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    Helps dial in your live sound quickly and accurately.

    The Nady CM100 Reference Measurement Condenser Microphone boasts a true symmetric omnidirectional pattern. CM100 Mics have high sensitivity; minimal self-noise; increased dynamic range; high SPL capability; and extreme smoothness. You can take advantage of the linear 15Hz to 20kHz frequency response to provide ultimate precise measurements and transparent recordings with your Nady CM100.

    Features

    • Perfect for use with realtime analyzers for precise, accurate room acoustics alignments
    • Especially suited for highly effective, detailed recording of acoustic guitars and vocals
    • Rugged construction, gold-plated XLR, and internal shockmount

    It's a handy mic to have available, especially if you do room acoustics. Order today.

     
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    NadyCM100 Reference Measurement Condenser Microphone
     
    4.4

    (based on 9 reviews)

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    1.0

    Do not use for a measurement mic

    By vasoundguy

    from virginia

    Comments about Nady CM100 Reference Measurement Condenser Microphone:

    I use a program called true rta to flatten my sound system when i play new venues.I recently loaned my audix tr40a to a friend who lost it. I saw this mic and the price was amazing, the frequency responses were nearly the same as my audix for a third of the price. the first time i used it was in a room i play all the time and have presets saved for that room i turned on the pink noise and it completely cut my lows boosted the highs and made the system sound like garbage. for measurement would recomend audix tr40a or dbx rta-m

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    5.0

    As Clear as a Crystsl Ball

    By gWGGNUY9K

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Nady CM100 Reference Measurement Condenser Microphone:

    When i found this mic, i was like, its just a budget condenser mic in my reach,but after i used it, the sound was so nice and it definitly picks up eveything. and i mean everything. I was recording and it pick'd up on my sisters talking upstairs. For the money, get it while it lasts.

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    5.0

    An excellent one

    By Emmanuel

    from Ontario, Canada

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    Comments about Nady CM100 Reference Measurement Condenser Microphone:

    I always had the impression that price was an indicator of quality. This has just blownn away that wrong impression. This mic should be sold for about $200 cause thats what it's worth. I use it with the art mic preamp. It is also excellent for omnidirectional applications. Just try it.............

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    4.0

    Good but misleading

    By TheGrimace

    from Memphis

    Comments about Nady CM100 Reference Measurement Condenser Microphone:

    I have owned this microphone for a while, and I do like it, but I noticed some odd characteristics in the sounds recorded off axis. For an omnidirectional microphone, it shouldn't matter, but as I started testing the mic, I have realized it is not an omnidirectional microphone. The signal is severely attenuated off axis, much more like a cardioid microphone. It is fine as a cardioid, but I would not use this in the same way as an omnidirectional microphone. It's a fine microphone, but it is not omnidirectional.

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    5.0

    snap, crackle, pop

    By Tofu Anonymous

    from Vancouver, WA

    Comments about Nady CM100 Reference Measurement Condenser Microphone:

    No more. Produces a clean reproduction of whatever's going on within your general vicinity..and then some. As a test of how accurately it could reproduce sound, I just let it record an MP3 song file from my laptop's speakers via a Behringer Xenyx1202 mixer into my laptop with the Audacity recording program. Apart from the volume differences that I didn't adjust correctly, it reproduced the sound beautifully along with the sound of the laptop hard drives slight clicky noises and other noises that a computer emits.This is a steal of a mic. The only thing that would've made this better (for me at least) is if it was slightly thicker. This barely fits un-snuggly in my mic stand and I would've just preferred it being slightly more secured.

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    5.0

    Great for vocals, acoustic guitar

    By Blake-Bba6j

    from Waynesboro, VA

    Comments about Nady CM100 Reference Measurement Condenser Microphone:

    This mic is great for both vocals and acoustic guitar micing. I plugged it into my little behringer ub802 and then into my computer and did about six recordings, using this mic for guitar. I also plugged my mixer into my amp and used this for some live vocal micing. Overall, works nicely, great value.

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    5.0

    Great Budget Mic

    By Richard-xF14p

    from Austin, TX

    Comments about Nady CM100 Reference Measurement Condenser Microphone:

    I own a number of these and they are certainly fine sounding microphones. The only problem I encountered was having ordered 10 of them, two of them turned out to be faulty. I think this was just bad luck i know other people who have a number of them and have had no problems. Noise is a little high due to the small capsule but not noticeable under normal circumstances. The sounds is very natural as the response would suggest. I have seen 3dB level variance between different mics - would like the option for matched pairs for stereo recording. Also the two halves of the mic are often a different finish - one half very shiny the other half matt - does not matter but looks a bit odd.

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    5.0

    Unbelievable buy!

    By stump_breaker

    from Kaufman, TX

    Comments about Nady CM100 Reference Measurement Condenser Microphone:

    I have researched and reasearched microphones until I was blue in the face. Buy this one for $*** or buy that one for $****. Not many people have that kind of money to throw around so when I came across these Nady CM100's naturally, I researched. After many people saying what a great quality mic they were, I bought two for my studio not expecting much. My studio is nothing professional although many do record here but a nice one none the less. I run a Presonus Firepod through an HP Media Center pc using Sonar 5 producer edition. I have always missed something in my recordings that these mics found and with very slight EQ'ing! From the first test just picking on a cheap 6-string to recording vocals, these mics astound me! They have superb detail, even picking up my dogs jingling chain when I accidently left the studio door open while recording. Even after playback through headphones, you could swear she was in the room with you! I sure wish I had known of these before wasting my money on an MXL 990. These mics are worth well more than the cost and I will be buying several more in the future. Good job Nady and thanks for remembering the little man. We need quality too!

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    5.0

    Room Tuner

    By CC

    from In a house

    Comments about Nady CM100 Reference Measurement Condenser Microphone:

    I wanted a tuner for my room, like a electronic guitar. Something easy to use but would offer something more than just my ears. This Measurement Microphone, along with some free downloaded trial software offered me to "Tune the Room". It worked great and using a sub-woofer it really did detect 20hz to 100hz were my 2-ways were falling off. This thing tracked the frequencys in an excellent way.And the data agreed with my ears...not all speakers and rooms are created the same.

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