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L'avis de xav69
Je ne l'ais utilisé que 2 ou 3 fois et uniquement sur des grosses caisses mais à chaque fois, je n'ai pas trouvé le son que je recherchais.
pas d'attaque, pas de profondeur, et je n'ai pas réussi a le distinguer de la basse dans les deux cas. un paté.
a l'avenir j'esserais plusieurs autres positions de placement et de traitement mais avec un beta 52 je n'ai jamais eu de soucis...
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L'avis de manu286
La série 600 de micros sennheiser et conçue pour des prises d'instrus variées de gamme moyenne. La série 800 est de la même gamme mais uniquement pour le chant. La série 900 est la gamme supérieure (ça se sent pour le prix). Les 600 ne sont donc pas inférieurs aux 800, ce n'est pas le même usage mais c'est une gamme équivalente.
Il semblerait, vu les commentaires que le 602 ait été un peu foiré, d'où le 602-II.
Pour toutes les infos techniques, voir http://www.sennheiserfrance.com/fr/icm.nsf/root/500797
Jetez un oeuil sur les PDF à droite.
Le micro, sans être trop lourd semble robuste et de bonne qualité.
Le plus important : le son
Je l'ai testé dans deux situations
*Pour enregistrer une batterie. Nickel. Son propre, et puissant. Voir la courbe de fréquence sur le site.
*Pour repiquer un ampli Peavey Microbass (20watts). Sur le moment, j'ai été déçu, le son me semblait peu définit et à la fois extrèmement claquant pour le slap. Désagréable quoi.
Pour un petit concert pas prise de tête, on a repiqué un ampli basse avec et le son était super rond, chaud, défini. Je ne regrette pas du tout mon achat. Un peu vert qu'il sonne mieux avec l'ampli des autres. Celà dit, si vous avec un bon ampli, ya aucun soucis.
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L'avis de JimboSpins (contenu en anglais)"For your low frequencies"
We have used this microphone for about 4 long years now off and on depending on where we are recording at.
The ability to pick up those really low frequencies is the Sennheiser e 602 II finest quality. I don’t have anything bad to say about this microphone. It is very rugged and is made to be dropped a few times. We are very happy that we chose to use this microphone and after using it for 4 years we still have it and still use it, it sounds and looks brand new. I recommend getting this microphone for your kick or bass instruments if you really want those low end frequencies to pop in your mix. The sound quality for the price is un-beatable, a microphone this good could easily cost around 300 bucks today. You can compare this microphone to the D112 but I still think the Sennheiser e 602 II sounds a lot better even though they have similar specs.
L'avis de moosers (contenu en anglais)
Until recently I hadn't used the Sennheiser E 602 II, but I'm glad it's now in my mic vocabulary as it's really a great microphone. While I haven't used it for anything other than kick drum, I'm hoping to get the chance to use it for other applications in the near future as it's definitely got multiple applications. I've always been a huge fan of Sennheiser mics, but the E 602 II has a unique low end quality that I haven't heard in other mics from them. It also helps that it's extremely rugged and this is why I can see it being used for live sound as well. The price is a lot less than I thought it was going to be, as it's even a bit cheaper than the ever popular AKG D112 and Shure Beta 52A kick mics, which are pretty much it's competition. I'd definitely throw this mic in the mix if you're looking for a great kick drum mic, as even though it may not be as popular as the other aforementioned mics, it's got a really punchy and direct sound. At right around $150 US dollars, it's a great deal for a great mic that can bring you a long way. I don't know how it compares to the original E 602, but the Sennheiser E 602 II is a stellar microphone to have in any studio!
L'avis de Anonyme (contenu en anglais)
The Sennheiser E 602 II is a dynamic microphone tailored specifically toward bass instruments (read: kick drum, although I suppose that mic'ing up other bass instruments like a bass cabinet is not out of the question, but it was not something any of us attempted when we had the microphone). It has a fairly typical pickup pattern of cardioid, and has a very nice extended frequency response from 20 Hz all the way to 16,000 Hz. I like this quite a bit, as Sennheiser did not opt to completely chop the top off like some companies do. This makes sure that the percussive element of the kick itself does not get buries underneath a mountain of bass frequencies, which some microphones seem intent on doing.
The Sennheiser E 602 II performs roughly on par with its magical AKG counterpart, the D 112, although this microphone possesses a rather uniquely magical quality. Sennheiser mentions it in passing: "ideal for direct use on the most problematic bass signal." Even then, Sennheiser does not exactly say what that means. Kick drums often suffer from a boxy sound, if they are not of particularly high stock. Maybe this microphone is tunes to fix that, but it makes cheap kits sound like little explosions, in a good way. Oddly enough, it makes higher end kick drums sound rather strange.
Whether you grab the Sennheiser E 602 II depends on what kick drum you have. If it is not of higher end, then you would do well to grab this if you do not plan on upgrading anytime soon. Otherwise, it would be wise to check out other solutions.
L'avis de joshsound (contenu en anglais)
I have used these as the live kick drum mic a few times. I am usually loathe to switch out anything for the AKG D112, but I have actually been pretty impressed with the sound this mic can get more than once. It definitely depends on the drum and the player, but times have come up where this mic sounded better than the AKG D112 as well as the Audix D6. At the least, this mic gives them a run for their money. It is cheaper than its competitors, which helps it in the value area, but overall I would say not as good a mic as the others. I would recommend it as a back-up.