Heil Sound has announced an upgrade to the popular PR 35 handheld dynamic microphone.
The PR 35 was first introduced in 2008 and quickly found favor with artists such as Joe Walsh, Charlie Daniels, Stevie Wonder and others. While at first glance the changes are cosmetic in the form of a new chassis, several significant internal improvements have also been made. Rear rejection, which has always been a strength with the PR series of mics from Heil, is -42dB with the upgrade. A concealed two-position roll off switch replaces the former thumb switch.
Visually, the new PR 35 harkens to a time when wired handheld vocal mics had a certain “look” and could be identified when seen on camera. The PR 35 ships with three interchangeable colored trim collars that can be mixed and matched. The new PR 35 will be priced the same as the current model and is available now.