Sennheiser Digital 6000 Wireless Mics Used At CMA Awards

Sennheiser’s Digital 6000 Wireless Microphones were used by a variety of top artists performing at the 53rd Annual Country Music Association (CMA) Awards in Nashville.

Early in the evening, Female Vocalist of the Year nominee Kelsea Ballerini sang “Homecoming Queen” using a Sennheiser SKM 6000 handheld transmitter, coupled with an MD 9235 capsule.

Blake Shelton, who performed “God’s Country,” used a Sennheiser SMK 6000 handheld transmitter, coupled with an MMD 935 capsule. Shelton’s drums were captured using a combination of Sennheiser evolution wired microphones, and the company’s new IE 500 Pro in-ear Monitors.

Lady Antebellum also sang through a Sennheiser Digital 6000 mic system, while Luke Combs performed his hit, “Beer Never Broke My Heart,” singing through a Sennheiser SKM 6000 transmitter coupled with a Neumann KK 205 capsule and an EM 6000 receiver.

P!nk and Brandi Carlile made special appearances, each using the SKM 6000 transmitter and EM 6000 receiver. P!nk sang through a Sennheiser MD 9235 capsule, while Carlile sang through a Neumann KK 205 capsule. 

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