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Rode M3 Condenser Mic with Battery Option

Product Code: 417360

Rode M3 Studio and Location Multi Powered Condenser Microphone. The M3 is an extremely versatile ...

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Rode M3 Condenser Microphone

Rode M3 Studio and Location Multi Powered Condenser Microphone. The M3 is an extremely versatile microphone that is at home in the studio, on location, or wherever a low-noise wide-response cardioid condenser microphone is demanded. An end address condenser microphone, the M3 offers a battery status LED, and a High Pass Filter. The M3 also comes complete with windshield and a stand mount, and can be powered via a 9V battery or 48V Phantom.

Microphone Response: 40Hz -20,000Hz
Microphone Impedance: 200Ω
Microphone Maximum SPL: 142dB
Microphone Signal-to-Noise: 73dB
Microphone Sensitivity: -40dB ±3dB re 1V/Pa @ 1kHz(6.3mV/Pa @ 94dB SPL)
Microphone Self Noise: 21dBA
Microphone Connector: 3 pin XLR
Microphone Diameter: Ø33mm
Microphone Powering: 48V Phantom Powering / 1.6mA - battery
Physical Height: 225mm x Ø33mm
Physical Weight: 390g
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Magazine Reviews
Sound on Sound, November 2007 "A well-engineered cardioid electret microphone that is capable of handling just about anything, with a remarkable degree of competence for the price. Smooth-sounding, with good extension at both ends of the spectrum, and the ability to cope with high SPLs, this is a very flexible mic, aided further by its ability to run on an internal 9V battery or phantom power." https://www.soundonsound.com/sos/nov07/articles/rodem3.htm
Customer Reviews
  • Verified Customer
    on 30 July 2015
    I had borrowed a friend's pair of Rode NT3s, and really liked them on acoustic guitars and vocals. I couldn't justify the cost for my project studio, so I plumped for a Rode M3 from Studiospares. It's a fantastic mic for the money; it sounds much better than the £70-ish I paid. Is it as good as the NT3? Probably not, but the distance in money doesn't reflect the distance in quality. I will probably buy a second one in time; I am very pleased with the purchase.