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The new Engineered Sound. Contractor-exclusive innovations for every acoustical challenge. And safe haven from RFI.<br/>With durable construction and unobtrusive appearance, the ES933C offers versatile solutions for speech, theater, orchestra and choir sound reinforcement and recording. The microphone's low-profile element provides a uniform cardioid polar pattern with 120º acceptance angle. Available in two colors: black (ES933C); white (ES933WC), the microphone offers unsurpassed immunity from radio frequency interference thanks to UniGuard® innovations. The ES933C also offers an 80 Hz low-cut UniSteep® filter that reduces pickup of low-frequency ambient noise.
 

Difference between ES933H & U853R

Which one is better in terms of pickup and sensitivity in open stage for choir. ES933C or U853R?
4 months, 3 weeks ago
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The new Engineered Sound. Contractor-exclusive innovations for every acoustical challenge. And safe haven from RFI.<br/>With durable construction and unobtrusive appearance, the ES933H offers versatile solutions for speech, theater, orchestra and choir sound reinforcement and recording. The microphone's low-profile element provides a uniform hypercardioid polar pattern with 100º acceptance angle. Available in two colors: black (ES933H); white (ES933WH), the microphone offers unsurpassed immunity from radio frequency interference thanks to UniGuard® innovations. The ES933H also offers an 80 Hz low-cut UniSteep® filter that reduces pickup of low-frequency ambient noise.
 

Difference between ES933H & U853R

Please specify the difference between ES933H and U853R. Also mention which of these two will be better in terms of sensitivity.
6 months ago
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Kentuchy
 
Perfect for speech, theater, orchestra and choir sound reinforcement and recording, the U853R cardioid condenser hanging microphone is equipped with UniGuard® innovations that offer unsurpassed immunity from radio frequency interference. With a consistent cardioid polar pattern, the mic offers natural sound from any angle, and superior gain before feedback. It is phantom powered and features an integral 80 Hz low-cut UniSteep® filter that reduces pickup of low-frequency ambient noise. The microphone accepts interchangeable elements, available in cardioid, hypercardioid, omnidirectional and UniLine® line cardioid polar patterns.
 

I want to use U853R for my school for drama and choir performances in an open stage. Is this microphone effective for this specific purpose.

I wanted to use a particular microphone for multiple purposes with great efficiency. This includes Choir Performances, Drama, Short skits, performances by kindergarten kids. Basically, I am in need of a microphone that is capable of giving response with great efficiency over a wide area on the stage measuring roughly 30feet by 20 feet. (open stage). Is the U853R Hanging Condenser Microphone right choice for my necessities? If there are other specific microphones the aforementioned purposes, please specify those too. Thank you...
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