Excerpt: With the EQ settings on the various mixers being flat and no processors; this mic is very clear, warm, and to me extremely even... Adjusting EQ is minimal to none at all! Vocals are natural as with mic'd acoustic guitars...
Excerpt: More clear, less "warm" than the Shure Beta 58A, which is probably the most direct competitor in this price range (and also probably the most popular vocal mic in this price range). I prefer the Sennheiser, hands-down.
Excerpt: I don't sing, I just bring the stuff. I have two of these mics (one for backup). Every singer that has used it tells me it is the best mic they've ever used. I probably have sold about six of them when I tell the singer where to buy them. I just bought a third one because it is such a good mic.
Excerpt: The mike came with a neat little pouch and its own head for a mike stand. £90.00 OVERALL OPINION This mike has a very high out-put, with hardly any noise even when pushed quite hard. The sound is clear and warm and would suit live vocals well.
Excerpt: Micro scheduled for singing, but is doing well on a duo guitar / vocals. OVERALL OPINION I use it for 6 months for the female vocals. The quality is very good, no breath, no need to bellow out a sound, it's sometimes amazing to hear the result.
Excerpt: Super cardio goes up top treble frequencies (18kHz if I remember correctly). NOTICE GLOBAL After having long used a SM58, I pass on this microphone, for a thinner and less attachment to feedback. The sound is really thinner and prcis almost the sound of a condenser microphone.