Nady Systems SCM 800 User Manual

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NADY SCM 800

USER GUIDE

Congratulations on purchasing a Nady SCM 800 FET Condenser Microphone. These superior microphones are perfect for recording studio vocals, acoustic instruments, orchestras and choral groups, ambient instrument audio, and many live sound applications. Powerful and versatile, the SCM 800 microphones meet the stringent requirements of even the most demanding digital recording and live broadcasting applications.

This user guide covers the operation of the SCM 800 microphone and the available optional accessories.

To take full advantage of the superb features of your microphone, and to enjoy long and trouble-free use, please read this user's guide carefully.

UNPACKING, INSPECTION, STORAGE AND TRANSPORT

Your SCM 800 microphone was carefully packed at the factory, and the shipping carton that was designed to protect the unit during shipping. Please retain this container for subsequent transport and in the highly unlikely event that you ever need to return your microphone for servicing. The optional SMCC-2 aluminum carrying case is highly recommended for the most convenient and safe transport or permanent storage. It has roomy compartments for your SCM 800 microphone and all available accessories, plus XLR cables.

STANDARD ITEMS SUPPLIED

 

OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES

 

SCM 800 microphone

 

48V phantom power supply (SMPS-1)

 

User guide

 

Aluminum flight case (SMCC-2)

 

Warranty card

 

Shockmount (SSM-3)

 

 

 

Foam windscreen (FW-2)

 

 

 

 

 

FEATURES

 

 

 

Perfect for all recording and broadcasting applications—featuring large-diaphragm true condenser design, transformerless low-noise/high-dynamic-range output, high SPL capacity, cardioid polar pattern pickup, FET preamps, and rugged internal shock mounts

Provides the accurate, no-compromise sound reproduction of a high end studio mic at a fraction of the cost

Compact and durable, with a precision turned brass housing

WARNING

The capsule is the heart of your condenser microphone. If it becomes dirty or wet , the sound will be degraded. Never spray any liquid on the microphone head. Always use a foam windscreen if you talk or sing close to the microphone grill screen.

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