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Rapport qualité/prix : Excellent
The Sennheiser E 614 is a small diaphragm condenser microphone that is primarily a mic for the studio, but I could see it translating well to the stage.  However, since I've only got experience with this mic in the studio, this review will only be focused on this application of the mic.  The E 614 has a super cardioid polar pick up pattern and doesn't have any control settings or out of the ordinary features.


In my time using the Sennheiser E 614, I've found it to be a very effective mic the studio.  In fact, in terms of mid level small diaphragm microphones these are some of the best bang for your buck out there.  It is great for pretty much any application that you would normally want to use a small diaphragm mic for including acoustic guitar and drum overheads.  These are probably the most useful applications of the E 614, but I've also tried them on mandolin and violin and have gotten good results.  I find that these mics are the perfect size and are easy to place as I like to have really specific placements for small diaphragm condensers as every inch will change the sound.  While I don't think that the E 614 would be useful for professionals, they are perfect for the project or home studio owner who is looking to get a lot of bang for their buck without sacrificing the sound quality too much.  While these are no KM 184s, they do have a very clean tone and will portray a realistic picture of the signal you are sending it.  The price isn't down there with the cheapest of small diaphragm condensers, they are the perfect in between for those who don't want to get a cheaply made microphone but who also don't have a fortune to spend.  Overall, these are reliable mics that should definitely be considered by home studio owners who want a small diaphragm condenser.