Sennheiser Mics

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Sennheiser Evolution G3 Wireless Lavalier SystemFast, flexible and professional: these characteristics make the EW112P G3 the perfect fit for every ambitious reporting team seeking both portability and great sound quality. The nearly invisible clip-on omni-directional microphone transmits its signal via a bodypack transmitter with mute function and a portable, battery-powered adaptive-diversity receiver. The receiver and transmitter are lightweight and easy to operate, yet rugged and packed with features.

Sennheiser EW112P G3 Wireless Microphone System Features

Sturdy metal housing (transmitter and receiver)
42 MHz bandwidth: 1680 tunable UHF frequencies for interference-free reception
Enhanced frequency bank system with up to 12 compatible frequencies
High-quality true diversity reception
Pilot tone squelch for eliminating RF interference when transmitter is turned off
Automatic frequency scan feature searches for available frequencies
Enhanced AF frequency range
Increased range for audio sensitivity
Wireless synchronization of transmitters via infrared interface
User-friendly menu operation with more control options
Illuminated graphic display (transmitter and receiver)
Auto-Lock function avoids accidental changing of settings
HDX compander for crystal-clear sound
Transmitter feature battery indication in 4 steps, also shown on receiver display
Handheld transmitter with easy-exchangeable microphone modules from evolution series
Integrated Equalizer and Soundcheck mode
Contacts for recharging BA 2015 accupack directly in the transmitter
Wide range of accessories adapts the system to any requirement

The Sennheiser EW112P G3 Wireless Mic System Includes

EK 100 G3 diversity receiver
SK 100 G3 bodypack transmitter
ME 2 clip-on microphone (omni-directional)
CL 1 jack cable
CL 100 XLR cable
CA 2 camera adapter
4 AA batteries
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Sennheiser Evolution G3 ENG Wireless Lavalier System + Plug on Transmitter Same as above Evolution G3 Wireless lavalier system and adds SKP 100 Plug on transmitter for use with handheld mic or shotgun. Note that you can only use either the plug-on transmitter or the lavalier, you can’t do both a wireless handheld and lavalier at the same time unless you have two receivers.We’re really excited about the ENG G3 Wireless system – this is exactly what the industry has needed for years. You can compare this system against anything up to $2000 and still find the G3 as the clear winner. All features of the EW112 ENG G3 with the addition of the SKP100 Plug-on Transmitter.


  • EK 100 G3 diversity receiver
  • SK 100 G3 bodypack transmitter
  • ME 2 clip-on microphone (omnidirectional pick-up pattern)
  • SKP 100 G3 plug-on transmitter
  • CL 1 jack cable
  • CL 100 XLR cable
  • CA 2 camera adapter
  • 6 AA batteries
  • Operating instructions

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Our Price: $799.99

SKP 100 G3 for making handheld and shotguns mics wireless

Microphones > Wireless lavalier, shotgun, and handheld

Sennheiser ME66/K6 Short Shotgun

Providing twice the SPL output in tests of mics in it’s class, this has been our choice for an excellent quality shotgun. Compare to Audio Technica AT-897 when comparison shopping. This is the mic used in products.
Keep in mind that this mic has become an industry standard over the last few years. You’ll probably go through a few cameras as technology evolves, but you’ll keep the same shotgun mic throughout the years. Any video production industry veteran will give this sage advice – usually acquired after years of learning the hard way. Audio is 50% of the project. Make sure you get the absolute best audio you can – don’t ever spend the whole budget on a really nice camera, think about the two things that are going to make your project more professional: high quality audio and great lighting. Summary

The ME 66 is a Super-cardioid shotgun microphone capsule designed for use with the K6 powering module with power supplied by battery or phantom power. It is especially suitable for reporting, film and broadcast location applications and for picking up quiet signals in noisy or acoustically live environments as it discriminates against sound not emanating from the main pick-up direction. Matte black, anodized, scratch-resistant finish.

Super-cardioid/lobar pick-up pattern
Highly directional
Low inherent self-noise
High sensitivity
Wide frequency response

Sennheiser ME66/K6 Combo – Short Shotgun with K6 powering module.(AA battery not included)

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Regular price: $849.00
Our Price: $499.95

Microphones > Wireless lavalier, shotgun, and handheld
Sennheiser MD46 Handheld interview microphone

Unlike traditional handheld mics, the MD46 was designed to be used outdoors in even a slightly windy environment yet still pick up to about a foot away and mostly eliminating anything beyond. It was actually developed for the Olympics in Australia during the track and field events to interview the athletes. Listen to the superb quality of this mic in an interview with our friend Jerry Hoffman. This interview was shot using the Sennheiser Evolution G2 wireless shown above.
Omni microphones pick up everything equally, including background noise. The MD46 cardioid interview mic focuses on the subject, increasing clarity. Designed to have low handling and wind noise, and to eliminate vocal popping, this microphone gives the ENG team an ideal interview tool. (SKP100 plug on transmitter not included)
Double layer grille basket
Cardioid dynamic capsule
Low handling noise
Long handle with excellent balance
Sennheiser MD46 – Handheld cardioid interview mic

