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The Sennheiser E 602 II is a dynamic microphone that I've used in the studio, but is equally useful in a live sound setting as well. The mic has a cardioid pick up pattern and is perfect for low frequency applications like deep horns, bass, and kick drum. The mic has a built on clip and will pick up frequencies in the range from 20 Hz to 16 kHz. Thus far I've only had the opportunity to use the mic on the inside of a kick drum, but it's definitely more versatile than this - I just haven't had the chance to use it for anything else. The mic is built like a brick and is definitely built to last.


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!