Sennheiser MD 441U Supercardioid Dynamic Microphone

Sennheiser MD 441U Supercardioid Dynamic Microphone

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Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • MD 441U Supercardioid Dynamic Microphone
Finish
  • Black
Year
  • 1971 - 2024
Made In
  • Germany
Categories
Electronics
  • Passive
Microphone Type
  • Dynamic
Polar Pattern
  • Supercardioid
Wired/Wireless
  • Wired

Overview

The Sennheiser MD 441U keeps a legend a live. This long-time studio staple dynamic microphone features a wide, tailorable frequency response and crystal clear sound. Able to withstand immense SPL levels without overloading and distorting, the MD 441U is among the best microphones of any time or type for recording snare drum and blaring amplifiers.
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The MD 441U's textbook supercardioid pattern minimizes bleed from unwanted places, allowing you to simply place the mic where it sounds best without having to worry too much about other sounds around the mic. With its natural, extended sound, the 441 is also an amazing vocal microphone, lending itself particularly well to lead female vocalists. A rotary selector at the base of the mic gives you a 5-position bass rolloff, starting with a flat ("M" for "Music") setting and going all the way to a sharp cutoff as high as 500Hz. When you need just a touch more "air" to the sound, especially on a vocal or snare drum, give the Brilliance switch a try to get a broad boost to treble frequencies and don't worry about reaching for a console or outboard EQ to get a nice, bright sound.

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