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  • RODE NT1

    RODE NT1 - Wewe's review
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    11/14/02

    I use it to catch votes, and rendering is impeccable. OVERALL OPINION - 2 years - + = The grain, the dynamics, Fidler sound. = the least omnidirectional - Yes (akg, shure, tannoy, Nady) - Trs good value qualitprix - Yes …

  • RODE NT1

    RODE NT1 - Kalou's review
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    10/15/02

    Rode NT1 Static OVERALL OPINION For over two years since I use the Rode NT1, I own a couple and I'm pretty satisfied. Its advantages are among others the "heat", a small bump in the lower medium good place but do not drool and also its abilit…

  • RODE NT1

    RODE NT1 - Hkuro3's review
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    10/06/02

    Very good micro value for money. a warm and friendly couple with a good compressor. OVERALL OPINION Asssaye to the nt 2 if you can. it is more expensive but its capsule gold makes him sound even + veloute …

  • RODE NT2

    RODE NT2 - Scaby's review
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    08/02/02

    Use for voice and instrument. Large diaphragm 1 inch (25mm) with no output transformer. Omni directional and cardio. Cardio used in 99% of uses;) Attnuateur-10dB and 125Hz high-pass -6 and-12dB. Use attnuateur for percussion, and-6dB high pa…

  • RODE NT2

    RODE NT2 - Mike Crophone's review
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    05/01/02

    Condenser microphone transformerless output. Diameter of the capsule: One inch (25.4 mm) gold-plated finish. Cardioid or omnidirectional. Switch to low-frequency attenuation and attenuator-10db. (Oddly on the same switch ... not practical) Comes…

  • RODE NT1

    RODE NT1 - Anonyme's review
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    03/12/02

    It is a track making microphone (song, speech) to be supplied by an electrostatic phatom. OVERALL OPINION I have been using it for a month now and I'm delighted. Despite its appearance PVC, gray, and I must say unsightly, this microphone is really…

  • RODE NT1

    RODE NT1 - odhooghe's review
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    05/19/01

    See General Opinion. The Rode NT1 OVERALL OPINION It is an electrostatic microphone, so it must have 48V phantom power to operate. This means many things: it's fragile, susceptible to rough handling and moisture (do not use as a vocal microphone in…