Sennheiser E 965

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True Condenser Vocal Microphone

  • Supercardioid/cardioid switchable
  • Switchable low-cut
  • Switchable -10dB pad
  • Black housing
  • Frequency response 40 - 20000 Hz
  • Impedance 50 ohms
  • Maximum sound pressure level 142 dB (at 1 kHz)
  • Dimensions 48 x 199 mm
  • Weight 396 g
  • Incl. instruction manual, clamp and bag
Available since November 2008
Item number 207769
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
On/Off Switch No
Polar Pattern Cardioid
Colour Blue
Lo Cut No
Pad No
Diameter 48 mm
Length 199 mm
Weight 396 g
Frequency range from 40 Hz
Frequency range to 20 kHz
Microphone Mount 1
Bag 1
Windscreen optional available 127962
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Very good vocal mic for the price
NouxVox 21.09.2021
Such a nice sound and has a lot of configuration options so should work well for many different kinds of singers and genres. With the price coming down a fair bit over the last year or so, you get more than you pay for in my opinion.

The only better live condenser I've hear would be the DPA de:facto, which has a slightly better feedback rejection and off-axis response, which are of course important factors for a live vocal condenser when there's a loud drummer behind the singer for example.

It's a great buy!
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A True Sennheiser Condenser Sound
Voodoo-Dete 01.12.2020
A truly remarkable Mic by Sennheiser. Huge Fat and Profound bottom end that is very clearly defined and tight and never Boomy or Muddy. Sennheiser has done it once again.
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Very nice mic
Anonymous 20.01.2017
Buy but try before. This was actually my first condenser mic. Many years I lived with the impression that the sound was not so good. However, at one time some girl vocalist came to one of our live gigs and her microphone was of dubious quality. I think it was a Shure SM58 rip off. I offered her this mic and was absolutely stunned. For her voice it was a prefect match. For my voice... not so much. So try it on as it is not a cheap mic.
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Sennheiser E 965
Anonymous 03.01.2015
I have only used this mic for home recording, so I don't know how well it does on a live setting.
For the purpose I bought it, it's very good. It doesn't pick up too much ambient noise for a condenser mic, but you still get the "condenser sound", if that makes any sense.
You got to watch out for the proximity effect though, because it can get a bit boxy in some cases.
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