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Sennheiser ew135G2 E835 Cardioid Handheld Wireless System
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The Sennheiser ew135G2 E835 Cardioid Handheld Wireless System gives you peerless dropout-free signal reliability with complete freedom of movement up to 150 ft. Based around the EM100 rackmount receiver with two removable telescopic antennas, the wireless microphone system features the SKM100 G2 hand-held transmitter/cardioid mic, which delivers amazing vocal clarity and presence and provides all critical info on its LCD. Sennheiser wireless system strengths include eight banks of 4 preset channels, one bank of four user-selectable channels, current channel bank displays, increased bandwidth, channel and bank indicators, frequency indicators, 4-step battery status display, lock mode with indicator, pilot signal reception with indicator, AA battery operation or optional rechargeable cell on transmitters, mute with indicator, 7-step level display for received audio signal, 7-step level display for received RF signal, plus XLR and 1/4" outputs on receiver.
Consumer Alert:Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888-CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCCs wireless microphone website at: www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones.
- EM100 rackmount receiver
- 2 removable telescopic antennas
- SKM100 G2 hand-held transmitter/cardioid mic
- 8 banks of 4 preset channels
- One bank of 4 user-selectable channels
- Current channel bank displays
- Increased bandwidth
- Channel and bank indicators
- Frequency indicators
- 4-step battery status display
- Lock mode with indicator
- Pilot signal reception with indicator
- AA battery operation or optional rechargeable cell on transmitters
- Mute with indicator
- 7-step level display for received audio signal
- 7-step level display for received RF signal
- XLR and 1/4" outputs on receiver
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Most Liked Positive Review
Excellent lead vocal mike!
The Sennheiser EW 135 G2 E835 Cardioid Hand-Held Wireless System is an excellent value for a live performance, wireless mike. The proximity effect built into the mike allows you to use mike technique to...Read complete review
The Sennheiser EW 135 G2 E835 Cardioid Hand-Held Wireless System is an excellent value for a live performance, wireless mike. The proximity effect built into the mike allows you to use mike technique to adjust your own vocal volume without the loss of lows usually associated with pulling away from the mike. The mike allows lead vocalists to cut through the mix and captures all aspects of dynamic range for the human voice. The only drawbacks are the mids are especially hot and can cause feedback in the 125 range. Adjust your eq accordingly. Also, the proximity effect does cause the mike to pick up other stage sounds from fellow bandmates, which can be tricky when recording a live performance. Your mike will capture many of the other instruments when recording a live performance, and it is difficult to isolate just the vocal track. The new feature of a battery life indicator is great because wireless mikes can make nasty noises through the PA when the battery dies during a performance. I loved the previous edition of the Sennheiser wireless and with the new added features, this unit is even better. Buy it.
Most Liked Negative Review
CAN be very good; BUT...
This really can be a great quality wireless mic depending on your intended use. For speaking, this microphone is great. For most singing, this is a great microphone as well. All technical...Read complete review
This really can be a great quality wireless mic depending on your intended use. For speaking, this microphone is great. For most singing, this is a great microphone as well. All technical wireless aspects are very impressive as well - for the price, you get a great diversity receiver and exceptional range. It does have one flaw that is prohibitive in my case - the actual SPL of this mic (volume that it can handle from the sound source....) isn't that great. I personally have a loud, powerful voice... and I can not sing into this microphone without getting distortion. Try backing off a few inches, and you lose serious volume and quality before you lose the distortion. And for those of you thinking I need to set the pad on the mic, even set at max reduction (-30dB) the problem was still very prevalent. I've noticed this in both Sennheiser wireless mic's I've used - the much cheaper freePORT set, as well as this one. Perhaps it is something in the wireless electronics that can't process such a strong signal, but whatever it is... I won't be using this mic ever again. So basically, if the singer does not have a very powerful voice, or if it is to be used for speaking purposes, this is a great microphone. But if you have a singer with powerful vocals, look elsewhere - I've experimented tons with no luck. Wireless is nice, but NO microphone suitable for stage use, in my experience, can beat the Shure Beta 87a - the sound quality is unbelievable. Unless you HAVE to go wireless, I'd suggest getting some high quality wired mics and using the wireless only when necessary. Your vocalists will appreciate it...
Reviewed by 16 customers
This mic feels at home on the major tour or in the local bar. we use a rack of about 10 of these and never had a problem with cross talk or fade out. These mics are soild. We take care of them the best we can but lets face it. everywhere we go there is Gravity and these have hit the ground a few times and never failed us.
I was a little leery about spending this kind of money on a microphone. I have used a number of wireless mics and for various reasons I've not been pleased with them. This mic has changed my mind entirely; I can lean against the speakers with no feedback, run around pretty much any club my band plays without interference, and my soundman loves it because he doesn't have to play with an EQ all night - this mic sounds great on its own. Additionally, the size of this mic is a touch smaller, so it feels much more comfortable than its competitors. Highly recommended!
I had NO problems with this mic what so ever. I had it for over 5 years, and I'm a singer that moves around the stage a LOT!!! I've dropped it a few times and it still kicks a**!!! Now that I'm about to go on tour with my band I need a new one so I'm selling my old one.
I own this mic and use it solely for gigs. The third time I used it we noticed a signal dropout when I'm active. If it sits on a stand all night, fine. But if I move around with it, it cuts out. We've tried changing channels, tried it in multiple locations all with the same result. Good thing I paid for the warranty!
our church has about 4 of these that we use in the contemperary service and that I use for my band occasionally. your voice comes through crystal clear, there's never been any problems with fading out or with cross talk. the only thing is, obviously, there is a battery which has run dead on us at some in opportune times. other than that, incredible mic, if you can't afford the wireless version, buy the standard version, it's just as good.
Great product!!!! Sounds so good you would think it was wired. What made me choose Sennheiser was I already had a wired handheld from them and the wireless is as good, if not better.
I bought this mic for the lead singer in my Country Music Band... it is awesome. The pickup is unreal... and there is almost no feedback - even when used in rehearsals where the room is small and the mic is closer to the speakers. The construction is solid unlike the shure wireless mics. I am so glad I went with this mic instead of a cheaper solution.
We have been using this for 3 years in a portable church situation, ie break down set up constantly and have not had 1 issue. It's perfect for preaching.
I use this microphone for hypnosis shows and it has been bulletproof in it's performance. It's solid for using on the road and setting it up everyday in a new place. Easy to change channels if I end up somewhere with cross over on the channel I'm on. I'm purchasing another mic right now and I'll picking this one again. I don't think you can do much better than this mic, especially at the price.
I now use strictly Senheiser mics for my personal use. At work the only reason we hasn't switched from Shure is the rotating cover on the base of the mic. While it is great in a controlled environment the users have trouble with it. The mic is great, the range is more than double the Samson VHF Concert Series I used prior to switching to these. Sound quality rivals the wired version of the same mic which I also use. The only downside to these is that the rackmount kit is not included. That is one area where the Shure ULX scores some points...