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Heil Sound PR 35 Dynamic Microphone

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The Heil Sound PR 35 is an incredibly versatile vocal mic. It has an amazing amount of rear rejection but exhibits no off-axis coloration, so it is l...Click To Read More About This Product

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    A cardioid that thinks it's an omni.

    The Heil Sound PR 35 is an incredibly versatile vocal mic. It has an amazing amount of rear rejection but exhibits no off-axis coloration, so it is like having a supercardioid and omni mic in one! It works well for commercial broadcast, recording, and live sound reinforcement applications. When you need a smooth, flat response over a wide frequency range the Heil PR 35 is your mic. The PR 35 was designed around the acclaimed PR 30 element and incorporates a sorbothane shock mount to give you the best possible results.

    The PR 35 mic achieves its exceptional performance by using a special magnet structure and a large aluminum 1-1/2" low-mass voice coil assembly. A carefully wound and placed hum bucking coil allows the Heil PR 35 to be placed near video monitors without unwanted hum or buzz. Special attention has been paid to the phasing plug assembly with equally placed ports that sense audio from behind the source. It then enters them out of phase, thus producing a very linear cardioid pattern. This reduces the proximity effect while achieving the extreme articulation across its smooth 40 Hz - 18 kHz frequency response. The Heil element can be used in extreme high sound pressure levels and is immune to overload conditions. It produces a beautifully smooth audio response without the inconvenience of phantom or outside DC powering.

    The PR 35 microphone is equipped with a low-cut roll-off switch to prevent low-end feedback loops from ever getting started.

    The Heil PR 35 mic's cardioid pattern offers the greatest rejection of unwanted audio at 180 off axis, which is directly behind the microphone; there is virtually no off-axis coloration.

    Supplied with a microphone clip that mounts to any 5/8" 27-thread mic stand. It also comes with a leatherette carrying case and wind screen.

    For amateur radio, a CC-1 XLR cable is required to interface with a transceiver.

    FEATURES
    7-2/3" long x 2" wide at mic vocal end and 1" wide at XLR-input end Largest dynamic element in a hand held microphone
    Wide frequency response
    Articulate natural mid range
    2-position roll-off switch
    Rubberized coating
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    Heil SoundPR 35 Dynamic Microphone
     
    4.8

    (based on 31 reviews)

    Ratings Distribution

    • 5 Stars

       

      (27)

    • 4 Stars

       

      (3)

    • 3 Stars

       

      (0)

    • 2 Stars

       

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    • 1 Stars

       

      (1)

    94%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Good audio (15)
    • Versatile (11)
    • Easy to use (9)
    • Durable (7)

    Cons

    No Cons

    Best Uses

    • Performances (14)
    • Home studio (7)
    • Professional recording (6)
    • Outdoor events / games (5)
    • Amateur recording (3)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Professional musician (12), Experienced (5)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    perfect for some

    I was super excited about getting this mic based on the reviews. i ordered a telefunken m80 as well, with the intention to send back the one i liked less. i also own...Read complete review

    I was super excited about getting this mic based on the reviews. i ordered a telefunken m80 as well, with the intention to send back the one i liked less. i also own a sm58. are people still talking about the sm58? you must be losing your hearing or something if you think the 58 sounds even close to competitive. the 58 doesn't even make my top 10. my first reaction on a side by side comparison (after getting the levels even) was literally "laughter." ok, im done talking about the 58. it gets to much attention already.

    Always remember, there is a different mic that works better for every singer.

