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The e 914 from Sennheiser is a professional condenser instrument microphone developed for crucial capturing in recording and sound reinforcement applications. The wide, linear frequency response of 20 Hz to 20 kHz results in vivid, accurate reproduction of instruments throughout the full frequency range. The e 914 is an excellent choice for piano, drum cymbals, guitar, strings and stereo ambiance-capturing in live performances and sound design applications.
The microphone's capsule features a cardioid polar pattern for excellent rejection of off-axis noise while maintaining an accurate frequency response at full range. The e 914 features switchable 10 and 20 dB Pad switches that provide added headroom for signals that are excessively loud. Switchable low-frequency roll-off positions are also provided and eliminate noise at 130 Hz and 85 Hz. The e 914 provides the audio fidelity and flexibility necessary to excel as a workhorse microphone in any studio recording and live sound application.
Ultra Wide Frequency Response
The e 914 features a 20 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response that results in accurate, transparent signal at full frequency range.
High SPL Handling
The microphone capsule is capable of handling sound pressure levels of up to 157 dB without noise and distortion.
3-Position Pad Switch
A 3-position attenuation switch provides 10 and 20 dB attenuation.
3-Position Low-Frequency Roll-off
Low-frequency roll-off filter eliminates noise below 130 Hz and 85 Hz.
Cardioid Polar Pattern
The cardioid polar pattern provides excellent rejection of off-axis noise/audio while accurately reproducing the signal at the direct sections of the capsule.
In the Box
Sennheiser e 914 High-Performance Condenser General Instrument Microphone