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Nady SPC-10 Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone
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The SPC-10 is the first general-purpose hand-held vocal microphone of its kind to feature a studio-quality large diaphragm condenser element. Perfect...Click To Read More About This Product
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Uncompromised studio-quality sound for the stage.
The SPC-10 is the first general-purpose hand-held vocal microphone of its kind to feature a studio-quality large diaphragm condenser element. Perfect for all live entertainment, recording, and broadcast applications requiring uncompromised studio quality sound. It features a large-diameter (1"), ultrathin membrane, gold evaporated pressure-gradient condenser capsule, and transformerless FET circuitry for superior audio with unsurpassed warmth and transparency. 30Hz-20kHz frequency response. Tight cardioid pattern. Low-cut switch for rolling off low frequencies: 80Hz, 12dB/octave.
Requires phantom power.
Large diameter (1"), ultrathin membrane, gold evaporated pressure-gradient condenser capsule
Transformerless FET circuitry
30Hz-20kHz frequency response
Tight cardioid pattern
Low-cut switch for rolling off low frequencies: 80Hz, 12dB/octave
Superior audio with unsurpassed warmth and transparency
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I wanted a GOOD condenser mic for vocal recording. Also , I did not want a big bulky mic with the "birds nest" type wire and spring holder. Man, this is IT !! A Great mic for a really good price. A bargin at twice the price. Nady Rocks.
I purchased this mic because I have tried to use large diaphram condenser mics, specifically the Behringer B-2 in live situations unsuccessfully. I prefer the sound and presence of that type of mic over the traditional (SM58, etc). This mic does definitely have that sound and presence, which is great for my tastes. The one thing it does need is and on/off switch. It is a very sensitive mic and picks up hand sounds when touching or moving it. I do not hold a mic when I sing as I'm playing keyboards, but for someone who does frequently hold a mic it would take some adaptation. I also use a Pro-Co Coughdrop momentary switch with my set up, so I can mute the mic at any time with my foot. I switched the low-cut on right after I hooked it up as it does have a strong proximity effect for bass presence. It doesn't seem to be the kind of mic you get right on top of as it picks up so well. I like the sound of it, so it is what I wanted, but if you don't like or are not used to this type of mic, you probably won't like, and will have difficulty using it. I have not had it long enough to comment on the sturdiness of it. It does require phantom power, and dynamic mics are generally more durable. It has a good protective case. If large diaphram condenser sound is what you want the price makes it a fantastic value.
I have a U-87 I have used for years. When I saw the SPC-10 I had to try it. To have studio quality in a hand heald for a wee fraction of the price is ... well it's ... Thanks NADY!
I bought this mic on a whim with the intention of using it live. I A-B tested in the studio with an Oktava 219 which I carfully chose about 12 years ago (I chose mine bylistening to many, including an AKG 414 & U87.Ndy blows away the Oktava! It souns HUGE, transparent and breathy. It totally shocked all of us!!! This mic is a bargin at 10X the price!!!!Don't miss out on this one!
C'mon now. I've pushed more microphones around than I care to remember. When I want a vocal mic, I use nothing other than a large-diaphragm condenser. Even a cheap one will beat the crap out of an SM57-style dynamic mic for the application. This mic is the best live vocal mic I have used. Now remember the following caveats: 1. It needs phantom power. 2. I always use a tube preamp behind it. 3. It is very sensitive.If you want super clean vocals live cheap, just buy it.
i have never writen a review on anything..... but this thing blew me away. THE PRICE! (shaking my head) honestly, i was ready to buy an un-named handheld condencer that sells for about a grand, had to order string, saw this mic while i was browsing and figured i might as well grab it since it was so cheep. thought i'd check it out for the hell of it and give it to my piano player since he needed a beater for back-ups. well.... I'M KEEPING IT! need i say more?