|商品尺寸||26.42 x 11.43 x 7.62 cm; 140 克|
Sennheiser 森海塞尔 动态麦克风 超心形指向性 Super cardioid 适合吉他音箱・打击乐器 e906
- Super cardioid超心形指向性动圈麦克风。
The most trusted professional microphones in the world. Photo:Cindy Clark of Earthsleep.
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Evolution 900 Series
German Engineered – for demanding, uncompromising professional use.
Sennheiser’s renowned e900 series delivers uncompromising results for the demanding professional. Featuring highly specialized vocal and instrument microphones, the e900 series delivers finely calibrated, natural sound that’s defined, highly dynamic and rich in detail.
- Highly Dynamic
- Rich in Detail
- Easy to Use
|Microphone||Pre-Polarized Condenser||Dynamic||Dynamic||Dynamic||Pre-Polarized Condenser|
|Frequency Response||20 - 20000 Hz||40 - 16000 Hz||40 - 18000 Hz||40 - 18000 Hz||40 - 20000 Hz|
|Sensitivity||0.5 mV/Pa||0.2 mV/Pa at 1 kHz; 0.6 mV/Pa at 60 Hz||2 mV/Pa||2.2 mV/Pa||4 mV/Pa 0.56 mV/Pa|
|Dimensions||12.65 x 10.5 x 2.65 cm||12.85 x 6 cm||6.3 x 4.1 cm||5.5 x 3.4 x 13.4 cm||4.7 x 19.3 cm|
|Weight||19.4 Oz||15.5 Oz||4.4 Oz||4.9 Oz||11 Oz|
|Suggested Applications||Professional Live Sound, Studio & Stage: Kick Drums, Podiums, Altars, Stages, Pianos, Percussion and Conference Tables||Professional Live Sound, Studio & Stage: Kick Drums, Guitar Amp, Tuba, and other Bass Instruments for professional studio and stage||Professional Live Sound, Studio & Stage: Drums, Snares, Toms and Percussion||Professional Live Sound, Studio & Stage: Drums, Percussion, Brass Instruments, and Guitar Amplifiers||Professional Live Sound, Studio & Stage: Wind Instruments, Congas, Drums (with free-floating suspension)|
|Microphone||Pre-Polarized Condenser||Dynamic||Dynamic||Externally Polarized Dual Diaphragm AF Condenser|
|Pick-up pattern||Cardioid||Cardioid||Super-Cardioid||Cardioid or Super-Cardioid (switchable)|
|Frequency Response||20 - 20000 Hz||40 - 18000 Hz||40 - 18000 Hz||40 – 20000 Hz|
|Sensitivity||7 mV/Pa||2,8mV/Pa = -51dB||2.0 mV/Pa = –54 dB||7 mV/Pa (2.3 mV/Pa)|
|Phantom Power||1000 Ω||1000 Ω||1000 Ω||1000 Ω|
|Dimensions||2.4 x 15.7 cm||4.7 x 15.1 cm||4.7 x 18.6 cm||4.8 x 19.9 cm|
|Weight||7 Oz||12.5 Oz||12.9 Oz||14 Oz|
|Suggested Applications||Professional Live Sound & Studio: Acoustic Guitars, Cymbals, Percussion, Overhead, Brass||Professional Vocal Applications: Live Stage, Sound & Recording||Professional Vocal Applications: Lead Vocals, Live Stage, Presentations, Sound & Recording||Professional Vocal Applications: Lead Vocals, Professional Studio, Live Sound, Jazz, Opera|
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It's hard to get a bad tone out of this mic. Even right on the dust cap, it's not really harsh, but it is bright and lacking mids and bass as you would expect. (Note: I have the 609 Silver as well and find it IS harsh right on the dust cap.) Moving from center toward the edge it become gradually warmer/more mids and lows and the "sweet spot" is about a 2" square. Easy!
Bearing in mind that a speaker's true sound is heard with your face/ear right in it, the best way to reproduce that tone is as I said above - just off the dustcap. If you are more of a "my combo is on the floor pointed at my feet and that's the tone I want" guy you can move the mic closer to the outer edge of the speaker to get a warmer tone.
Like I said, it's not hard at all to place this mic no matter what you are going for. Is it worth the extra money vs. the 609 Silver? If you're more of a "what the speaker sounds like" guy and you tend to be more "on the dustcap" then absolutely yes. If you are more of a "combo on the floor, move it toward the outer edge to get that warm tone" guy then honestly, probably not.
Onto the Sennheiser E906: for a new project using mostly new gear I figured why not try a new mic for my tube amp. I've tried the E609 in the past and wasn't blown away and stuck with the SM57. Not long ago, on a whim, i bought the Sennheiser E906 on Amazon. After several days of recording with the E906 I am honestly VERY IMPRESSED with this mic. The "default" middle-position eq sounds best for my needs, and I"m so pleased with the E906 that I really don't see myself using anything else for quite some time.
I would definitely buy this mic again without hesitation.
If you are trying to do a professional sounding recording. Do not use this mic!
It will get you a better sound than some mics but if you are going to be using top quality guitar amplifiers this mic will give you some of the same problems as others around this price range, which is that it will give you a slight static sound in your recording and the quality will be terrible.
I am by no means turning the guitar up so loud as to make myself deaf or anything, I am sitting directly in front of it feet away from the mics and it has always given me this bad sound just in the background of the recording the same as the lower end MXL mics.
To get a halfway decent sound I am using this at the mid range setting split to a left and right channel and using an MXL 990 to get a further away from the amp room effect in stereo on a single channel, both mics are cheap and you will get an "ok" sound especially if you have someone very good at mixing and mastering your recording, there are way better mics out there but you will have to spend about 700 dollars for one that is going to produce an excellent quality recording.