Everything else is just standard.
Not plastic, metal. No muffled, mids-centric sound but tight low mids and present treble. No problem with feedback, spill or handling noise; instead, maximum flexibility for the voice: the e 835 is a solid choice for performers. Moderation and singing remain crystal clear and natural, even at varying distances from the capsule. Its extremely rugged construction and uncomplicated handling make the e 835 the first choice for rehearsal rooms, home recording or the stage. It has also become a top seller in its class everywhere that speech intelligibility is critical: lectures, presentations or conferences in auditoriums large and small alike.
The S-version of the e 835 comes with a noiseless on/off switch.
- Dynamic cardioid microphone for speech and vocals with noiseless on/ off switch
- Cuts through high on-stage levels
- Clear reproduction with a high presence
- Consistent sound quality (varying distances, moving off axis)
- Handles high sound pressure levels
- Isolates handling noise, hum compensating coil
- Excellent feedback rejection
- Rugged metal housing
|Ø 48 x 180 mm
|Without cable: 330 g
Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz)
|2, 7 mV/Pa
Min. terminating impedance
| 1000 Ohm
What's in the box?
- 1 e 835
- 1 microphone clip
- 1 pouch
Overview of all compatible product components within the series as well as compatible headsets and microphones.
SKP 100 G3
Article No. 503130 Wireless plug-on transmitter for wired dynamic microphones
- 1.680 tunable UHF frequencies for interference-free reception
- Easy transmitter synchronization via infrared interface
- User-friendly menu operation with back-lit graphic display
More about SKP 100 G3
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
More about SKP 2000
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
More about SKP 300 G3
Article No. 009974 Plug-on Transmitter
- Electronically balanced input for professional requirements
- Compatible with 3000 and 5000 Series receivers
More about SKP 3000
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.
I giggle into a microphone. :P
Singer-songwriter. I've been playing acoustic guitar/vocal sets because that's so popular here in Portland... but I'm hoping to be able to collaborate with others at some point again.
Hasn't been a major focus on my life in the recent years... which is why I've just kind of forced myself to do open mics and giggle into microphones with simple songs.
I have stage fright. I haven't been including music as much as I want. So I just had to do somethin'.
It depends on what you're trying to do with the mic. Not all mics are used for the same thing, as in vocal, guitar ect. There's a lot of good mics such as AKG for example. There's mics that are decent in general for recording and stage, but if you don't know about mics in general you may run into problems. I'll try to help you out if you can tell me what these mics or mic will be used for.