Well some of you may know me, some may not. But, I have went from theatre to live audio. Mainly I mix monitors for bands in one-off situations. Today I had the privileged opportunity to mix with a Sennheiser endorsed band (astray from our normal mic kit packages). I just wanted to give a quick evaluation of what I thought of a few of the mics I got to use. I have previously used Sennheiser wireless products for applications in the theatre regarding wireless lav's as well as IEM's, as well as the 600 seriers microphones. On the kick was a 901; I was fairly impressed with its tailored ability to jump right into a good sounding mic. Not to mention the guy could actually tune his drums, but all in all it was good. I would almost say it gives the 602 a run for its money... Snare was a 905; it seemed to have a good midrange thump crack sound that I like but didn't quite have those tailing hi's that good ol' 57 lends me. All and all I left the channel strip flat. The toms had 604s, and the opener had the big brother 904's interestingly enough I think you know who won that battle. BUT, I would buy the 904's they sounded pretty comparable. There was a 602 on the bass, but I never use a bass mic so I cant tell ya how that went. Nor the 914's on the overheads, they don't lend me anything either. GtR's had the 906's on them they seemed a tiny bit muddy, wouldnt hesitate yankin one of those for a 57, they seemed to lack high end definition. On to the main part of my story! I got the extreme pleasure of getting to use what if I remember right to be a E935. Ok don't get me wrong I really like Sennheiser stuff, like MKE2's and G2 wireless ears. I'm just not sure how this thing got a TEC award. So I plug this thing in start ringing it out, and next thing I know im pullin some funky high end cuts all over the place. Let me put it this way I would have rather used the PG shure series in which I have only used once over this thing. I darn near begged to plug a 58 in instead of this thing in which I used for the opener. Words coming from the openers lead singer, "Sounds Great, can ya turn it down just a lil bit." If only the lead singer of the other group heard what a standard vocal mic should sound like. Well couldn't get the pleasure to do that b/c they strapped a bullet cam to this guys mic too. That should explain it right there. Ya, too bad they strapped that thing to a Vdosc rig, good thing I didn't have my L-acoustics Hi-Q's there cuz i dont think they would have wanted to reproduce that. lol Anyways enough ramblin. Just though I would share my loveliness and not soo good of the Sennheiser low end mics.