Excerpt: I'm using this microphone to record my voice for audio lectures. I'm doing the recording at my desk in my office, which is why I selected a dynamic mic rather than a condenser (to reject ambient noises). The recordings sound great and very clear. I think it reproduces my voice very accurately, or at least it does so better than some less expensive lavalier condenser mics I've used in the past.For those looking to do something similar, I'm using the Zoom H5 as an audio...
Summary: We bought this mic to add to our existing group of e835's. The sound of these is excellent and the feedback rejection better than average. They are a little heavy but not enough to be a problem, this negative is offset by the benefit of great isolation from bumps and pops that plague many lower end mics. It can be handheld easily while sounding as though it is in the stand.
Summary: I purchased my Sennheiser e835 new in the box from a local Craigslist seller, paid $50. I am used to getting very nice audio reports from using the stock hand mic with my TS-2000 utilizing the internal mic equalization controls. With the e835 I am now often getting audio reports with statements like; "broadcast quality", "very deep and rich". This mic does have very strong lows. The case and basket design quality are excellent.
Excerpt: We use this mic for female background vocals. This model is durable (teenagers use it and it holds up well). It has great all around sound whether being used by the presenter (spoken word) or for music.