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December 28, 2004
Sennheiser is formally introducing the Evolution e840 professional cardioid vocal microphone at upcoming Winter NAMM 2004. Highly insensitive to feedback and featuring excellent vocal projection, the e840 dynamic microphone fits neatly between the e835 and the e845 in the Evolution range.
The e840 has been engineered to cut through high onstage levels by efficiently suppressing sounds emanating from outside its pick-up pattern and providing high gain before feedback. It is additionally fitted with a hum-compensating coil to reduce electromagnetic interference. The rugged metal housing, finished in gray with a gray basket, encloses a shock-mounted capsule, resulting in a durable microphone that is highly insensitive to handling noise and perfect for live performance.
The Evolution e840 is supplied in a protective pouch with an MZQ800 microphoneclip.
For more information, visit their web site at www.sennheiserusa.com