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Regular price: $219.95
Our Price: $189.99

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Sennheiser Blimp Windscreen MZW60-1Regular price: $300
Our Price: $289.99

Sennheiser Pistol Grip MZS20-1 Regular price: $330

Our Price: $324.99

Sennheiser Long hair wind muff MZH60-1Regular price: $200
Our Price: $188.99


  1. Matt Hartman 16 years ago

    This review is for the Sennheiser Evolution G2 Wireless Lavalier System. I have to film outdoor and fishing content, and have to weather many different and extreme situations and distances. I had previously tried to use wireless mics that were about half the price of the Senheisser units and had minimal to poor results. Whether it was extreme wind noise that needed to be filtered out in post or just dropouts and extreme interference, I was constantly having problems with the systems, both UHF and VHF. The range was extremely poor and if I was on a second “camera boat” at any distance away, it was almost impossible to get good sound. It was really cutting into my filming time and budget. The 9V battery life on both the units was extremely poor and I could barely get a day’s worth of life from them.

    So I decided to try out the Evolution series. Guy was extremely flexible and let me try a loaner unit on a recent shoot. Then I turned the unit on, and, plugged it in, and I have to say that I was extremely impressed from the start. I don’t have a lot of experience with mics and all of the various settings and features that come with these mics. I just made sure that the transmitter and receiver were on the same frequency, and plugged it in. I didn’t have a single dropout the whole shoot. Even though I didn’t have a wind screen, I was in some breezy situations, and I barely heard any wind noise with the standard unit. As far as range goes, my subject waded a river, fishing the whole time, and got to the usable limit of the XL1-S zoom, and I had perfect audio. I’m not sure what the distance was, but it was way beyond the range of the other units by a long shot. These are quality units with excellent battery life on 2 AA batteries. I have been able to get 2 full shooting days from a single set of batteries. I have nothing but praise and would recommend these units to anyone.

  2. Mike Maslow 16 years ago

    I rented this system from Martin Banks at Video Gear Rentals in San Diego for a recent shoot in north central Texas. Exteriors were in an often very windy valley and interiors included trucks and workshops; the system worked superbly in all conditions. I had to adjust the AF-out and sensitivity levels on the first day, as the main subject has a booming voice which was peaking/distorting (levels were set too high), but once the levels were lowered I never had another problem during two 6-day shoots. In addition, there was constant large caliber rifle gunfire during much of the exterior sequences and the system had no trouble with the audio peaks. When the primary subject was conversing with people around him, the lav was able to give me very clear and useable sound from the people he was talking with. An outstanding system and a great value. We will be purchasing this system for our next production.

  3. Josh 16 years ago

    Thanks for the review!

  4. Philip Morley 16 years ago

    After seeing the very informative video on this site I purchased a set of these to use in my wedding filming company. The results have been amazing. The general quality of sound even when the remote mic is not mounted on a person is very good. I had no problem in adjusting the mix within Final Cut Pro and Soundtrack pro and am about to add a hand held mic to my set.
    I would not hesitate to recommend them to any serious videographer.

  5. Christian Simpson 16 years ago

    The wedding had begun. So far everything was perfect. I had already captured some great footage, but I was nervous since this was my first paid gig. The groom comes out and, “oh no! I forgot to mic the groom!!!!!! Since that terrible disaster (I freaked and used my shotgun mic, oh and by the way, I was standing by a loud fountain outside) I learned that audio is CRITICAL! Couples aren’t too happy when all you hear when their vows are being said is a loud fountain.

    Since then I have rented sets with so-so results. I have seen the Sennheiser mics on DVcreator for some time now and finally decided to purchase them. Guy Cochran’s sales pitches are just too dang persuasive! But I’m here to say, I’m glad I did. These mics are AWESOME! Guy’s tutorial video was incredibly informative, and I was up and running in no time.

    I can’t say enough about the positive experience I had buying these mics from DVCreator. Everything arrived right on time, and my questions were answered politely and promptly. I will certainly be doing business again with DVCreator again very soon. We will also be purchasing the Bogen 503 tripods and the Light Kit due to Guy Cochrans expertise. Thank you DVCreator!


  6. Patrick Watson 16 years ago

    I can only echo what others have said about these Sennheiser pieces of gold. I’ve used a lot of different wireless setups in the past, but the G2s are the top of the heap. Sound quality is awesome, and the addition of the plug-on transmitter is icing on the cake. Really saved my life on some shoots, where I either couldn’t run cabling or just didn’t have the time (on last-minute shoots). What tickles me is the sensitivity of the mics, yet I pick up very little wind noise unless it’s blowing a gale (as on a beach). Then mounting the mic just inside the shirt of the subject takes care of the rest. It’s as though the wind just died, although you could see the person’s hair blowing around!!

