Sennheiser e835 S (With On/Off Switch) Reviews4.4/5.0 based on 6 customer reviews
What a great deal! After using another brand of microphone at the same price I now use the Sennheiser E835 in all my systems where sound quality is important and needs to be affordable.
from Kingsport. Tn
March 15, 2013Music Background:
Church music director, Recording,live sound
great sound qualityI was going to go with the Shure, but decided to give these a try. Couldn't be happier with the Sennheisers. Sound great
May 14, 2012
GreatI have always loved sennheiser mikes most radio stations I have worked at use them but never thought I would find one I could afford.Its great!!!!
from Longview, WA
March 30, 2012Music Background:
rock, R&B & jazz singer
Better than Shure for meI have 3 Shure's and this one is by far the best. I have less feedback problems and vocals are rich, warm and clear. I'm glad I read others reviews and decided on this mic. I'd been a Shure user for 30+ years. I like the looks of this one and the feel of it as well.
March 12, 2013
overall goodNice and sharp
from mexico city
March 26, 2009Music Background:
play many instruments, producer, owns a studio
good soundit has a good gain that excites frequences
the sound is clear and good when recording voice with a preamp behringer
it is low feedback too
i havent try it without preamp
i am happy about my buy.
November 1, 2004
835SThe 835s has a great clear tone, very strong output and I love the quiet switch and heavy duty construction. The cardiod pattern allows one to move off axis with out drastically changing output.
On the flip side, I've had instances where the broad pattern allowed ambient bar noise/reflections off glass to cause problems.
I did a side by side with an Audix OM5 today. The two were virtually identical in output, the 835 was slightly brighter sounding...although the audix seemed smoother. (depends on your ear) The audix had a laser tight pattern which is a blessing and a curse. You gotta get on it...and it's loads of gain..off axis and you're gone.
I think I'll use both depending on the environment I'm playing in. 835 is great for 100 bucks...or less if you buy a 3 pack.