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Nady Systems

Jul 1, 2007 7:10 PM

November 2006—Nady Systems' (www.nady.com) newest flagship product is the $739 UWS-1. Featuring true-diversity circuitry, it's available in three frequency bands in the 760 to 864MHz range. The PLL-controlled system has 1,000 user-selectable channels per band. The receiver uses dual rear-mount, right-angle antennae with 9VDC phantom power for optional remote-powered antennae. IF filtering allows operating multiple UWS-1K systems in the same location. Its backlit LCD indicates the selected channel/frequency, SQL level, receiver RF level, A/B diversity status, transmitter battery level and audio LED bar graph. The UH-1K handheld has an internal antenna system and a Nady DM-10D neodymium capsule. It operates for up to 10 hours on two AA batteries.

August 2005—Nady Systems announces two SPL meters for pro applications. The digital DSM-1 offers two level ranges of measurement between 30 dB and 130 dB, and features a 4-digit backlit LCD, maximum hold selector and an alarm that indicates input is above range. The analog ASM-2 has seven sound level ranges for measurements from 50 dB to 126 dB. Both meters include a built-in mic, selectable A or C weighting, fast/slow response modes, a threaded (camera tripod) mount and internal battery tester.

July 2005—Nady's SPC-10 ($89.95) incorporates a studio-quality condenser element with a tight cardioid pattern for feedback rejection. The 1-inch capsule is coupled to transformerless FET circuitry for low distortion across the spectrum. A multi-axis internal shock-mount isolates the capsule from handling noise, and a low-cut switch (12 dB/octave @ 80 Hz) controls proximity effect. The SPC-10 operates on 48V phantom power. Frequency response is 30 to 20k Hz with a max. SPL of 140 dB; impedance is 200 ohms.

July 2005—Part of the Starpower™ Series, the SP-9 ($39.95) from Nady is a dynamic mic with a one-piece molded cartridge built to endure shock and abuse while reducing handling noise. The SP-9's cardioid pattern rejects off-axis sound for immunity to feedback, and a linear response provides detailed reproduction across the spectrum. The SP-9S provides an on/off switch on the mic body. Frequency response is 80 to 12k Hz with a max. SPL of >130 dB (1% THD); impedance is 600 ohms.

July 2002—The UHF-16 ($529.95 handheld with a Shure SM-58 cartridge; $449.95 for the lavalier) is an affordable, new wireless system debuting at this year's Summer NAMM from Nady Wireless. This frequency-agile UHF system (726 to 863 MHz, 16 channels switchable in pre-programmed bands up to 20MHz wide) offers 16 user-selectable channels, up to 500-foot line-of-sight operation, 120dB dynamic range and a selectable Tone Squelch feature for increased protection from RF interference. The half-rack UHF-16 receiver boasts dual-removable antennas, IF filtering for multiple UHF-16 system operation in one location, and comes with the choice of Nady's UB-16 handheld mic with no antenna protrusion, its UH-16 instrument, lav or headworn bodypack with three-way input switch for either input, or the optional Shure cartridge mentioned earlier.

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