SENNHEISER

country: Germany
year: 1945

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SENNHEISER

Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG

German company, founded in 1945 by Fritz Sennheiser. Their specialty are headphones, phone accesories, microphones and professional aviation gear. Sennheiser is one of the most solid audio brands in the world. It has its own laboratories, hires over 2.000 employees and has manufactories in four countries. In 1991 Sennheiser was taken over by an other legendary brand – Neumann.

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  • LABOR MD 5

    LABOR MD 5

    years 50's

    nr: 2116

    Marked with a Labor W logo. Labor W was the name, under which Sennheiser was originally established.  A plastic microphone from the 1950s. Grundig MD 5’s twin brother. Better looking ones are difficult to come by, considering the body colour. An exceptionally thin cable ends in a conventional DIN connector.

  • LUXOR RADIO MD 407 H

    LUXOR RADIO MD 407 H

    years 70's

    nr: 13752

    With the Luxor Radio logo, Sennheiser’s design. A great-sounding, relatively heavy, solidly made dynamic microphone, with a broad range of applications. In perfect technical and visual condition. The bottom part with a tripod holder. The cable with a three-pin DIN connector.

  • SENNHEISER 511 Black fire

    SENNHEISER 511 Black fire

    years 90's

    nr: 250898

    This is our first Sennheiser from the Black Fire series. Its construction is relatively new - from the beginning of 1990s. It is made of plastic but the craftsmanship is quite sturdy. The cable socket is the standard XLR. It may not be the top shelf from this manufacturer, but it sounds interesting and may be useful in the studio.

  • SENNHEISER MD 214N

    SENNHEISER MD 214N

    years 60's

    nr: 5743

    One of the first miniature studio microphones in the world. Durable and great-sounding closed structure awaited by the TV sector. The device is wholly made of metal, equipped with a clip and a lanyard. A very long cable ended with a Big Tuchel connector.

  • SENNHEISER MD 4 S

    SENNHEISER MD 4 S

    years 50's

    nr: 31114

    A dynamic microphone made entirely of metal, with high feedback resistance. The first design in which such a solution was used. The successor of the Labor W DM 4 S model. The letter ‘S’ in the name means the version with a switch on the housing. Equipped with a Big Tuchel socket with 5 pins.

  • SENNHEISER MD 400

    SENNHEISER MD 400

    years 80's

    nr: none

    This is one of the cheapest microphones from this brand. Dynamic, manufactured in the 1980s, wholly made of plastic. On a simple and delicate stand. The cable with a 3-pin DIN connector. Our copy is in a perfect condition, both visually and technically.

  • SENNHEISER MD 402 LM

    SENNHEISER MD 402 LM

    years 70's

    nr: none

    A metal, dynamic microphone from the other side of our western border. In a plastic case. Tripod stand. The cable should end with a DIN connector, but in ours it has been replaced with a big jack connector. It works very well.

  • SENNHEISER MD 403

    SENNHEISER MD 403

    years 50's

    nr: H/374979

    One of jewels in our collection. An exceptionally neat, heavy, made with meticulous attention to detail. What’s more, it performs perfectly in recordings, offering a unique sound. Still much sought after. Relatively rare at auctions. The cable ends in a 1/4” jack plug. Our microphone is in mint condition.

  • SENNHEISER MD 407 H

    SENNHEISER MD 407 H

    years 70's

    nr: 04973

    With excellent sound, frequently used in recording, a microphone from the 1970s. A heavy and solid design with a tripod holder in the bottom part. A thick and stiff mini-jack cable.

  • SENNHEISER MD 408N

    SENNHEISER MD 408N

    years 60's

    nr: none

    A dynamic microphone from the German manufacturer. Kept in excellent technical and visual condition. Originally intended for radio recordings and conferences, today it finds lots of enthusiasts in the studio. Made wholly of metal, installed on a sturdy base. Tuchel connector.

  • SENNHEISER MD 411

    SENNHEISER MD 411

    years 70's

    nr: none

    One of Sennheiser’s models which were intended for the consumer segment at its time, but now its sound is interesting for many people. This plastic microphone was originally set on a tripod base. Unfortunately, we don’t have it. The base socket does not make it easy to set it up on a stand. The cable with a 3-pin din connector.

  • SENNHEISER MD 413N

    SENNHEISER MD 413N

    years 70's

    nr: 7999

    Wholly made of metal, dynamic, vocal microphone, intended for recording singing and speech. Beautiful, full sound and perfect craftsmanship characteristic of microphones of this class. Impeccable condition. Connector - a small Touchel.

  • SENNHEISER MD 418

    SENNHEISER MD 418

    years 80's

    nr: none

    A very well preserved, absolutely complete, one of the less popular microphones of this brand. Made of plastic, very light, supported on a tripod stand with a characteristic handle. At the bottom of the structure, there is a ring enabling its adjustment to the speech or music. DIN plug with three pins.

  • SENNHEISER MD 420-9

    SENNHEISER MD 420-9

    years 60's

    nr: 03636

    A smaller version of MD420NT. Really tiny, but relatively heavy. Made of metal and plastic. Contains a Tuchel cable receptacle. Fixing on a conventional stand may be a problem due to its small form factor.

  • SENNHEISER MD 431

    SENNHEISER MD 431

    years 80's

    nr: 23697

    The Profipower series fully deserves its impeccable opinion. A dynamic microphone with great sound made of very good quality plastic for reporter and concert applications. With a switch on the upper part of the housing. An XLR connector.

  • SENNHEISER MD 441-2

    SENNHEISER MD 441-2

    years 70's

    nr: 007077

    One of the best dynamic microphones in the history. Good for everything. Beautiful, clear sound. A cut filter in the body. Excellent condition. The original stand and handle with locking device included. Big tuchel socket.

  • SENNHEISER MD 93/1

    SENNHEISER MD 93/1

    years 50's

    nr: 05328

    We aren’t absolutely sure it’s Sennheiser, although the grill pattern and the name of this model could point to Sennheiser as the manufacturer. Entirely made of plastic and mounted on a sturdy support. Features a switch in the upper part. The cable ends in a 3-pin DIN plug.

  • SENNHEISER MKE 401

    SENNHEISER MKE 401

    years 70's

    nr: none

    A condenser microphone on a tripod, supplied with two interchangeable capsules, one with cardioid and one with omni-directional characteristics. The body features a switch. Powered from a 5.6 V battery. The cable ends in a 3-pin DIN plug. All packaged in plastic box.

  • SENNHEISER MKH 110/2

    SENNHEISER MKH 110/2

    years 70's

    nr: 95855

    A fully metallic stick-type microphone by Sennheiser. Sadly, ours has a number scratched by some genius on its body. Contains a 3-pin DIN receptacle.

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