    The pr35 is an epic mic but i want to point out some thing about is that could be undesirable for some. im not going to shower down arrogance and say im a great singer but i will say i have a very deep and thick voice. the pr35 is very good at adding depth. however, for my voice it sounds very obnoxious and over the top. it was very hard to corral the tone for any of the sound tecs i work with. the off axis noise rejection is a very notable thing about it too. the problem for me though is i move my head around a little bit when i sing cause I look down at my guitar neck here and there and it caused a slight fading effect. (Bad habit, I know). so basically, i simply did not love it for my voice. on the flip side, it sounded great for all of the women singers and soft spoken men i sing with. This thing is powerful and loud! If i could define this mic in 1 sentence, i would say " it brings Authority!". i only bring up my problems with the mic to help people with their mic decision. The pr35 is truly the perfect mic for some people... But not me... at all

    I have used tones of different stage mics in my quest to find "THE MIC". sm58s, a lot of ATs (including their top shelf stage condenser), some middle of the road EVs, Blue 300 (condenser), audix 0m5, the Telefunken m80 and basically any mic i could briefly get my hands on. admittedly i did not get a chance to try the sennhieser e935 or 45. i hear great things though. I really wanted to make a stage condenser work since the sound quality and sensitivity is so great on them. the problem is that in most settings you cant get them to rise above the noise and all the great things about them get lost in the mix.

    To wrap all this up, i LOVE the telefunken m80. im not gonna go into great detail about it since this review is about the heil sound. i will just say that it is by far my favorite out of everything I've tied or sampled in a live setting (again, for my voice).

    i hope this review help someone somewhere. vocals are to important to save 150$ on a mic and then turn around and spend thousands on guitars and peddles. be smart, get a great sounding mic... for your crowd, if not for yourself.

    VS

    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    feedback

    This mic is useless feeds back at very low volumes, I sent it in to have it check. they said there was nothing wrong with it. I told them to keep it.

    This mic is useless feeds back at very low volumes, I sent it in to have it check. they said there was nothing wrong with it. I told them to keep it.

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    (12 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    The best live vocal mic

    By Jack

    from LA, CA.

    About Me Professional Musician

    Pros

    • Clear Sound
    • Easy To Use
    • Versatile

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Events
      • Performances
      • Professional Recording

      Comments about Heil Sound PR 35 Dynamic Microphone:

      We always used Shure 58's for years. When my wife sat in at a friends gig the vocal mic was a Heil PR35. Her voice sounded so good! She came off the stage and said that she had to have that mic. We bought one the next day. What a difference! Don't believe me? Use the PR35 for a week and then during your gig unplug it and plug in a 58. Sorry to be brutal, but the 58 lacks so much tone-wise when compared to the PR35. So what if the 58's slightly AM radio-tone cuts through a loud band; the PR35 cuts through and sounds great, too. We've been taught to use 58's in most pro situations, but even I got a PR35 for myself because when singing with my wife her PR35 was making me and my trusty 58 sound bad compared to her. Our 58's are now in the garage.

      (9 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      This is an excellent mic!

      By Panda Paws

      from Victoria BC

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      Comments about Heil Sound PR 35 Dynamic Microphone:

      Great mic!
      I bought this mic about six months ago. I had been having difficulty with several vocalists. One female in particular who sings well, but all the mics I tried, Shure beta 58a, and others produced a pinched slightly edgy quality which was not audible at all when she sang without a mic. I tried a Blue Encore 200 and the pinched-edgy quality was gone, but there was a slight tonal shift which i didn't want. The Heil PR35 was the solution. Tonal balance correct, smooth, clean, powerful and no feedback. I have also used the mic on acoustic guitar and harmonica with excellent results.

      (8 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      perfect for some

      By FC

      from oregon

      About Me Professional Musician

      Pros

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Performances

          Comments about Heil Sound PR 35 Dynamic Microphone:

          I was super excited about getting this mic based on the reviews. i ordered a telefunken m80 as well, with the intention to send back the one i liked less. i also own a sm58. are people still talking about the sm58? you must be losing your hearing or something if you think the 58 sounds even close to competitive. the 58 doesn't even make my top 10. my first reaction on a side by side comparison (after getting the levels even) was literally "laughter." ok, im done talking about the 58. it gets to much attention already.

