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The Sennheiser ew 300 IEM G2 wireless in-ear personal monitor system is everything you need for professional in-ear monitoring in any context. It features the ew 300 IEM G2 rackmount transmitter, the ew 300 IEM G2 bodypack receiver, high-quality in-ear personal monitors, a power supply, and a rackmounting kit. The super-small, rugged easy-to-operate Sennheiser receiver can be switched from stereo to double mono so you can have the mix in one ear and your individual signal in the other. It is also protected against accidental activation or shut off and includes external contacts for charging with optional battery pack and charger. 9 frequency banks with 12 presets each mean you'll always easily find a clean channel. 1440 tunable UHF frequencies.
Sennheiser includes a wealth of flexible features with the ew 300 IEM G2: pilot tone squelch for eliminating RF interference, automatic frequency scan, switchable hi boost, backlit LCD on transmitter with color change for peak warning, headphone monitoring output on the transmitter, and 4-status battery display on the receiver.
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Reviewed by 11 customers
I just received mine yesterday, and it looks great. If they would've inlcuded the proper power supply in box, I could've even turned it on! I would expect better quality control from Sennheiser. I'm just glad I didn't open the box at a gig, or I'd have been without a monitor!
I've been using sennheiser/neuman products exclusively since about 2005 and have tried it all. The high end Shure gear comes close to the Sennheiser 300 series for much more money than this great deal! Sennheiser always impresses me with their features and reliability, I'd definitely go with a Sennheiser/Neuman rig over a lot of Shure's gear any day however both have their pros/cons. With this the ear buds are weak. I am an Ultimate Ears user/endorser and I've used all of the competition's gear and UE always comes out on top. I reccommend starting with the Triple-Fi from UE (Destributed by M-Audio) and moving up the the 7-Pro and 11 pro., the 10 Pro work well for vocalists too. At any rate I'd reccomend this product with some Ultimate Ears in ear monitors and you'll be set. Say no to wedges and save your ears! Other great Sennheiser products include their 900 series drum mics - the absolute best in their class - only second to the dual capsule Audio-technica kick drum mics. If one puts the E902 and the E901 (I believe) in the kicks, it'll be sounds of heaven. Not to mention the fact that their E835 and E838 are twice the quality of Shure's Beta 58 for less cash.All in all I'd reccomend their entire line.
I'm a Lead Vocalist who enjoys being mobile. The difficulties in moving around and being able to hear myself were immense. This Unit is nothing short of incredible. I can stand directly in front of a lead Guitarists rig or out in the parking lot and can still hear exactly where my vocals need to be without straining my voice. If your as active as I am you might want to replace the Earbuds. I have'nt as of yet but think I am going to. Thae more active I become, and sweat, the more likely they are to pop out of my ear. I'll never count on a , wedge monitoring, system again.
First... let me stress... upgrade the ear-buds. I thought the sound quality of the buds was ok, but they do not last long. 3 sets of buds stopped working within 2 months. They are not even close to the shure buds. I got the shure E3s and love em.Anyway... my band had mixed feelings on the in-ear system. I was all for trying it... but wasn't sure how I'd adapt. I think we were all extremely pleased even after the first nite with them. It took some experimenting over a few months time to figure out all the little tricks etc... but now... it is simply amazing. I can't imagine ever playing with floor wedges again.This system has some great features too. I especially love that you can have 2 separate channels - each with its own separate mix. I have been mixing the vox to one channel and the instruments to the other. That way... you can focus more on the vox or instruments as you please.Also... the body packs are a perfect size. They are not too large unlike the shure units. They are well constructed and road worthy to say the least. Battery life is pretty good too. I usually get 8-10 hours out of a pair of batteries... Sound quality is amazing. No interference at all. And it is crystal clear. You'll be amazed at how well you can hear yourself (and every little mistake... lol).If you have never used in-ear monitors... you have no idea what you're missing. Spend the extra money for this Sennheiser unit. It is worth it.
As a professional Worship leader, eliminating distraction is important during services. Having only floor monitors, it can be hard to hear the needed instruments for reference when singing. Using the ew300 G2 I spend more time hitting correct vocal pitch rather than trying to find my voice through loud stage volumes. When singing daily vocal strain is not an option. The ew300 G2 provides the ability for a perfect "sweet spot" no matter where I stand! Its a bit pricey given today?s technology but I highly recommend this set-up if you have the money.
Bought this unit about 6 months ago and have loved it since the moment I took it out of the box and tryed it out in my first gig. It pretty much comes set up right out of the box with just a little tweaking to get it to sound just right. The controls are really user friendly and the quality is crystal clear. I even like the earbuds that come with it even though finding replacement rubbers is difficult. Overall great unit for a great price I save my voice every night when I use it and overtime it will pay for itself.
For it's intended use, it's pretty amazing for an off-the-shelf kit. I use mine in "everyday" gigs in clubs, fairs, events, etc. Helps me hear everything, and keeps stage volume down. IEMs are a necessity for me, I feel; playing the drums there's already so much noise around me without those terrible floor wedges. For really serious pro use, like when I'm called to back-up big name artists, I trust only my custom-molded Garwood kit, but for everything else, these do just fine. Clear and articulate, they help me hear everything I need to at comfortable levels. I'm so spoiled now, with the affordability of this set-up I have two sets and even use them practicing by myself at my home music room. Good job, Sennheiser. A+ for effort, A for execution.
I mean if you wanna hear every little whispern all that goes in the mic no matter how hard your hardrock drummer beats his set! right in your ear man. Everything. Must have for pros cause at pro level we need to sound as good as possible and atleast in my field of rock volumelevels are very high, its hard to hear absolutely everything through the mix. But not anymore. So Get it! Ive tried the Shure 700 series among others but iem300 seems to beat them all in sound quality. Just get some extra earpieces if youre gonna use them much. And U are after youve tried them on.
I have used the Sennheiser EW 300 IEM G2 . I wish I would have purchased this unit earlier in my career. I would not have had any hearing loss as I do now from many years of abuse from Guitars and other loud noises. I did go to an audiologist and have custom ear molds made.
Simply the best purchase I have made for my LIVE set-up. If you have trouble with floor monitors and hearing yourself, the IEMs from Sennheiser is the answer.