Bass that goes further. The Sennheiser e602 II Dynamic Instrument Microphone captures the sound and feel of your instruments with precision. Inject impact, warmth, and clarity directly into your mix. With a frequency response that delves all the way down to 20Hz, you'll hear every detail.
Whether you're recording a kick drum, bass guitar, double bass, or even a tuba, the e602 II forms a solid foundation for your sound.
With a rugged, lightweight aluminium body, this ultra-reliable microphone can be positioned with complete stability, even on long boom arms. It's the perfect choice for even the most problematic of bass signals. Plus, with a cardioid polar pattern and frequency-independent directivity, the e602 II gives you complete isolation from other sound sources.
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No matter what style of music you love, low-frequencies form the beating heart of our listening experience. The instruments we hear give us rich depth and solid impact. The problem? It can be difficult to capture the feeling that those instruments were born to deliver. The Sennheiser e602 II puts an end to that problem…
The unrelenting force of a bass drum. The thick warmth of a bass guitar. The rich substance of tubas and brass. The e602 II takes the sound and detail of your instrument and lets you inject it into your mix - exactly the way you want to. Its extended low-frequency response gives you the ability to capture everything right down to the lowest end of the sub-bass frequency range. Its fast transient response works in harmony with the wide overall frequency response, reproducing the punch and impact of your sound source. Plus, with a cardioid polar pattern and frequency-independent directivity, you can make use of the e602 II's exceptional isolation from other nearby audio signals.
Housed in a lightweight aluminium body, this powerful and versatile instrument microphone is not only rugged and reliable, but also easy to position. The integrated stand mount delivers outstanding stability, even on long boom arms. No traditional-styled microphone clips required. Whether you're looking to capture bone-rattling sub frequencies or the detail of staccato playing, the e602 II is the perfect choice - both on stage and in the studio.