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How to connect a microphone to a Nady SRA 2150?

Using a Shure SM 58-CN mic with XLR connects

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Contact Nady. They should be able to tell you how to connect the mic to their system.

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The easiest way to find a service agent near you for your microphone is to contact Shure at the following;

All service and repair issues for Shure, QSC, Phonic, Sound Devices and Radial products are handled directly by Shure Distribution UK. Please contact them at the following for information on service and repair issues:

Shure Distribution UK
Unit 2
The I.O. Centre
Lea Road
Waltham Abbey
EN91AS

Phone: 44(0) 1992 703058
Fax: 44(0) 1992 703057
email service@shuredistribution.co.uk

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