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Audix SCX25APS Piano Miking System

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Piano Miking System featuring a pair of SCX25A large diaphragm condensers with mounts.

Audix SCX25APS Piano Miking System

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Product Description

Reproduction of piano sound is extremely challenging, particularly during live performances when other instruments are present. Ambient sounds near the piano often bleed into the piano microphones. To circumvent sound leakage, the piano is often played in the short stick or closed lid positions. The Audix SCX25A produces a highly transparent and remarkably accurate sound. This attribute combined with the SCX25A's low profile and phase coherent reproduction, make the SCX25A the optimum piano microphone for live sound or broadcast environments.


To further enhance the ease of placement, two DFLEX mounting clips accompany the SCX25A and can be easily attached directly to the piano rail, enabling the SCX25A to be securely placed anywhere on the sound board.


The SCX25A is undeniably the most compact, large diaphragm microphone on the market. It boasts an innovative design and patented capsule system. This pack includes two high quality, quad conductor microphone cables with braided shielding which helps reduce noise induction from external sources.



2 - SCX25A condensers

2 - D-flex mounts

2 - 20' studio mic cables

1 - Aluminum case.

Additional Information

Brand Audix
Stock Status Special Order Item - Typically Ships within 1-2 Days
Shipping Free Ground Shipping - on orders of $99.95 and above. Flat rate - $9.99 on smaller orders.

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