Sennheiser’s New Wireless Mic and USB Microphone

Posted on April 19, 2023

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Sennheiser, the popular audio company, is offering new wireless mics and USB microphones that are perfect for video creators and marketers who need top-tier sound quality. The Evolution Wireless Digital Portable System is the brand’s latest offering and is cross-compatible with all Evolution Wireless digital platforms. The system has a portable format and is perfect for use in the field, as well as for professional camera systems. The receivers come with a shoe mount and a cheese plate with magnetic stacking.

The AVX is a strong product from Sennheiser and is perfect for video creators. The EWDP is a more adjustable system with more functionality. The Smart Assist app allows portable devices to adjust the settings via Bluetooth Low Energy, making the EWDP ideal for use in the field.

The new kit has a lav kit and a handheld kit and is available for $699 street price. The plug-on transmitter is coming in October and is perfect for powering both dynamic and condenser mics, as it has phantom power. It also has a lav connection, and a micro SD card where you can record.

Sennheiser‘s Profile Mic is a new USB microphone designed for content creators, podcasters, and anyone who needs a simple interface to create content. The KE10 capsule is a studio-grade capsule, and the mic has a mute button, mic level control, blend knob, and headphone volume adjustment knob. The system is straightforward, plug-and-play, and sounds great, making it an ideal choice for those who demand the best.

The new gear from Sennheiser is perfect for anyone who needs high-quality audio in their content creation. From wireless mics to USB microphones, Sennheiser has you covered with top-of-the-line products that are easy to use and cross-compatible.

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