          Always remember, there is a different mic that works better for every singer.

          The pr35 is an epic mic but i want to point out some thing about is that could be undesirable for some. im not going to shower down arrogance and say im a great singer but i will say i have a very deep and thick voice. the pr35 is very good at adding depth. however, for my voice it sounds very obnoxious and over the top. it was very hard to corral the tone for any of the sound tecs i work with. the off axis noise rejection is a very notable thing about it too. the problem for me though is i move my head around a little bit when i sing cause I look down at my guitar neck here and there and it caused a slight fading effect. (Bad habit, I know). so basically, i simply did not love it for my voice. on the flip side, it sounded great for all of the women singers and soft spoken men i sing with. This thing is powerful and loud! If i could define this mic in 1 sentence, i would say " it brings Authority!". i only bring up my problems with the mic to help people with their mic decision. The pr35 is truly the perfect mic for some people... But not me... at all

          I have used tones of different stage mics in my quest to find "THE MIC". sm58s, a lot of ATs (including their top shelf stage condenser), some middle of the road EVs, Blue 300 (condenser), audix 0m5, the Telefunken m80 and basically any mic i could briefly get my hands on. admittedly i did not get a chance to try the sennhieser e935 or 45. i hear great things though. I really wanted to make a stage condenser work since the sound quality and sensitivity is so great on them. the problem is that in most settings you cant get them to rise above the noise and all the great things about them get lost in the mix.

          To wrap all this up, i LOVE the telefunken m80. im not gonna go into great detail about it since this review is about the heil sound. i will just say that it is by far my favorite out of everything I've tied or sampled in a live setting (again, for my voice).

          i hope this review help someone somewhere. vocals are to important to save 150$ on a mic and then turn around and spend thousands on guitars and peddles. be smart, get a great sounding mic... for your crowd, if not for yourself.

          (8 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Best I have used

          By MontanaDust

          from Montana

          Comments about Heil Sound PR 35 Dynamic Microphone:

          I have very seldom submitted a review on anything, but this mic deserves the best. I have a lower voice and sing alot of ballads. If the words don't make it to the crowd, it is no longer a ballad. I have used shure and peavey mics but never had the ablity to cut through the noise of the bar to do a low ballad. This mic changed my singing career! I have pulled countless songs back out of the drawer that I had givin up on ever singing in a crowded room ever again. It is great for the high tones as well. Very few feed back issues and very gig durable. GREAT MIC!

          (7 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Something Different

          By Jasacatu

          from Annapolis, MD

          About Me Professional Musician

          See all my reviews

          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

          • Clear Sound
          • Lightweight

          Cons

          • Requires LearningEQ

          Best Uses

          • Performances
          • Professional Recording

          Comments about Heil Sound PR 35 Dynamic Microphone:

          The PR 35 is very unique mic. The low frequency and output level are greater than most mics. I would suggest that you may need a mixer or preamp that has an adjustable gain sensitivity to avoid overdriving the input. I initially planned to use the PR 35 for live vocal performances, but now that I have some experience with it, I may also find applications in the studio on specific instruments.

          The abundance of gain caused my small venue live mixer to distort, so for live performances I will use this mic when I also need to carry a mic preamp to send to the board. Congruently, louder venues is where this mic comes into its own. I usually use a vocal condenser in more intimate settings, but on larger stages I was switching to a dynamic (the popular one) to remedy feedback and HF bleed problems. In comparison, the PR 35 is an even better solution once you get the EQ correct. For me, even at its most attenuated position, the LF roll off switch needs assistance for further LF attenuation. The PR 35 LF is THAT huge. After the LF EQ is nailed down the responsiveness of the mic seems to be near perfection. This includes in my experience, minimal proximity problems, very comfortable distance response, and dymamic response, exceptional off-axis balance, as well as excellent feedback rejection. Lastly, there is something interesting about this mic in the mid-range that make it a unique choice for live vocals.

