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[NAMM] Rode NTR ribbon microphone

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Ribbon Microphone from RODE .

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Rode is at NAMM 2015 to introduce several new products, including the NTR ribbon studio microphone.

Rode debuts on the NTR mic a new mic that completely isolates the ribbon from the rest of the frame and body. The ribbon itself has a new conception and uses 1.8µ thick aluminum laser cut with a proprietary technology. This ribbon is protected by the same metal grille that equips the SMR windshield.

Specifications:

  • Side address ribbon microphone
  • Bidirectional polar pattern
  • Frequency response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz
  • Output impedance: 200 Ohms
  • Max SPL: 130 dB SPL (@ 1 kHz)
  • Sensitivity: -30.5 dB re 1V/Pa
  • Equivalent noise level: 15 dB A-weighted
  • Built-in shockmount
  • Dimensions: 216 x 65 x 65mm
  • Weight: 1047g

The new Rode NTR will be available in February. More info at www.rodemic.com.

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