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Sennheiser e 965 - Vocal Condenser


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The e 965 is Sennheiser's first large-diaphragm, true condenser handheld microphone. The innovative 1" dual-diaphragm capsule means you can access both cardioid and super-cardioid polar patterns with the flip of a switch.

Ideal for every vocal application, the e 965 truly combines the sensitivity of a world-class studio condenser with the ruggedness Sennheiser customers demand from an evolution stage microphone. The e 965 is able to cut through high onstage levels and is the top model of the award-winning evolution 900 Series.
Open Box Sennheiser e965 Large Diaphragm Handheld Condenser Mic Level 1
Open Box Sennheiser e965 Large Diaphragm Handheld Condenser Mic Level 1

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  • Switchable pickup pattern (cardioid/super-cardioid)
  • Low-cut switch, which reduces ambient noise, rumble and wind noise
  • Switchable pre-attenuation (-10 dB) accommodates singers with powerful voices
  • Capsule shockmount efficiently rejects handling noise for superbly clear sound
  • Excellent protection against moisture
  • Astounding frequency response of 40-20,000Hz
  • Sennheiser 10-year warranty
  • MZQ 800 microphone clamp
  • Pouch
  • User manual

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  • Transducer principle: externally polarized dual diaphragm AF condenser microphone Diameter of diaphragm: 25.4mm/1"
  • Frequency response: 40–20,000Hz
  • Pickup pattern: Cardioid/super-cardioid, switchable
  • Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz): 7 mV/Pa (2.3 mV/Pa) (with preattenuation)
  • Nominal impedance: 50 ohm
  • Min. terminating impedance: 1 kohm
  • Maximum sound pressure level (passive): 142dB (152dB) (with preattenuation) Equivalent noise level: 21dB
  • Phantom powering: 48 V/3,5 mA
  • Connector Microphones: XLR-3
  • Operating temperature: 0 C - +40 C (32 F -104 F)
  • Weight: 396 g (13.97 oz.) Diameter: 48 mm (1.89")
  • Overall depth: 199 mm (7.83")

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