Sennheiser MM435

High-performance cardioid, dynamic mic capsule for use with compatible Sennheiser handheld transmitters
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Our price:$679.00 GST
Order Code: MM435

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Sennheiser MM 435 is a high-performance cardioid dynamic microphone capsule for use with compatible handheld transmitters, including EW-D Series.

For vocalists and engineers alike, this capsule is a clear standout. The aluminium-copper voice coil refines high frequencies with detailed transparency and highlights even the finest nuances. Even subtle vocals can be heard and accentuated effortlessly in the mix.

MM 435 may be sensitive when reproducing vocals, but it is robust when it comes to handling. The cardioid pickup pattern allows the user to be at varying distances and angles from the microphone and provides reliable protection against feedback. This MM 435 is the legitimate successor of the renowned MD 9235 head, which has proven itself in highly demanding live and broadcast productions and professional wireless systems worldwide.

Designed for use with Sennheiser wireless handheld transmitters, the MM 435 microphone head features the excellent acoustic properties of the wired MD 435 vocal microphone. For stage vocals, especially the all-important lead vocal, it’s a great capsule.

Not exactly the mic capsule you’re after?
Check the description tab for a bigger list of Sennheiser and Neumann microphone capsules that are suited to Sennheiser handheld wireless transmitters. As always, reach out if you’ve got questions – we’ve got this covered!

Sennheiser wireless compatible capsules for handheld transmitters include:

MMD 835-1BK (cardioid, dynamic)
MMD 845-1BK (supercardioid, dynamic)

MMD 935-1BK (cardioid, dynamic)
MMD 945-1BK (supercardioid, dynamic)

MM 435 (cardioid, dynamic)
MM 445 (supercardioid, dynamic)

MMK 965-1BK (cardioid/supercardioid, condenser)

Neumann capsules compatible with Sennheiser handheld transmitters include:

KK 204BK (cardioid, condenser)
KK 205BK (supercardioid, condenser)

Transducer principle: dynamic
Pick-up pattern: cardioid
Sensitivity: 1.8 mV/Pa
Max. SPL @ 1 kHz: 163 dB
Dynamic range: 146 dB(A)
Frequency response: 40 – 20,000 Hz
Dimensions: ⌀ 51 x 72.5 mm
Weight: 119 g

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