Sennheiser and Neumann Launch Wireless Bundle

Sennheiser and Neumann have bundled an evolution wireless 500 G4 microphone system with the microphone maker’s KK 205 true condenser capsule.

The ew 500 G4-KK 205 bundle combines Sennheiser’s wireless technology with the Neumann sound of wired KMS stage microphones. The KK 205 true condenser microphone head features exceptional clarity and the characteristic Neumann sound.

The super-cardioid capsule delivers an immediate, emotional vocal sound with airy trebles and fast transient response. The KK 205 can take sound pressure levels of up to 150 dB without clipping, ensures high gain before feedback and offers good lateral isolation towards other on-stage sound sources.

The ew 500 G4 wireless microphone system offers up to 50 mW of transmission power and a switching bandwidth of 88 MHz, which gives engineers sufficient room to maneuver in the busy RF spectrum. The system is available in all standard UHF frequency ranges and comes complete with the handheld transmitter, capsule, rack-mount receiver, rack-mount kit, microphone clip and power supply.

The package is available at $1,600 until December 31, 2018.

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