Excerpt: This is an adequate lavalier mic for indoor use. Positives: It has good sound quality Negatives: It does pick up background and wind noise outdoors. The clip is not static and allows the mic to swivel in use causing unwanted noise.
Sennheiser is a quality wireless microphone system for multiple purposes.
19 April 2012
Summary: Sennheiser has one of the cleanest sounds for microphones on the market. If you are concerned about your performance, this is the mic to get. The receiver can be used for multiple applications from the wireless body pack to the handheld mic to the individual instrument transmitter. One precaution though: Make sure you use a power surge/RF protector with the receiver.
Excerpt: The very worse microphone I have ever used in my life. As a professional sound engineer I have come across countless types of microphones of all shapes and sizes, and the ME4 is simply an unusable microphone. It has an awful frequency response, so it sounds awful no matter what you do with it, and at 40mV/Pa it's waaaay too sensitive for its type. Avoid using it with a PA system at all costs because all you will get is tons of loud feedback.
Excerpt: We use our Sennheiser ME4 Lavalier Mic for church services every Sunday. We meet in a school gym and needed a Mic that would not pick up noise from the airconditioning units. It has exceeded our expectations with clarity and quality of sound. We also appreciated the prompt and courteous service that we received from B&H.
Summary: I purchased the ME-4 for better control over brass and wind instruments using wireless mic systems. It is particularly effective for those situations where the brass or woodwind soloist is prone to moving around in the live stage sound field, and across the various monitor position fields.