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Features
Sound
Quality

Overall great mic

Not a surprise, it's known as a great microphone.

It's extremely versatile, you can use it an a lot of instruments. Mostly I use them on a electric guitar, where it's perfect. But I also tried them on snare, brass instruments,...

Pros: - small

- well built

- 3 way-switch (flat, low cut, high cut)

- price

- brand

Cons: - there are really no any I should mention here (nothing objective, only subjective)

If you are looking for a well built, good sounding, quality microphone to use it any concert, any weather condition, I recommend buying the Sennheiser E906. Worth the money!

Other official specs:

Dimensions

55 x 34 x 134 mm

Connector

XLR-3

Frequency response

40 - 18000 Hz

Weight

140 g

Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz)

2,2 mV/Pa

Nominal impedance

350 Ω

Min. terminating impedance

1000 Ω

The only thing, that might be confusing (or maybe only for dumb-asses like me) is the grill orientation. One side of the grill has the logo on it, and the other is black and it says "FRONT" under it. Don't confuse that with the overall orientation - front refers to the front of the mic membrane and the front should be oriented towards the speaker or other sound source! :D