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CAD ST-100 Cardioid Electret Condenser Boundary Microphone
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The CAD ST-100 Cardioid Electret Condenser Boundary Microphone is a superior low-noise, cardioid, surface-mounted microphone. It's ideal for use on a...Read More
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The CAD ST-100 Cardioid Electret Condenser Boundary Microphone is a superior low-noise, cardioid, surface-mounted microphone. It's ideal for use on altars, conference tables, stage floors, or television productions. The ST-100 mic's electronics features an advanced transformerless design, and it is self-contained to eliminate the need for mounting any external boxes. The cardioid pickup pattern minimizes annoying feedback when used close to sound reinforcement speakers and monitors, while reducing the pickup of unwanted off-axis sounds.
The CAD ST-100 has a die-cast zinc base and double-layer, perforated steel screen construction making this microphone extremely rugged. The ST-100 mic can also be permanently mounted on most flat surfaces. The CAD ST-100 comes with 30 feet of high-quality microphone cable that has a miniature 3-pin connector on the microphone end and a standard professional XLR-type connector on the opposite end. The CAD ST-100 microphone will operate with any equipment that supplies standard 9-52 volt phantom voltage.
- Cardioid pattern
- Advanced transformerless design
- Self-contained with no external box to mount
- Die-cast zinc base
- Double-layer steel screen
- Extremely rugged
- Mounts easily on most flat surfaces
- Includes 30' cable
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Our church replaced a gooseneck microphone. The first Sabbath, the speaker was looking for a mic. I told him just talk; it's there. Wow! It picked up so clear; not to mention it picked up the rustling of his bulletin. Not even the vertically challenged no longer have to worry about adjusting the mic for them. This is an excellent mic for a pulpit.