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Neumann KMS 104-104S-105 vs Sennheiser e965 for lead vocals Condenser Microphones
Old 31st March 2011
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Neumann KMS 104-104S-105 vs Sennheiser e965 for lead vocals

Hi folks.

I'm about to buy one of these, I need a condenser mic to stage use. My style is mostly pop, not too loud, not too soft. I think both are very good mics but i'd like to know your expert opinion about which is better... pros/cons, where suits better each of them.

Thanks a lot.

(Sorry for my english, I'm spanish speaker)
Old 3rd April 2011
The KMS 105 is great, but it really depends on the venue, I would say it could easily feedback since it's a condenser mic.
Old 3rd April 2011
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Old 5th May 2011
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Originally Posted by oswcall View Post
Hi, I found this comparison of some condenser mics:

Hand-Held Vocal Condenser Shootout (ElectroVoice RE410, Shure KSM9, Sennheiser e965, Neumann KMS 105)

I hope be useful to people with same questions. What do you think about the comparison?
Thanks very much for posting this comparison. It contained exactly the kind of information I was looking for. Someone I work with recently got the Neumann 105, and I've been considering getting either a Neumann or the Sennheiser. This comparison will prompt me to test both the EV and the Shure ... and possibly some of the other mics in the pricerange of the EV ... before I commit my $$.
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