          (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Great Go-To Microphone, Detailed Sound

          By hoovie87

          from Florida

          About Me Professional Musician

          See all my reviews

          Pros

          • Clear Sound
          • Durable
          • Easy To Use
          • Versatile

          Cons

          • Outside Coating Can Wear

          Best Uses

          • Bass amp
          • Electric Guitar
          • Events
          • Overheads
          • Performances
          • Snare
          • Vocals

          Comments about Heil Sound PR 35 Dynamic Microphone:

          I have been a professional audio engineer for about 8 years now (that option wasn't above). This Heil microphone is the most versatile, go-to microphone that I have ever used. The frequency response is smooth. The transient response and dynamics have a quality to it similar to a more expensive medium diaphragm condenser, and it has a consistent pickup pattern. The only down-side is that it does have a big bottom end if you are used to mics that cut off at 100Hz or more. Most other mics do. I use this microphone on vocals every week live. They also sound amazing on Bass guitar cabinets. It sounds exactly like the cabinet. I have also used these mics when I am not using them on vocals for snare, overheads, electric guitar cabinets, and more. They are always reliable and always sound great. You cannot beat this microphone for the price. I would say double the price to find a similar microphone to pick up the transient detail that this does. At the end of the day, one can EQ a microphone however it is needed to have the curve needed for a show, but what very few mics can do it capture the REAL sound and detail of a source, especially a vocal. If you want to hear the vocal cords, real texture, breath, dynamics, and even the saliva in their mouth, this is the microphone for you at this price point. This review is based on multiple sound systems, in particular Danley SH96 speakers and studio speakers for editing and recording. This is a well rounded mic on any system.

          (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          High-End Microphone Solution

          By Profdave

          from Kentucky

          About Me Professional Musician

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          Pros

          • Accurate Articulation
          • Clear Sound
          • Versatile

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Home Studio
            • Performances
            • Professional Recording

            Comments about Heil Sound PR 35 Dynamic Microphone:

            The Heil PR35 microphone certainly lives up to its billing and excellent reviews. Like many, I own an SM58 classic microphone and was generally satisfied, but got swept up in the hype surrounding the Heil PR series. The question was whether or not there would be a noticeable improvement in my live sound, namely vocals. With a simple side-by-side test with the SM58, it was immediately clear that the PR 35 had superior articulation, in addition to a higher output. After the simple comparison, it was apparent that the PR 35 requires some additional work to hone and fine tune for tonal preferences. As stated in other reviews, this microphone is unforgiving. It amplifies bad technique. All I can say is, it forces you to be more mindful of your singing. In its precision, at least in live sound, it delivers very satisfying results. I have only limiting recording experience with the PR35. I've simply tried it next to a Rode NT1 condenser. While the PR35 certainly sounded adequate, I preferred the NT1. In my view, the PR35 is excellent for live sound vocals. Best I've used. It lives up to its hype.

            (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            super hot with great definition

            By th

            from Holland, MI

            About Me Experienced

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            Comments about Heil Sound PR 35 Dynamic Microphone:

            takes some of the strain out of bringing your voice up or beyond the music while preserving subtle nuances of individual voice. a really nice mic.

            (6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            PR 35

            By Robert Demers

            from Pioneer Valley, Massachusetts

            Comments about Heil Sound PR 35 Dynamic Microphone:

            Takes a very average voice with a few rough edges and elevates to a softer place...........your audience will sense the difference...........money well spent

            (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            great mic

            By royd

            from Santa Barbara

            See all my reviews

            Comments about Heil Sound PR 35 Dynamic Microphone:

            this is a great sounding mic. It has the top end of a condensor with the added bottom end of a good dynamic.
            I produce a small concert series and we have one of these, a few other heils, an AKG 535, a few Shures, and a couple of other assorted mics. This is my go to mic for someone with a little thinness to their voice or anyone who wants a bit of added low end authority. Every performer who has used the PR35 has loved it. It sounds very similar to the AKG with a bit more bottom end. The down sides are that it is a bit more susceptible to handling noise and plosives than many of the better mics out there. For performers who hold the mic or who eat it I usually lean towards the AKG.

