Condenser Vocal Microphone
e 865
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Electret condenser microphone with super-cardioid pickup. Rugged, for live performance and lead vocals with natural, detailed sound. Sensitive to the slightest nuances. Precise reproduction for moderators and speakers.
$ 249.95
plus applicable sales tax
e 865
$ 249.95
plus applicable sales tax

The e 865 represents the first condenser microphone in the acclaimed evolution series. A live performance, lead vocal microphone, the e 865 easily cuts through high on-stage levels by virtue of its detailed and natural 40 Hz - 20 kHz reproduction and superb transient response. (Also available with a switch: e 865 S)

  • Steel inlet basket

  • Superb transient response

  • Handles high levels of sound

  • Rugged, robust all-metal housing

  • 10 years warranty

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What's in the Box
  • 1 e 865
  • 1 microphone clip
  • 1 pouch

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  • EU Declaration of Conformity
    • EU Declaration of conformity e 865 (220 KB) Download

  • Spec Sheets
    • Product specification e 865 (270 KB) Download

      Product specification sheet for the e 865 vocal microphone of the evolution wired 800 series

  • Instruction Manual
    • Instruction manual e 865/e 865-S (PDF) (680 KB) Download

    • Series instruction manual - evolution wired stage microphones (HTML) Download

  • Safety instructions and regulatory information
    • Safety Instructions evolution wired 600, 800, 900 series (1.4 MB) Download

  • Quick Guides
    • Quick Guide e 865 (1.9 MB) Download

      PDF version of the printed quick guide of the e 865

WARNING (for California residents only): This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects and other reproductive harm. For more information go to: