The Audix Piano Microphone System includes a matched pair of SCX-25A studio condenser microphones, Dflex microphone mounts, a pair of 20 foot Monster cables, and an aluminum road case. The SCX-25A microphones are matched in sensitivity and frequency response to provide accurate stereo reproduction of piano for recording and live sound application.
The Audix SCX-25 studio condenser microphone features a unique design to coincide with it's exceptional audio reproduction. The cardioid capsule is shock mounted within a machined brass ring. The result is complete isolation from the microphone body with significant reduction of noise caused by vibration, without an external shock mount. The SCX-25 yields a wide linear frequency response of 20Hz to 20kHz, resulting in accurate signal reproduction, no matter the source.The cardioid polar pattern effectively minimizes noise at the off-axis section of the microphone capsule, reducing ambient noise and feedback. The slim profile of the SCX-25 enables the microphone to be used in an array of instrument capturing applications as well as vocal reproduction. The SCX-25 excels in capturing piano, acoustic guitar, brass, xylophone (vibes), drum overheads, marimba, percussion and more.
- Matched For Stereo Capturing
- The stereo pair of SCX-25 microphones are matched in sensitivity and frequency response to ensure accurate stereo reproduction.
- Low Profile Capsule Design
- The capsule features a slim profile, ideal for placement at acoustic pianos, vibes, acoustic guitars, overheads, percussion and more.
- Necessary Accessories for Piano Capturing
- This package includes the Dflex mounts which pivot for easy positioning underneath the sound board of a piano. Also included are two 20-foot Monster microphone cables and carry case.
- Wide Linear Frequency Response
- The SCX-25 features a linear 20Hz to 20kHz frequency response which accurately reproduces audio in pristine detail no matter the source.
- Cardioid Polar Pattern
- The cardioid polar pattern effectively minimizes noise and ambiance at the off-axis sections of the capsule.