CAD Audio originally took shape as the Astatic Corporation in 1931, founded by C.M. Chorpening and F.H. Woodworth. CAD (Conneaut Audio Devices) Professional Microphones was initially formed in 1988 as the Pro Audio division of the company to design and manufacture microphones for the recording and live sound markets, segments not served by Astatic. Initially, CAD introduced a revolutionary servo circuit console and breakthrough processing products, then went on to develop a series of innovative and cost-effective high performance studio microphones
Now Astatic and CAD have been re-branded as CAD Audio to combine the strength of their new technologies and expand their already unmatched offering of microphones for different applications while simplifying and streamlining sales, distribution and marketing efforts for the coming years.
CAD Audio offers four series of products—Recording, Live Performance, Astatic Commercial and Personal Audio—that will further grow and evolve as the company continues to build on over 80 years of innovation and success in the audio industry.
Find more product info on the CAD. website.