            (5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Heil pr35

            By Greg Donaldson

            from Nanaimo

            Comments about Heil Sound PR 35 Dynamic Microphone:

            As above . Gives the voice a bigness ,clarity, no backwash
            Gives a voice depth
            too early
            The best vocal mic I have used amazing value

            (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Hard Driving Bluegrass

            By Bear Hill Bluegrass

            from Moorefield, WV

            See all my reviews

            Comments about Heil Sound PR 35 Dynamic Microphone:

            Our typical microphone setup was with one or two Shure KSM27 studio condenser mics. These served our purpose for years until we plugged this new PR-35 into our system. The full, warm, strong vocals that came from this mic was unbelievable. The people in the audience commented that our voices had gotten clear and strong. Little did they know it was the new mic. You do not have to be right on top of this mic. It easily picks up local instruments like the acoustic guitar, mandolin, etc. It does the same job as the studio condensor mic without the feedback issues and unwanted noise.There are two small negative issues: The three position switch for the low cut is below the profile of the mic and hard to adjust. One must use a paper clip or similar object to move this switch. However, we found one click or center postion is perfect and it no longer needs to be moved. The other problem is the mic saddle. This mic is big with a rubber coating. It wants to slip out of the mic saddle. We found by wrapping a few turns of color coded electric tape on the small end, stops this problem.We just supplied the sound system for a four band festival and used this mic. Every band enjoyed the sound from this mic and the audience commented that it was the best sound they have ever heard at this festival.We will be ordering another PR-35. The condensors are out-the-door!

            (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Heil PR 35, the best live vox mic

            By final mix

            from northern michigan

            Comments about Heil Sound PR 35 Dynamic Microphone:

            All i can say is WOW! I am a small live sound co. and have all the standards and to be fair the standards are a lot less money than the PR-35. I have some friends with large sound companies and they were bragging about them so i bought one. Its not just the clear precise sound that blew me away, what i was not expecting was the feedback rejection in the wedges!! WAY better than by Beta's and others! Just did a 7 band hard rock festival with it and all i can say is i am buying more!

            (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            love this mic

            By Georgie

            from Florida

            About Me Professional Musician

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Clear Sound
            • Versatile

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Performances

              Comments about Heil Sound PR 35 Dynamic Microphone:

              This mic does everything Mr. Heil said that it would in his interview that I read. I am very pleased! You really can hit a higher octave without straining.

              (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Best Live Vocal Micrphone for the Money!

              By Greg - probablecause.com

              from Portland, OR

              About Me Professional Musician

              See all my reviews

              Pros

              • Clear Sound
              • Durable
              • Easy To Use
              • Versatile

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Amateur Recording
                • Events
                • Home Studio
                • Mobile DJ
                • Performances
                • Professional Recording

                Comments about Heil Sound PR 35 Dynamic Microphone:

                The Heil PR35 has superior rearward feedback rejection and compared to other mics I've used (Shure SM Beta 57 & 58) the clarity is vastly superior, even my audience members noticed.
                I now own 4 of the PR35 microphones. Every member of the vocal section in my band uses one in our live performances.
                I have used a PR35 in the studio and would put it up against other great 'studio only' mics. I have used one to mic an acoustic guitar - fabulous.
                I honestly believe you cannot buy a better microphone for twice the price.

