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Sennheiser evolution e914 Condenser Instrument Microphone
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The Sennheiser evolution e914 is a high-grade condenser microphone you can turn to for the most challenging applications: miking acoustic guitars, cy...Read More
The Sennheiser evolution e914 is a high-grade condenser microphone you can turn to for the most challenging applications: miking acoustic guitars, cymbals, percussion, and grand pianos. It also serves well as an overhead orchestra mic. Its outstanding sound quality and impressive performance specs qualify the e914 for ambitious recordings and live performances that require a sophisticated microphone. A 3-position sensitivity switch and 3-position bass roll-off/cutoff switch give it great flexibility. which is further enhanced by an optional interchangeable capsule.
Requires phantom power.
From the award-winning e900 series--a great mic for acoustic instruments, grand piano, cymbals, percussion and more.
- Exceptionally lively, clear sound
- 3-position sensitivity switch
- 3-position bass roll-off/cutoff switch
- Very high sound pressure handling capability
- Exchangeable microphone capsule (optional)
- Includes microphone clamp, windscreen, and pouch
You will use it often. Order the e914 today.
evolution e914 Condenser Instrument Microphone
- Pick-up pattern: cardioid
- Frequency response: 20Hz - 20kHz
- Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz): 7 mV/Pa
- Equivalent noise level: 19 dB(A)
- Attenuation: 0, -10, -20dB
- Max. sound pressure level: 137, 147, 157dB
- Nominal impedance: 100 ohm
- Min. terminating impedance: 1000 ohm
- Dimensions: 9/10" x 6-1/5" Weight: 1/2 lb.
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Comments about Sennheiser evolution e914 Condenser Instrument Microphone:
I bought 4 of these, two weeks ago. Great mic. One of the best condensers I've bought and well worth it. I use two of them to mic the upright piano at my church. Previously I had been using the Shure SM81 which is a very good mic as well. But the e914 had more presence. To me the Shure SM81 is better for cymbals, percussion, etc. Also the e914 is better for acoustic guitar, it's less boomy than the SM81. Plus, the 3-position sensitivity switch is fantastic, it will certainly come in handy down the road.I gave it a 5 for features for this. Overall it isa great investment for me. Still, like the SM81 but for other things.