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Rode updates its NT1 condenser microphone

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RODE NT1 (2013)
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RODE NT1 (2013)

Large diaphragm condenser microphone from RODE .

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Rode will release in January 2014 a new version of its NT1 condenser microphone.

For this new version of the NT1, Rode performed a rebooking of the body with a mate black finish and added a new 1" HF6 capsule, quieter electronics and a Rycote Lyre capsule shock mount. The microphone is manufactured in Australia.

Specifications:

  • Pressure gradient condenser microphone
  • Cardioid polar pattern
  • Frequency response: 20Hz – 20kHz
  • Output impedance: 100 Ohms
  • Max output level: +8dBu (1kHz, 1% THD @ 1k Ohm load)
  • Sensitivity: –29dB re 1V/Pa (±2dB @ 1kHz)
  • Dynamic range: 128dB SPL
  • Max SPL: 132dB SPL
  • Signal/Noise ratio: 90dBA SPL
  • JFET impedance converter with bipolar output buffer
  • Weight: 395g

 

The new NT1 will be available in January 2014 for the price of £239, and will ship with a Rycote SMR shock mount with removable anti-pop filter and a pouch.

Another version of the mic with a RM2 clip will be available later in 2014.

Rode adds that the NT1-A is not discontinued.

More info at www.rodemic.com/nt1.

 

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