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SUMMER NAMM 2003: Sennheiser Launches 900 Evolution Mics

Comprised of three wired mics—the E 935 and E945 vocal mics, and the E 903 instrument mic—the new range is geared toward live performance environments. 7/01/2003 8:00 AM Eastern

Comprised of three wired mics—the E 935 and E945 vocal mics, and the E 903 instrument mic—the new range is geared toward live performance environments.

"Sennheiser has engineered the new Evolution 900 Series with the same outstanding fidelity and durability of some of our higher-end mics and are available to all serious performers at attractive Evolution prices," said Anthony Buzzeo, Sennheiser's wired microphone product manager. "Aside from offering fast transient response, musicians and engineers can be assured that these mics will easily cut through high stage volumes and be virtually feedback-proof, thanks to their flawless new capsule design."

The two vocal mics feature shock-mounted capsules that minimize handling noise and a rugged metal casing. The E 935 features a cardioid polar pattern and improved gain-before-feedback over its predecessor, the E 835, while the E 945 is a supercardioid version that picks up where its predecessor, the E 845, left off.

The new E 903 cardioid snare drum mic is engineered to deliver outstanding frequency response while tolerating maximum sound-pressure levels. It delivers a punchy transient response.

For more, visit Sennheiser online at www.sennheiserusa.com. Or, visit Sennheiser at Summer NAMM 2003 in booth #429.

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