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Rode NTG3 Black Broadcast Mic

Product Code: 417555

The NTG-3B is the result of years of development by RØDE engineers, providing the professional...

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The NTG-3B is the result of years of development by R DE engineers, providing the professional broadcast and film industries with an affordable yet uncompromising microphone. Using a technology known as RF-bias the R DE NTG-3B is almost completely resistant to moisture, making it the only option when recording in any demanding environments where condensation is an issue. In addition to its robust properties the NTG-3B combines very low weight (163g), a durable anti-glare finish and incredibly low handling and self-noise (13dBA) to become R DE's premier A/V microphone. When not in use the NTG-3B can be stored away in the included weather resistant aluminium storage cylinder, providing additional protection when travelling and storing the microphone. Matte black finish.
Microphone Capsule: 0.50"
Microphone Response: 40Hz - 20kHz
Microphone Impedance: 25Ω
Microphone Maximum SPL: 130dB
Microphone Sensitivity: -30.0dB
Microphone Self Noise: 13dB-A
Microphone Connector: 3-pin XLR
Microphone Diameter: 19mm
Microphone Powering: 44~52V min 5mA
Physical Height: 255mm x 19mm x 19mm
Physical Weight: 163g
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