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Rode NT3 Condenser Mic

Product Code: 417060

Rode NT3 CARDIOID The NT3 is a 48V phantom powered true condenser microphone ...

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Rode NT3 CARDIOID The NT3 is a 48V phantom powered true condenser microphone which can also be battery powered with 9V PP3. The cardioid pick up pattern allows the NT3 to be used in tight situations where feedback from an adjacent instrument could be a problem. The response is well controlled from the audio extremes of 20Hz to 20kHz. Extremes of sound level are also handled with ease as the maximum SPL level is 140dB. The output is transformerless so the output signal is not coloured by transformer distortions or ringing. The metal body has a nickel finish, is well balanced and has a solid feel. The capsule is soft mounted to minimise handling or stage borne noise. Supplied complete with a zip pouch, wind shield and a stand mount with 3/8 and 5/8inch threads.
Microphone Capsule: 0.75"
Microphone Response: 20Hz-20kHz
Microphone Impedance: 200 Ohms
Microphone Maximum SPL: 140dB
Microphone Dynamic Range: 123dB
Microphone Signal-to-Noise: 77dB
Microphone Sensitivity: -39.0dB
Microphone Connector: XLR-3M Type
Microphone Pad Switches: None
Microphone Powering: +9.5dBu
Physical Height: 206 x 32mm
Physical Weight: 371g
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Sound on Sound, November 2000 "A true condenser mic from Oz which provides extraordinary value for money in a rugged package. A fixed hypercardioid pattern and the option of internal battery or phantom powering makes this a flexible workhorse for all types of recording." https://www.soundonsound.com/sos/nov00/articles/rodent3.htm
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