I'm an early owner and proponent of the e602.....I recall a thread in the last several months saying that the e602II construction was not as durable as the original, don't know if there's a difference in sound. I have an e602. I have assumed it was the origional because it was the only one I knew about. they dont make the e602 any more, just the II. Few people would disagree that the Sennheiser e602 is as good as anything out there. Among top industry professionals, the Sennheiser MD441 U is every bit as legendary as the MD421. If there is one Sennheiser mic on this list that you MUST have no matter who you are, it’s this one. by Recycled_Brains » Sun Sep 30, 2007 9:08 am, Post I don't know why Sennheiser feels like it has to constantly re-introduce already great mics and then make them of less quality. It sounds a quite bit different then the 602...more 250-300Hz chopped out which is sometimes cool....and sometimes not. i had an original 602 and when my studio partner moved and took it with him, i got a new one. So you get what you pay for. sennheiser e602 / e602 II Post by C_R_J » Thu Jul 19, 2007 10:09 am is there any difference? NOTE: There are 5 variations of this mic in the e800 series. - Bob Dylan. But then again…it’s also regarded as one of the most accurate and versatile dynamic mics money can buy. by cleantone » Fri Jul 20, 2007 6:03 am, Post One look at this microphone, and you can probably guess what it’s for…. Chances are good you already have some of their microphones in your setup. I have been talking about this mic since the day they came out. And hopefully among them, you’ll discover at least one to bring your game to the next level. And the best part is…it’s one of the few pro mics that’s still affordable on an average home studio budget. by chris ryan » Sat Jul 21, 2007 8:59 am, Post i wanna buy one, and im pretty sure either one will do, but i was curious if anyone knows of any differences. And if don’t have a bass mic yet, you might want to consider using it as well. i wanna buy one, and im pretty sure either one will do, but i was curious if anyone knows of any differences. In fact, the Sennheiser MK4 is actually the first large diaphragm condenser they’ve ever made. The E 902 is intended primarily for use with a kick drum, although Sennheiser advertises it, like the E 602 as a "bass instrument" microphone. that blacker and shinier version you speak of is probably the E902. There really isn’t much more to say about this mic, except that…. In fact, you’re unlikely to find a single pro studio on this planet that doesn’t have at least one MD421. While it’s virtually unknown to the home studio crowd…. Getting that perfect bass drum sound means finding a mic that can deliver clarity and punch. Our Virginia-based experts can help you find the best gear. Experience with Sennheiser e602-II and e902 microphones. This post has been designed for not only myself but the community to discuss all matters or products in the world of audio. No surprise…it’s gone mostly unnoticed so far. It is in fact very well constructed however. Lately I've been using an SM7, which is even less hyped. I ended up buying the e902 because I liked that the resonance peak was a bit higher, around 65Hz. if its like a tiny bit less durable, i shouldnt notice. by joel hamilton » Sat Sep 29, 2007 9:29 am, Post "The world don't need no more songs." While I personally wouldn’t choose it over some other more popular options…. by Masks! they dont make the e602 any more, just the II. i am bidding on one currently. For music though, it’s used for ONE instrument in particular: kick drums. One look at its price tag and you’ll know why. by C_R_J » Thu Jul 19, 2007 3:09 am, Post Because any well-rounded list deserves a little some thing for everyone, and right now, it’s Sennheiser’s only small diaphragm condenser under $1000. Anyone who is anyone knows the name Sennheiser. The bass drumis a key component of every drum kit. I only used the original one and loved it's deep and tight sound. I usually prefer it over a … It’s easily one of the most expensive dynamic mics currently in existence. Sennheiser E602 vs. E902 anyone know the difference between these mics? At least I don't think I did. by JohnDavisNYC » Sun Sep 30, 2007 6:55 am, Post You’ve probably already heard of the Sennheiser e609. You simply lay it on the pillow inside the kick drum, and when used in combination with a standard kick drum mic such as the e602, you get a beautiful tone unlike any other. There’s still plenty of folks who say that this mic is amazing. I'd bet you could find an original version on ebay, and I'd heartily endorse you jumping on it, amazing kick drum mic!!! Is there a way to see the difference on the mic? Senn e602 vs AKG D112. Blog away! I've been looking into these Sennheisers and was wondering if anyone could please tell me what the difference is between them? i believe its the older one. Despite the low price aimed at today’s budget conscious home studios, it can easily be compared to similar mics in the same category costing several times as much. The e609 comes from Sennheiser’s original e600 line of instrument microphones, while the e906 comes from their updated e900 series. is there any difference? "Madam, tomorrow I will be sober, but you'll still be ugly" Winston Churchill. » Fri Jul 20, 2007 7:38 pm, Post It’s used in radio, tv, podcasting, field recording, live recording, and especially studio recording. The Sennheiser E 902 is supposed to be Sennheiser's successor to the very nice and interesting E 602. 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