Sennheiser Evolution Drum Mic Pack 5

£653.57 RRP £897.33 (including VAT @ 20%)

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Product Ref: 8110

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Sennheiser Evolution Drum Mic Pack 5

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This cost-saving and popular Sennheiser Drum Pack configuration contains 4 x e604 and 1 x e602, and comes with a free carrying case.

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The space saving e604 is a compact drum and brass microphone. Ideal for low visibility, close miking techniques. The frequency response and cardioid pick-up pattern are optimised for drum sets and other percussion instrument miking, whilst also producing exceptional results on all forms of brass and woodwind. An integral stand mount screws directly onto mic stands and included clip attaches mic to rim of drum.

The e602 is capable of withstanding very high sound pressure levels, in excess of 160dB, is combined with a balanced, clear, low distortion signal similar to a high-end studio condensor microphone. Lightweight voice coil provides extended high frequency and rapid transient response. A tough reinforced glass fibre body takes the knocks and shocks and suppresses impact noise.

Features:

e604

  • Rugged reinforced glass-fibre body
  • Low sensitivity to impact and handling noise
  • Very high sound pressure handling capability
  • Low distortion microphone
  • Hum compensating coil
  • Easy to position due to compact design
  • Integral stand mount

e602

  • Cardioid dynamic microphone designed specially for bass instruments (eg: bass drum, bass guitar, double bass, tuba etc.
  • Double diaphragm design extends bass frequencies down to 20hz and gives a fast transient response for exceptionally clean and deep bass signal handling.
  • Rugged metal body
  • Lightweight, high-performance voice coil construction with large diaphragm design
  • Fast transient response
  • Low frequency extension
  • Ideal for direct use on the most problematic bass signal sources
  • Frequency-independent directivity provides isolation from other on-stage signals
  • Hum compensating coil
  • Integral stand mount