Excerpt: I just got to use the mic in both a rehearsal and a live performance. The sound couldn't be better: I can sing as low, as high, as soft and as sharp as I want to, and this microphone is going to capture everything exactly as it is. There's no "metal-ish" feeling; it sounds as real as my voice does. The shape is super appealing and it's very easy to hold and move. I. Love. It. I think the only con is that it's a little bit heavy, but all the good mics are.
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Durable, Great Sound, Stylish
Summary: Sennheiser is an amazing company…… Very Good products at an affordable price…..This is the third Sennheiser mic I have bought. Very Pleased with the vocal and Condenser mics I now own. Made in Germany!
If you are an above average singer you will choose the e835 over SM58
14 March 2015
Summary: For my voice, I much prefer this mic over my SM58. The e835 reproduces the air harmonics that define the tonal definition I want when singing. Add to that the absence of popping P's if I move a bit off center and I love this mic. When I wanted to buy one, I shopped around and found the best deal at good old eBay.
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.