07.02.2003 - Wedemark, Germany
New Stage Mics for Professionals
Electro-acoustics specialist Sennheiser adds top end models to its most successful microphone series: at the prolight+sound 2003 in Frankfurt, Germany, Sennheiser will launch the evolution 900 Series. Three wired mics in this professional stage range will be available from March: the e935 and e945 vocal microphones as well as the e 903 instrument mic.
e 945 and e 935
"The Sennheiser 900 Series of wired microphones ensures absolutely professional quality for the stage – at the attractive evolution price," says Michael Polten, Sennheiser's Industry Team Manager for the music industry. "These evolution mics are especially attractive for rental companies and professional musicians. They easily cut through high on-stage sound levels, feature a fast transient response and are highly insensitive to feedback thanks to their optimized frequency response."
Both vocal mics are well designed to exclude handling noise and their 100% metal casing will take all the inevitable knocks on stage. The e 935 is cardioid and the e 945 super-cardioid.
The e 903 mic has been specially developed for snare drums. This cardioid mic captures the full sound direct from the drum and supports the top end frequencies. The e 903 has a high maximum sound pressure level and excellent transient response, so the impressive snare sound is reproduced with direct impact.
Moreover, things are happening in the evolution 600 Series of wired instrument microphones. The Sennheiser e 606 is a new mic for guitar and bass amplifiers, with the same shape as the well proven e 609. This super-cardioid mic features aggressive sound and a user-friendly, color-coded front and back.
Sennheiser at prolight+sound: Hall 4.1, Booth E 12
As one of the world's leading manufacturers of microphones, headphones and wireless transmission systems, the Sennheiser Group with its headquarters in Wedemark near Hanover, Germany, had total sales of over €227 million in 2001. The export share is 82%. Sennheiser has a total workforce of approx. 1,500 employees, of whom 800 are employed in Germany. Sennheiser is active worldwide and, in addition to other partnerships, has its own sales subsidiaries in France, the UK, Belgium, the Netherlands, China, Singapore, Canada, Mexico and the USA.
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Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG Press and PR • Edelgard Marquardt
Am Labor 1 • 30900 Wedemark • Germany
Press and PR • Edelgard Marquardt