Nady Systems has been designing, manufacturing, and marketing wireless microphones since 1976. One of the first wireless innovators, Nady has sold millions of wireless systems worldwide, and continues to provide some of the most innovative/ highest performing products on the market at the most competitive prices.
John Nady, an electronics engineer/musician and founder/CEO of Nady Systems, was the first to tackle the complex issue of noise reduction in wireless microphones. In the early ‘70’s, he succeeded in developing and patenting a companding process for wireless which continues to set the industry standard for clear, natural sound. Nady’s original marketing was strictly in music and pro audio, and by 1985, 80% of the world’s top performing acts were using Nady wireless. Nady introduced the concept of wireless technology to many of the biggest name headliners at that time including Madonna, Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi, Aerosmith, Styx, Neil Young...and the Rolling Stones. In 1987, Nady introduced the legendary — and very affordable — 101/201 Series, opening the world of wireless to virtually everyone. Nady is also widely credited with having developed the world’s first In-Ear Monitor System (1978), as well as the first PLL Synthesized UHF wireless, the UHF-950 (1991).
Nady microphones have also been the #1 choice for many public speaking / broadcasting applications and widely used in schools and meeting halls. The earliest successes in the realm of television production included featured use of Nady wireless on both the 1978 Grammy and Golden Globe Award shows. Popular in the church market, Nady mics were first prominently used by the top television evangelists in the early 1980’s. Today, Nady gear is widely used by churches and other houses of worship throughout the country.
In 1996, Nady Systems was recognized by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences with an Emmy for Outstanding Technical Achievement in pioneering wireless microphone technology. This prestigious award acknowledged Nady's ground breaking contributions to the field.
Since the early 1980’s, Nady has been expanding its product line beyond wireless microphones. Early expansion included motorcycle communicators, two-way transceivers, assistive listening devices, telephone headsets, wired microphones and audio accessories for video and camcorder systems. In 1999, Nady launched a full professional audio line—Nady Audio—which now includes a broad spectrum of high-quality, durable and affordable audio gear: mixers, amplifiers, crossovers, EQ’s, pro rack gear, consoles, speakers, headphones, studio mics and drum, instrument, and specialty microphones. With distribution in over 100 countries on 6 continents, Nady products are recognized worldwide for their unique combination of quality and value.