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Rode NT-K Mic Cardioid

Product Code: 417080

RODE NTK CONDENSER TUBE MICROPHONE CARDIOID The Rode NTK is based on a one inch capsule and a 6...

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RODE NTK CONDENSER TUBE MICROPHONE CARDIOID The Rode NTK is based on a one inch capsule and a 6922 double triode valve. Solid state components are used to drive the output stage which produces an SPL of 158 dB. The capsule is soft mounted to reduce stand borne subsonic frequencies. Sound quality is warm and smooth, sometimes described as detailed and larger than life. The output seems able to cut through the mix which might be attributed to the slight presence peaks at 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 response is within + 6db from 20Hz to 20kHz. Construction is excellent with much attention to detail. The NTK is supplied complete with a power supply which generates the rail and filament voltages for the valve. Stand mount included but we recommend using the SM2 which will largely attenuate stand borne noise. Optional SM2 Elastic Suspension Code 417-090

Microphone Capsule: Externally polarized 1" pressure-gradient condenser
Microphone Response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz
Microphone Impedance: 200 ohm
Microphone Maximum SPL: > 158dB
Microphone Dynamic Range: > 147dB
Microphone Signal-to-Noise: >82 dB
Microphone Sensitivity: -38dB re 1V/Pa
Microphone Self Noise: 12 dBA
Microphone Connector: XLR
Microphone Diameter: 55mm
Physical Height: 208 x 55mm x 55mm
Physical Weight: 760gm
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