I also heard Elvis used the re15, is the re20 pretty much the same? This is your source for L1®, F1, S1, ToneMatch information, announcements, tips, and suggestions. Same price I paid for the mk219. I hear good stuff about the tele m80 as well and I like ev stuff. I know my stage and monitor rig intimatly. See if she turns you on and inspires you in new ways, but maybe she makes you realise you had it good all along and you end up going back to what was trust worthy. I was about to sell the Heil PR35 and just use my RE10 which I had great results with, but decided to give the Heil one more try on this tune. It's a great sounding dynamic, brighter than a 57 or SM7, big and full. I have the Sennheiser e945 you mentioned. The shure isn’t a bad mic for live vocals. Your Shure Beta 52 for my Sennheiser e602? I got mine at a Sam Ash on sale for $80). Sennheiser e945 is more "shrill" around 3-5kHz. Welcome to the Bose Pro Community. It is more tolerant to off-axis sounds. It’s not a loud stage but there is still spill but the Audix OM7 is … The information here def. I have a Jim Morrison like voice so I need something that will work well with a lower voice. Since the OP mentioned the RE15, here's a song done with another 'Elvis' mic, the RE10 which is almost identical to the RE15. If this is your first visit, be sure to There’s not a lot of EQing involved, Ragnar Þórhallsson and Nanna Bryndís Hilmarsdóttir’s vocals are very different but put them together and they sound amazing. It would be a great choice sound-wise for a "Morrison" sound. they're both good mics, but sorry there's no answer. If I was choosing for a home recording setup, I'd choose the e945. Which one is the best in my case? e945 sounds better at a distance or from the side, although not great. I used to us a SM57. While the others are very good microphones, you should give the Audix om series a serious look. Sennheiser e935 Vs e945 Conclusion Sennheiser e945 can indeed deliver better audio quality for vocals, but only if the user has a decent technique in order to keep on-axis. I've had some amount of trouble with plosives (the singer has to have great technique) and with handling noise. ... That said, I think the Sennheiser e945 and e935 outclasses both. I've owned a number of dynamic mics over the years but I have to say I LOVE my Sennheiser E945. It's certainly a very good mic for the price (they can be had for just under $100, if you wait for the right sale. 10-11-2014 #2. But I stayed with my EV767a, which is a mic that just fits my voice very well. Alright, so it sounds like the pr35 is the best bet for the sound im going for, or is there maybe 2 other mics I should try also? Perfect for Him. Wow thanks for the responses everyone. Yeah I dont really have any problems with the SM58, lord knows I use them a ton on the road and gigging. Good feedback rejection, good mids, hyper- cardioid. Which one is the best in my case? I am loving the pr35 more and more, love the sound of that re10 also though. In a direct comparison with an e945 the OM7 won-out simply because of it's feasibility in a live situation. In such case. Thanks guys! The sennheiser is a lot better for my voice. I don't … If I have a week singer with a Marshal stack behind them, I'll reach for an Audix OM7 (not the best sounding mic but the best rejection pattern I've found). There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. Very dark, heavy and pycadelic. “The OM7 are really good and the band like them. You can hear the handling noise, but that's a very smooth sound for a dynamic mic. John Wetton, great vocalist, also bassist, Senn 935 standard cardioid is … Only added a little compression....no eq other than the middle position of the high pass switch. I do sound for a small series at a church and sometimes on Sunday mornings. Sennheiser e945 delivers fantastic results. But I guess its not that I have a problem with them, I just want something new and different. ... Audix OM7 Super. If I could have afforded one at the time I probably would have bought one. Oh well...cool toons also man...I dig your voice and your style. either you find a way to try them out, or just pull the trigger on one and hope for the best. I am a lead singer and guitarist in a rock band. Those audio clips really sound nice also. I play at bars and clubs mostly in a 4 piece. The mic is very smooth and has predictable response from different ranges. The issue of 'brighter or boomier' or whatever is less important than --. (0 members and 1 guests). When you buy products through links across our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. However, for general purpose, Sennheiser e935 is more suitable. It is more tolerant to off-axis sounds. for "ear suicide" loud levels the e945 is definitely not as good as a OM7 for bleed issues but then the OM7 has one of, if not THE tightest pickup pattern of any stage vocal mic. This will make it quite different to a Beta58 which is hypercardiod. Just got one a few months ago, and I'm sold on it for live vocals. Is there a loud stage volume mic comparable to the Neumann KMS105. Hey there! The beta sounded great on my partners voice and the e935 sounded best on mine. Just a friendly reminder that political discussion, (including "offhand" and 'sideways' commenting) is. Also, whats the difference between a re10 15 16 20 etc? Very full low-end on that one, too, and with no boominess. Paid $70 on ebay for mine. I personally really like the Sennheiser E945 for a modern vocal sound. Stuff sounds really cool. By NL5 in forum Free Ads for Music/Recording Equipment, By Renascent in forum Free Ads for Music/Recording Equipment, By aznwonderboy in forum Free Ads for Music/Recording Equipment, By Whoopysnorp in forum Free Ads for Music/Recording Equipment. My options are; shure beta58a, sennheiser e945 or audix OM7. I love the audix om series on both females and males. The Sennheiser E-945 is a superb high quality live performance dynamic mic. Shure Beta 58, Sennheiser e945 or Audix OM7?