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RODE Large diaphragm condenser microphones user reviews

  • RODE NT1-A

    RODE NT1-A - "My go to mic for almost everything!!!"


    The Rode NT1-A is a cardioid-pattern, large-diaphragm condenser mic. It is probably the quietest mic you can buy for a measly 350 dollars. It boast an impressive signal input noise of just 5 DB, better than many professional quality condenser mics. F…

  • RODE NT1-A

    RODE NT1-A - "try it"


    The RODE NT1A is a condenser microphone that is great for vocals. Especially if you are recording in a untreated room. This mic can really help your sound quality in a “bad” recording environment. I have seen college kids use this to record with in t…


    RODE NT2A - "All-purpose, good performing mic"


    Very versatile, due to the polar patterns available (omni, cardioid, figure 8) and low-pass, as well as pad: You can record percussion vocals, piano and everything else you want, with the only condition that you need to have some time to test the set…

  • RODE NT1000

    RODE NT1000 - "love this mic."


    I think this mic is a phenom for instruments, acoustic guitar was awesome. Female vocal was also pretty awesome, clean, some make vocals are great on it if they are higher pitched. My rich baritone voice is not very warm on it though. Every one I rec…

  • RODE NT1

    RODE NT1 - moosers's review


    The Rode NT1 is the original version of the NT1 microphone, which has been replaced by the popular NT1A. I don't believe that there's too much of a difference between the two of them other than I don't believe that this one being many any more. The…

  • RODE NT1

    RODE NT1 - " Superb"


    Singing or overhead studio application  OVERALL OPINION 6 months of use. Simply splendid. Very neutral, can be use with a tube preamp.…

  • RODE NT1000

    RODE NT1000 - moosers's review


    The Rode NT1000 is a large diaphragm condenser microphone that is designed for use in the recording studio.  I wouldn't bring this mic outside of the studio as it is too fragile for live shows and I generally wouldn't use a condenser outside of the s…

  • RODE NT2000

    RODE NT2000 - moosers's review


    The Rode NT2000 is a large diaphragm condenser microphone designed for use in the recording studio.  I wouldn't use this mic outside the studio at all and I imagine that most would be smart enough not to do so anyway.  It has three knobs on it that e…


    RODE NT2A - mooseherman's review


    This condenser mic is primarily a studio mic. I've never heard of it being used live, and wouldn't recommend it. I have used it mainly on vocals and guitars, both electric and acoustic. I've heard that they've been used to record an amped Fender Rhod…

  • RODE NT1

    RODE NT1 - M Elise's review


    This is an large diaphragm condenser microphone. I have owned one for over 10 years. At the time it was relatively inexpensive for a large diaphragm condenser and got good reviews so thats why I bought it. It has no extra features or switches but …