A world first. The Sennheiser e965 Condenser Vocal Microphone is excellent for live performance thanks. Ideal for any situation, it comes complete with an innovative switchable super-cardioid/cardioid polar pattern for maximum feedback rejection. The e965 boasts a high-resolution, multifaceted sound and an extremely rugged design, built to withstand the rigours of the road.
This professional vocal microphone reproduces lower mid-tones in a warm, well-defined manner whilst a subtle high frequency boost for that record ready sound. Whether singing or speaking, you can conveniently and easily switch your pickup pattern depending on the stage or venue.
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The e965 combines all the advantages of the premium studio and stage microphones. Featuring a high resolution, multifaceted sound that is complemented with excellent noise rejection and rugged metal construction. The flexibility of the e965 comes alive with its quick response to the finest of sounds as well as the ability to switch between two pick-up patterns. These polar patterns are the gentler cardioid and the more direct supercardioid, all you need to do is choose the best setting for your situation.
Cardioid is excellent for delivering a tight-focused sound, whilst providing incredible off-axis rejection of around -6dB of unwanted noise and ambience. This is a great polar pattern to rely on when performing live.
If you desire to take that isolation to the next level, engage supercardioid mode. Although similar to cardioid, thanks to the incredible focus it provides. Supercardioid boasts a tighter pick-up pattern with even less sensitivity at the rear of the microphone.
Having the option to switch between the cardioid and supercardioid polar patterns provides excellent flexibility for the user. The microphone pattern can be switched by simply twisting off the head of the microphone and using the slider underneath. The cardioid pickup is ideal for sounds coming directly in front of the mic and offers excellent feedback rejection, whereas the supercardioid setting is suitable for when you need a wide, natural pickup to capture a group of instruments or vocalists.