Sennheiser To Intro The 900 Series Wired Mics At AES 2004

Old Lyme, CT (September 27, 2004)--Sennheiser Electronics Corporation is introducing the 900 Series wired microphones, the latest in their Evolution family, at the 117th AES Convention in San Francisco.
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Old Lyme, CT (September 27, 2004)--Sennheiser Electronics Corporation is introducing the 900 Series wired microphones, the latest in their Evolution family, at the 117th AES Convention in San Francisco.

For vocal and instrumental applications, the Evolution 900 Series is comprised of seven new backline mics, plus the three previously introduced 900 Series models, the cardioid 935, super-cardioid 945 and the 903 instrumental mics. Given the positive response to these handheld units, Sennheiser quickly responded by designing seven additional backline mics to augment the line--the Evolution 901, 902, 904, 905, 906, 908 and 914.

All 900 Series microphones feature powerful transparent sound, are highly insensitive to handling noise, and have excellent transient response and feedback rejection. Tight and uniform polar patterns, tighter manufacturing tolerances and gold XLR pins are common to the entire line. Targeted to professional musicians, PA rental companies and rehearsal studios, the 900 Series is optimized for all measurable parameters.

"And although the new series owes it heritage to the Evolution 600/800 Series, the new capsules on the 900 Series deliver a unique voiced presence-peak, producing an "open" natural sound and improved isolation," noted Anthony Buzzeo, channel/product manager for MI. "The result is both instruments and vocals have exceptional clarity and incredible definition in the mix."

For specs and prices of the new line, visit Sennheiser's web site at www.sennheiserusa.com.