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Audix SCX1-C

Discussion in 'Studio Products' started by audiokid, Jan 26, 2011.

  1. audiokid

    audiokid Staff

    Studio Condenser Microphone. Interchagable capsules available

    Designed, machined, assembled and tested by Audix in the USA, the SCX1-C is
    a professional studio cardioid condenser microphone designed for a wide variety recording, broadcast, and live sound applications. Known for its sensitivity, pinpoint accuracy, low profile, and consistency, the SCX1-C is also available with hypercardioid (model SCX1-HC) or omnidirectional (model SCX1-O) capsules.

    With a smooth uniform frequency response from 40 Hz - 20 kHz, the SCX1-C is very consistent when responding to on and off-axis signals, and exhibiting excellent phase coherence and minimal proximity effect. The SCX1-C is characterized with a wide cardioid polar pattern; this, coupled with the high output and sensitivity of the microphone, makes the SCX1-C an ideal choice for miking overhead, room ambience, orchestral sections, stringed instruments, piano, vibes, and sound effects.

    Other features include a 21 mm gold vapor capsule miniaturized electronics, and an extremely small footprint. The SCX1-C will handle sound pressure levels of 130 dB and will provide up to 20 dB of ambient noise rejection. In addition to acoustical instruments, the SCX1-C is an excellent choice for group vocals, speech, or foley work.

    The SCX1, which is manufactured to exacting standards and tight tolerances, features a precision machined brass body, interchangeable capsules, black e-coat finish, laser etched model and serial number, Switchcraft ® XLR connector, and
    includes a heavy duty nylon clip.


    Applications

    • Studio vocals, lead and backing
    • Choir
    • Ambient room miking
    • Drum overheads
    • Audience mic for ear monitors
    • Flute, bells, chimes, maimba, vibes, piano
    • Acoustic stringed instruments
     

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