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beyerdynamic TG V35 s


Dynamic Vocal Microphone

  • Directional characteristic: Super-cardioid
  • Frequency range: 30 / 18.000 Hz
  • Impedance: 600Ω
  • Treble resonator to expand the transmission range upwards
  • Special sound holes for increased feedback resistance
  • Switch
  • Weight: 305 g
  • Incl. Microphone clip and bag


  • Length: 182 mm
  • Shaft diameter: 24 x 38 mm
  • Head diameter: 50 mm
Available since April 2011
Item number 263281
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
On/Off Switch Yes
Polar Pattern Supercardioid
Colour Black
Diameter 50 mm
Length 186 mm
Weight 305 g
Frequenzy Range from 30 Hz
Frequenzy Range to 18 kHz
Clamp 1
Bag 1
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Predestined for everyday stage use

The beyerdynamic TG V35s is a dynamic vocal microphone with a supercardioid polar pattern that was designed for the rigours of everyday stage use. Like all of the microphones in beyerdynamic's "Touring Gear" series, this model has been specially developed for on-stage performance and is thus built to be thoroughly robust. It is also extremely insensitive to feedback and delivers a pleasingly high output level. The name is easy to explain: TG stands for "Touring Gear", V for "vocals", and the small S for "switch". The TG V35s comes with a microphone clip and in a carrying case. Last but not least, the affordable price will convince even the most skeptical users.

Perfect for the human voice

The sound of the beyerdynamic TG V35s is made for clean and transparent speech and vocal transmission: The frequency response drops slightly in the lower mids and towards the low end, and features a moderate boost in the sensitive treble range at around 5kHz. This ensures good speech intelligibility and demands less EQ adjustment from the FOH mixer. At close microphone distances, the proximity effect adds a solid bass response to delicate vocals, resulting in a richer and warmer sound. The V35s has an ON/OFF switch that operates completely silently, has a metal casing and, despite its sturdy construction, weighs just under 300g, so your arm will not get tired even during longer gigs.

For an extra long stage life

The rough everyday touring life usually proves to be an endurance test, whatever the equipment. The fact that beyerdynamic even includes this requirement in the name of its TG models shows great confidence in its own products - and the TG V35s definitely delivers the goods. This benefits not only professional PA rental companies, for whom operational reliability is sometimes more important than achieving the ultimate sound quality, but also musicians who are looking for a microphone with a long stage life. In addition, the normal supercardioid polar pattern of the TG V35s makes it universal enough to be put in front of an instrument during live gigs. Bottom line: This microphone delivers a good sound and can also withstand some rough handling on stage.

About beyerdynamic

beyerdynamic was founded in Berlin in 1924 as a manufacturer of cinema loudspeakers. In 1937, Eugen Beyer developed the DT 48, the first set of dynamic headphones, followed two years later by the M 19 dynamic microphone. After the Second World War, the company moved to Heilbronn, Germany, and now also has a US subsidiary with headquarters in Farmingdale, New York. beyerdynamic's most popular products traditionally include headphones and microphones for both live and studio use, and the company also has a strong presence in the consumer and conference technology sectors as well as in the field of installation microphones, interpreter consoles, and tour guide systems.

Ideal for loud stages

One thing is for certain: The beyerdynamic TG V35s belongs on stage, and preferably on a loud one. The slight treble boost and the high feedback resistance make it easy for sound engineers to mix vocals in a way that makes them easily audible over the instrumentalists. In order for the TG V35s to fully exploit its high feedback immunity, the corresponding stage monitor must be set up correctly: With a supercardioid polar pattern, the monitor speaker is not placed directly behind the microphone but to the side of the microphone stand, at an angle of about 125° to the microphone's longitudinal axis.

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74 Reviews

No worse than an SM58
Henrik A. 08.01.2014
I bought a couple of these, and am very happy. Not the best microphone in the world, but it's VERY descent. It works better than the SM58 in a loud live context thanks to its feedback resistance. I rate the sound and features as OK, but considering how cheap it is I give it a four star rating overall. It's not as good as my Electrovoice 967 or the Beta 58, but it shouldn't be for this price. You pay for a crappy toy and get a reasonably professional microphone that sounds at least almost as good as the SM58 for live vocals and is more resistant to feedback= good!


Beyerdynamic TG V35ds
Anonymous 02.02.2016
For the price its a very very good microphone. I have the sm 58 too and although Shure is obviously better, this mic is not far behind. Its used as a vocal microphone for our lead singer and in band setting it does the job very good.
In future if somebody is interested in buying one of these I would recommend it without hesitation.


Great microphone for rehearsals and gigs
DaniArrow 31.07.2021
Bought this in 2017 and have used it in various rehearsal rooms and on stage with various bands and projects. Always did a good job, no problems with feedback, good clear sound.


Delirious 30.05.2018
Can't say enough good things about this microphone. It sounds amazing in a live setting (only tried it in small rooms) and at home. I use it mostly to sing at home, connected to my Focusrite Scarlett Solo, and it makes me really happy. When I used it live, I've had people ask me what microphone I was using a couple of times. It's robust and very durable, as it has taken a beating and it didn't compromise anything. It comes with a pouch that comes extremely handy. Love it.