Sennheiser E914 vs AKG C451 B

September 17, 2019 1 min read

AKG C451 B

Guitar Gallery compares the Sennheiser E914 and the AKG C451 B pencil condensor microphones.  

Sennheiser E914

  • The e 914 is a high grade condenser microphone for very demanding applications. Its outstanding sound properties qualify the e 914 for highly sophisticated tasks.
  • The e 914 is a perfect microphone for ambitious recordings and live performances.
  • Its main areas of application are acoustic guitars, cymbals, percussion, overhead, orchestras, grand pianos etc.

 Key Features

  • Exceptionally lively, clear sound
  • Three-position sensitivity switch
  • Three-position bass roll-off/cut-off switch
  • Very high sound pressure handling capability
  • Exchangeable capsule

AKG C451 B

  • The C451 B is a small-diaphragm condenser microphone with the identical acoustical behavior of its predecessor, the legendary C451 EB + CK1 capsule, which was a bestseller right from the start in 1969.
  • With its airy sound, high overload limit and improved engineering details, the C451 B continues the success story of this legend.
  • The roadworthy design around the handcrafted capsule and the low-noise preamp electronics ensure impressive results even under very harsh conditions.

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