                (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                I would by another

                By Dick

                from Buffalo NY

                About Me Experienced

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Clear Sound
                • Durable
                • Easy To Use
                • Versatile

                Cons

                • Nothing At This Time

                Best Uses

                • Performances

                Comments about Heil Sound PR 35 Dynamic Microphone:

                Have recommended this to the other band memebers and we are buying a couple more

                (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                Lives up to the hype

                By Anonymous

                from Undisclosed

                Comments about Heil Sound PR 35 Dynamic Microphone:

                Reviewed Mics for weeks and this was my final choice and i'm glad it was... it's more than i initially wanted to spend but I've been using a Shure Beta 58 and just wasn't happy with it's overall tone.. This mic rocks. I got it shipped two days before a show to a packed house.. I recieved 4-5 comments about how great the vocal sound quality was. It was worth the cost. You can get mics that are about 75% as good for half the money, but if you want to spend the money for the perfect mic to last you a lifetime.. BUY IT

                (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                Is it really a dynamic?

                By hoovie87

                from Florida

                See all my reviews

                Comments about Heil Sound PR 35 Dynamic Microphone:

                It's crazy that I've been comparing this microphone with condensers. The transient response for a moving coil microphone is prestine. When I first heard it, my reaction was, wow, this mic sounds powerful. The low end is just unreal. It is so clear and robust. The high end also has such clear aticulation, that you might think it's a condenser. It has as much output as a condenser as well. Typically, for my taste, on this mic, I roll of bass, and put a 10kHz high shelf on it to get some air. There's enough response up there to get it, too. It has a slight presense rise and will cut through any mix because of it. I've found that on some vocals, it is a bit harsh around 4-5kHz. But, not every mix sounds right with the same EQ. I just hit it down a little there if need be. This mic is endorsed by many big named bands and is becomming an awesome hit in the vocal mic industry. GET THESE NOW and sell your SM58's and their 30+ year old technology like I did. I've used this mic in a group of vocalists using beta 58s (3 vocalists). The other guy was on the PR-35. It was so clear you could barely hear the darn betas in the background. You will be smiling when you hear this microphone. My musicians all have loved it and love the coating on it as well. It's some sort of rubber coating.

                (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                4.0

                Everything else sounds like a TOY

                By Kova

                from San Diego, Ca

                About Me Professional Musician

                Pros

                • Clear Sound
                • Durable
                • Easy To Use

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Amateur Recording
                  • Home Studio
                  • Performances
                  • Professional Recording

                  Comments about Heil Sound PR 35 Dynamic Microphone:

                  As a full time professional singer sound is everything to me. I've tried just about every mic out there. Shure, Sennheiser, EV, Telefunken, Audix, Neumann and on and on... I won't be so egotistical to say everything else sucks because sound is subjective. What sounds average or mediocre to me sounds amazing to someone else.

                  The Heil stands apart for two big reasons. It physically has a much larger diaphragm than just about any other hand held mic out there so from the simple laws of physics, it's louder and fuller. The other reason is that it's very flat and gives a true representation of your voice rather than a "version" of your voice. I'll be completely honest and say that I wish the PR35 sounded more like a "dynamic" mic with some "sizzle" on it, but it's nothing a little bit of EQing can't fix. It's a very flat mic which either you'll love or hate. Personally, I've come to really appreciate how amazing this mic sounds after using for 2 years and occasionally trying something else every couple of months only to say "God that sounds like junk" and wanting to plug my Heil back in right away.

                  I'm trying to give a really objective review because sound is subjective but the bottom line is that the Heil makes everything else sound like a toy and not a serious piece of pro audio gear. If this mic is good enough for Stevie Wonder and Carrie Underwood, then it's definitely good enough for me. Those two people can you use ANY mic on the planet and they choose the PR35.

                  (1 of 24 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  1.0

                  feedback

                  By Davetube2

                  from Texas

                  About Me Professional Musician

                  Pros

                  • Clear Sound

                  Cons

                  • Unreliable

                  Best Uses

                    Comments about Heil Sound PR 35 Dynamic Microphone:

                    This mic is useless feeds back at very low volumes, I sent it in to have it check. they said there was nothing wrong with it. I told them to keep it.

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