot of body if you use it on the edge of the drum with a kick port.

It's smaller than a beta 52 and the mic tread is better than that from Shure as it's smaller but the XLR comes out of the back of the mic and not near the mic tread like on the 52.
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Low end is sweet
Sambodrumz 16.07.2020
Great mic for a affordable price.. Love the low end on the mic
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jmfo 13.02.2019
Best used for Rock or funk, well balanced sound if you need to use it for other music styles with a bit of EQ you can get to the needed sound.
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