Sennheiser E815S Microphone Canister Case

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Sennheiser E815S Microphone Canister Case by anewsome Dec 19, 2013



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My favorite gig microphones will be much safer in my gig bag now.

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For long microphones (interference tubes) we use pvc pipe to store them.

I'm considering PVC tube for my RODE NTG2 mic, maybe adapted with some printed ends. A piece of PVC tube is a heck of a lot cheaper and faster than printing 14 inches worth of cylinder.

Boo, Sennheiser! Lectrosonics all the way!!!

Agreed the sound quality is no where near equal but neither is the price. My lectro gear costs about 10x what these E815s cost. Even if I did have a full stage complement of expensive mics, they'd never get near a stage anyway. At least not with the places and bands that I've worked with. These mics are cheap, get the job done and sound much better than a comparable Shure mic. At least to my ears.

I guess I'm just biased cause I used to work for Lectro. lol