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Shure releases Nexadyne dynamic microphone platform

The Revonic Dual Transducer Technology is designed for maximising vocal performance
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The Revonic Dual Transducer Technology is designed for maximising vocal performance

Shure says the new Revonic Dual Transducer Technology in its Nexadyne mics heralds a new era of vocal precision.

Available now in both cardioid and supercardioid polar patterns, Shure’s new Nexadyne mics are built on the company’s patented Revonic Dual Transducer Technology. Most dynamic microphones are designed with only one transducer. The Revonic Technology, however,  implements two precisely matched transducers which Shure says minimizes the amount of time and effort required by sound engineers to make performers’ live vocals sound exceptional and cut through the mix. 

The idea is that the transducers work together to provide a greater range of acoustic optimization, maximizing specific frequencies and minimizing unwanted noise, especially handling noise and mechanical vibration. This built-in signal processing delivers a stronger output than traditional single transducer designs, while subsequently removing the need for a traditional pneumatic shock mount and time-consuming, corrective audio editing. 

Nexadyne dynamic vocal XLR microphones and wireless capsules are available now for $299 in both cardioid (NXN8/C) and supercardioid (NXN8/S) polar patterns. Wired mics are available in black; wireless capsules in both black and nickel finishes. They will also be available bundled with Shure’s digital wireless ecosystems starting this summer, including Axient Digital, ULX-D, QLX-D, and SLX-D.



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