    Can’t beat the price, too; this has to be the best lav system under $1k. I own two sets and am about to get two more sets for a second setup.

    Kudos to the guys here for carrying such great gear!! I’ve bought a fair bit of stuff from them, and will keep coming back. They really know their stuff, and are fantastic to deal with.


  7. Robert Burns 16 years ago

    Hi. I am about to purchase a Fostex FR-2LE CF Field Recorder and wish to use it on a trip to Scotland to record certain Scottish-stereotype nature sounds (e.g., surf, rain, streams) for later use in the studio to mix in with music and also to record my playing the bagpipes in such environments and in famous castles and the like. I’d like to rent microphones unless or until I settle on one enough to purchase it. The MKH 30 and MKH 40 microphones seem to be preferred for nature recording but I am open to others. Do you rent anything suitable?

  8. Akira 15 years ago

    This is an excellent product for the money and even better since the price has come down.
    Great for ENG, Wedding Video’s, conferences and even broadcast. Barely adequate for film work, for which a much better lav mic is needed. I will be trying it with the MKE 2 series mics.
    The standard mic is much too noisey when hidden under clothing and the sound is poor.

  9. Julie Johnson 14 years ago

    I have a question: Last year I bought the sennheiser ew100 g2 wireless mic from you any love it–but would like to hardwire it for an upcoming shoot–I’m on the 95th floor in Chicago’s loop and it’s a challenge to not have overlapping radio signals even with this great mic. Can I buy some sort of adapter to hardwire my interviews?

  10. Ri Stewart 14 years ago

    We’ve been using this G2 lavalier system for a feature length documentary, and 2 weeks on the road filming a group of Tibetan Monks for another feature. It’s been used hard, often unhooked and handed back by careless helpers, and it still works beautifully. Great range, never a dropout. Very sensitive, and the batteries last quiet awhile! I would like to add another.

  11. yeschua 14 years ago

    Sennheiser Evolution G2 Wireless Lavalier System

    1. Does it come with 2 Lav mikes with one transmitter for “$549”?

    2. Are these MONO mikes?

  12. Julian Si 14 years ago

    Dear Sirs,

    How are you?

    Are you interested in our Infrared UHF Wireless Microphone WMS-9700? There are 1280!!! channels for it. Because of the infrared function, it is different from any of our UHF wireless microphones before. With the infrared, you do not need to change the frequency yourself. So it is more convenient and accurate. Moreover, it is real, true and genuine diversity.

    How about it? For more information about it, please do not hesitate to contact me.

    Best Regards,

  13. Stephen 14 years ago

    I have a question. I bought the Sennheiser Evolution G2 some time ago. My problem is the output level is always very loud. I tried reducing the sensitivity to its lowest -30 but it is still very loud. How do I reduce the output?

  14. Shaul 14 years ago

    I was wondering if you can use the unit to receive two sources of audio, operating the lav as well the handheld transmitter with a second mic at the same time.

    • guy 14 years ago

      One transmitter to one receiver.

    • guy 12 years ago

      Shaul – thanks for asking. The Sennheiser Evolution G2 and G3 receive 1 signal. You would need two receivers for two signals. Audio Technica does make a dual receiver, but it is huge and costs as much as two of the Sennheiser’s, yet does not have as many frequencies to choose from. Hope this helps!

  15. Joe Rodriguez 13 years ago

    So if I have already the G2 system and want to purchase a G3 one, do I need to have separate frequencies? Meaning one system has to be A and the other B?

    • Guy 13 years ago

      Hi Joe, thanks for your question. There are over 1400 frequencies in A and B so the answer is “no.” You do not need to purchase the new set in the same. Although, it is advisable to use frequencies in the same bank if possible. Watch the tutorial here and be sure to use the coupon code “take5” if you’re getting a new set from us. Hope this helps.

  16. Amanda 13 years ago

    Hello there. I want to purchase a Sennheiser for a web series production, but I’m on a tight budget. Is it possible to purchase the expensive mic and then find cheap (non Sennheiser) accessories? Or would only Sennheiser products (ie: wind screen) fit the mic properly?



    • guy 13 years ago

      Hi Amanda, yes, there is actually a great deal on the RODE Blimp which is almost as good as the Sennheiser package, yet it is 1/2 the price. It is what I would consider.

  17. John 12 years ago


    I am wanting to use my Sennheiser SKP 100 G3 Plug-on Transmitter with a ME 66. Can I do that? Will the ME 66 plug in and work with the SKP 100?

    • guy 12 years ago

      Yes, the SKP 100 G3 works great with the ME66. Just make sure to have an AA battery inside the ME66/K6 power supply.

  18. Richard Foley 12 years ago

    I have used both the cube and lave mics at the same time, if you set them to transmit different frequencies. Then, if you have time to switch the reciever, it works well in courtroom settings and when you know there will be 10 seconds to change your frequency…Kenneth.

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