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  • Dreaming LateDreaming Late

    Very good stereo microphone jacks

    RODE NT55Published on 12/17/13 at 08:46
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See other descriptions.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 1 year and a half, (very effective) essentially directional mode for recording acoustic guitar or percussion. The sound is clear, good dynamics, and I get a very high quality in my mix without having to retouch frequencies.

    I really do not know what value the cardioid heads, however, some tests I made gave a good result (choirs, but not for microphones head).

    I also have a Rhode NT1, too sensitive for my taste, and most importantly, a U87 (awesome). But NT55 which at top for stereo sound taken on major trends.

    In short, for me, these are microphones very good price / quality ratio, I do not regret for having purchased.
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    See other descriptions.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 1 year and a half, (very effective) essentially directional mode for recording acoustic guitar or percussion. The sound is clear, good dynamics, and I get a very high quality in my mix without having to retouch frequencies.

    I really do not know what value the cardioid heads, however, some tests I made gave a good result (choirs, but not for microphones head).

    I also have a Rhode NT1, too sensitive for my taste, and most importantly, a U87 (awesome). But NT55 which at top for stereo sound taken on major trends.

    In short, for me, these are microphones very good price / quality ratio, I do not regret for having purchased.
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  • Yann KovicYann Kovic

    An excellent mic tight budget

    RODE NT55Published on 09/12/10 at 08:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This type of condenser microphone is a pressure gradient.

    He has two caps:

    A cardioid and omnidirectional.

    It also includes:

    A gain selector 0, -10,-20dB.
    A high pass filter selector "flat", 75Hz, 150 Hz

    It is intended for taking string instruments like acoustic guitar, but can have other uses. I experiment for the time taken before an amp.
    on the other hand it is not good for her voice too much pop!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since May 2009.
    I love its flat frequency response and sensitivity.
    Rode warranty is 10 years!

    Curiously, it is sometimes too sensitive in the high register, it is therefore necessary before taking a well isolated.

    Value for money: unbeatabl…
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    This type of condenser microphone is a pressure gradient.

    He has two caps:

    A cardioid and omnidirectional.

    It also includes:

    A gain selector 0, -10,-20dB.
    A high pass filter selector "flat", 75Hz, 150 Hz

    It is intended for taking string instruments like acoustic guitar, but can have other uses. I experiment for the time taken before an amp.
    on the other hand it is not good for her voice too much pop!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since May 2009.
    I love its flat frequency response and sensitivity.
    Rode warranty is 10 years!

    Curiously, it is sometimes too sensitive in the high register, it is therefore necessary before taking a well isolated.

    Value for money: unbeatable consumer hardware.

    I would do this choice with your eyes closed ... Go for it!
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