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CAD Audio takes musician's problems and solves them - it's really as simple as that. It all started when C.M. Chorpening and F.H. Woodworth, two ham radio operators, teamed up in 1931 to tackle the task of creating a static-free microphone for their transmitters - which they accomplished with the model D-104 microphone. Today, CAD Audio offers a full range of audio equipment for all your audio applications. In this section, the focus is on CAD condenser mics. So, if you're in the market for a condenser microphone that delivers superior performance at an affordable price, you've definitely come to the right spot. Let's start by checking out one of CAD's top-selling condenser bundles, the GXL2200 BPSP Studio Pack. Containing one GXL2000BP Cardioid mic, one GXL1200BP Small Diaphragm Cardioid mic, a pair of studio headphones and a pop filter, it has everything you need to record music in a single, money-saving package. This kit is geared toward the amateur audiophile with both the GXL2000BP and the GXL1200BP being touted as general purpose microphones that function exceptionally well in home recording studio settings. On the other hand, if you consider yourself more of an audio expert, a mic like the CAD Equitek E100S Large Diaphragm Condenser may be right up your alley. This high-end microphone has one of the lowest noise floors for its class (3.7 dBa) which means your output will be clean, clear and free of unwanted pops and crackles. From vocals to percussion, acoustic instruments and everything in between, the CAD Equitek E100S condenser mic is a versatile tool for the stage, the studio and anywhere else you decide to set up and jam. CAD has been manufacturing outstanding audio equipment for over three-quarters of a century - so they know a thing or two about recording and live performance gear. This section is home to an impressive catalog of CAD condenser microphones ranging from thin, pencil cardioid mics like the CAD C9 to multi-directional models like the GXL3000BP Multi-Pattern. If you want to add a professional edge to your music, CAD condenser microphones are the way to go.