The e 865 represents the first condenser microphone in the acclaimed evolution series. A live performance, lead vocal microphone, the e 865 easily cuts through high on-stage levels by virtue of its detailed and natural 40 Hz - 20 kHz reproduction and superb transient response. (Also available with a switch: e 865 S)
- Steel inlet basket
- Superb transient response
- Handles high levels of sound
- Rugged, robust all-metal housing
- 10 years warranty
Ø 47 x 193 mm
Frequency response (microphone)
40 - 20000 Hz
Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz)
Min. terminating impedance
12 - 48 V
Max. Sound pressure level (active)
Weight w/o cable
What's in the box?
- 1 e 865
- 1 microphone clip
- 1 pouch
Overview of all compatible product components within the series as well as compatible headsets and microphones.
Article No. 504051 Plug-on transmitter with phantom powering
- Up to 6 x 64 user-programmable channels
- Easy synchronization with receiver via infrared interface
- 48 V switchable phantom powering
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Article No. 009974 Plug-on Transmitter
- Electronically balanced input for professional requirements
- Compatible with 3000 and 5000 Series receivers
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SKP 300 G3
Article No. 505500 Plug-on transmitter with phantom powering
- P48 phantom power for easy use of any cabled mic
- Plug-on transmitter with XLR-3F connector for quick use, no visual interference of cables
- Up to 42 MHz switching bandwidth for flexible use at different locations
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Foam windshield designed for use with the MD 42, MD 46, MD 425, the MD 431 II and all e 800 and e 900 Series vocal microphones. Delivery includes a set of identification rings in five different colours.
Article No. 004847
A few suggestions.
I know it costs a bit of cash ($350), but if you're in studio, you can not go wrong with a Shure SM7b. I've heard it side by side with a Neumann u87 ($3,000), and I honestly prefer the sound of the SM7b. If you can't afford one, you can rent one for less than twenty bucks a day, probably about ten bucks a day.
For live applications and rehearsal, the answer is always SM57, or SM58. They're the same microphone, the only difference is the 58 is geared toward vocals, it has a different capsule with a windscreen and pop filter, whereas the 57 doesn't. The SM57 is the mic you'll see everywhere on stage
LOOKING FOR POP SINGERS FOR DEMO WORK!!!
Songwriter here, live in North Jersey close to New York City, and I am currently working with a U.K Producer. I create the songs, he transforms them, that's how we work together. We are both in search of someone to replace my voice on two of our demos so that we can professionally pitch them to record labels. Once the songs are purchased, you will get $500 dollars (per song you are used on) for helping us out. If the songs are not picked up though, none of us will get paid sadly. Anyway, this is NOT a joke or a fraud, a contract will be used, we are 100% serious.
If interested, you must have the ability to record the vocals with a professional microphone on your own, be reliable, and a hard worker