Senal UEM-155-35H-BK Omni Earset Microphone with 3.5mm Locking Connector for Sennheiser Transmitters (Black)

BH #SEUE15535HBK • MFR #UEM-155-35H-BK
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Senal UEM-155-35H-BK Omni Earset Microphone with 3.5mm Locking Connector for Sennheiser Transmitters (Black)
Key Features
  • Miniature Omni Earset Microphone
  • Optimized for Speech and Vocals
  • For Sennheiser Transmitters
  • Slim and Flexible Boom Arm
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The Black UEM-155-35H-BK Omnidirectional Earset Microphone with 3.5mm Locking Connector for Sennheiser Transmitters from Senal is a low-profile, lightweight, and miniature hands-free microphone with a flexible boom arm that can be worn on either ear. It can be used to deliver rich, accurate, and natural-sounding audio in vocal and speech applications for theater performances, lectures, houses of worship, and more.
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Senal UEM-155 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2For Sennheiser Bodypack Transmitters
  • 3Speech and Vocals
  • 4Omnidirectional Polar Pattern
  • 5Low Profile
  • 6High Gain Before Feedback
  • 7Windscreen and Clothing Clip

The Black UEM-155-35H-BK Omnidirectional Earset Microphone with 3.5mm Locking Connector for Sennheiser Transmitters from Senal is a low-profile, lightweight, and miniature hands-free microphone with a flexible boom arm that can be worn on either ear. It can be used to deliver rich, accurate, and natural-sounding audio in vocal and speech applications for theater performances, lectures, houses of worship, and more.

The adjustable ear loop comfortably conforms to your ear, and the boom can be precisely placed to deliver an accurate sound. The UEM-155 microphone capsule is optimized to capture rich and natural-sounding speech or vocals, and provides high gain before feedback. The microphone's proximity to the mouth assures accuracy and clarity.

For Sennheiser Bodypack Transmitters

The UEM-155 features a 3.5mm Locking connector for connectivity with Sennheiser Bodypack Transmitters. The four-foot cable is long enough that it won't restrict your movements while speaking or performing.

Speech and Vocals

The UEM-155 is optimized for the voice. It features a rich and natural sound, whether you're speaking or singing. Proximity to the microphone limits volume fluctuations and assures that the mic is always in a suitable position to capture your voice.

Omnidirectional Polar Pattern

The miniature omnidirectional capsule ensures low sensitivity to vocal pops or plosives. Its accurate and natural sound eliminates the proximity effect, which can make your voice sound deep and boomy as you move closer to the microphone.

Low Profile

Thanks to the narrow mic boom, an earpiece that tucks neatly behind your ear, and the option of black or tan colors, the UEM-155 is inconspicuous and won't be a distraction to your audience.

High Gain Before Feedback

The UEM-155 has been optimized to drastically reduce the possibility of feedback that can interrupt programs and performances. This microphone can tolerate high levels of amplification, so you can use it in large rooms or when performing on a loud, live stage environment.

Windscreen and Clothing Clip

For the quietest performance, the included windscreen minimizes unwanted noise from wind or moving air. The clothing clip affixes the mic cable to clothes and prevents handling or cable noise.
UPC: 847628002203

Senal UEM-155 Specs

Microphone
Sound FieldMono
CapsuleElectret Condenser
Polar PatternOmnidirectional
Performance
Frequency Range50 Hz to 18 kHz
Impedance1.5 Kilohms ± 30% at 1 kHz
Sensitivity-60 dB
Connectivity
Output Connector1/8" / 3.5 mm Locking
Cable Length4' / 1.22 m
Power
Operating Voltage1 to 10 V
Physical
Length6" / 152.40 mm
Diameter0.2" / 5.08 mm
Weight0.3 oz / 8.51 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.305 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.45 x 4.65 x 0.95"
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