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Rode NT1000 Condenser Mic

Product Code: 417070

RODE NT1000 CONDENSER MICROPHONE CARDIOID The NT1000 is essentially a solid state version of the...

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RODE NT1000 CONDENSER MICROPHONE CARDIOID The NT1000 is essentially a solid state version of the NTK Valve microphone. It is a fact that solid state circuitry is inherently quieter than valves. The NT1000 confirms this as the signal/noise ratio is 4dB better than the NTK. The transformerless output immediately designs out possibilities of ringing, distortions and inevitably costs less to manufacture. The dynamic range of 134dBA is more than adequate for normal or even enthusiastic studio and PA applications. The frequency response is noticably smooth with small presence peaks at around 5kHz and 12kHz. Since there is no switched high pass filter to eliminate subsonic frequencies we recommend the optional elastic suspension be used. Otherwise the mixer s low frequency filter will have to be activated. The build quality follows Rode s usual solid construction techniques. Supplied complete with a stand adaptor. Optional Elastic Suspension Code 417-090

Microphone Capsule: 1.00 inch
Microphone Response: 20Hz-20kHz
Microphone Impedance: 100 ohms
Microphone Maximum SPL: 140dB
Microphone Dynamic Range: 134 dB
Microphone Signal-to-Noise: 88dB (A weighted)
Microphone Self Noise: 6dB (A weighted)
Microphone Connector: 3-pin XLR Output
Microphone Pad Switches: None
Microphone Powering: Phantom 6mA @ P48 (35v - 53v)
Physical Height: 209 x 50mm
Physical Weight: 682 g
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