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Audix SCX25
Audix SCX25
 
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Audix SCX25-A Studio Cardioid Condenser Microphone

Audix SCX25 Studio Cardioid Condenser Microphone - delivering vocals and acoustic instruments with exceptional detail and realism

Audix SCX25-A Details
The SCX-25 is a condenser microphone with an elegant design and a revolutionary capsule suspension system. Uniquely shock mounted within an intricate machined brass ring, the SCX-25 capsule is completely isolated from the mic body and the electronics. By successfully minimizing acoustic reflections and diffractions, SCX-25 delivers a pure, open-air sound unlike any other microphone, regardless of size or cost.

Delivering a smooth uniform cardioid frequency response from 20 - 20k, the SCX-25 will reproduce vocals and acoustic instruments with exceptional detail and realism. The SCX-25 is very consistent when responding to incoming off-axis signals, exhibiting excellent phase coherence and minimal proximity effect.

By employing miniaturized low noise components, the preamp circuitry for the SCX-25 is housed within a brass microphone body which is merely 4 inches long. The result is the smallest footprint of any large diaphragm microphone to date, allowing the SCX-25 more convenience and freedom when it comes to mic placement. And because of the internal capsule suspension mounting system, the need for costly shock mounts is eliminated and set-up time is greatly simplified.

The SCX-25 operates on phantom power of 48 - 52 Volts. Optimum results will be achieved by using the SCX-25 with a high quality mic preamplifier and premium quality microphone cable.

 

Audix SCX25-A Specifications

  • Transducer Type: Condenser Condenser
  • Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz
  • Polar Pattern: Cardioid
  • Output Impedance: 200 Ohms balanced
  • Sensitivity: 29 mV (ref 1k @ 1 Pascal)
  • Equivalent Noise Level: 14 dB (A weighted)
  • Signal to Noise Ratio: 80 dB (ref 1k @ 1 Pascal)
  • Power Requirements: 48 - 52v phantom
  • Maximum SPL: 138 dB
  • Dynamic Range: 124 dB
  • Cable/Connector: 3 pin gold plated male XLR connector
  • Housing: Machined Brass
  • Weight: 7.8 oz/221 grams (without cable)

Audix SCX25-A Features

  • Innovative design
  • Isolated capsule suspension system
  • Miniaturized pre-amp
  • Extremely small footprint (brass body only 4 inches long)

Audix SCX25-A Applications

  • Studio vocals, lead and backing
  • Voice over
  • Choir
  • Ambient room mic
  • Drum overheads
  • Orchestra
  • Bells, chimes, marimba, vibes
  • Acoustic instruments (piano, sax, strings, guitar, flute)

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A very natural sound April 30, 2011
Reviewer: Sandor from Bonny Doon, CA United States  
I'm fortunate enough to have many great mics in my closet--ribbons, cardiods, dynamics, hybrids. But I must say, the SCX25 sounds different than ANY of them--and I don't mean that in a bad way. Rencenty, I was auditioning mics for a voiceover segment of an instructional video I was working on. I wanted to try to match a certain full, open sound that the source-recorded sound had. Interestingly, in my studio, the same mic that I'd used to record the source sound just didn't sound right. And neither did ANY of the other mics I tried, except the Audix. It had some magic the others lacked. This isn't to say that it's right for everything. But if you're looking for a mic with a pleasant, well balanced, open and unique sound, try auditioning this medium-priced Audix mic.

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