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|Package Weight||1.95 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||9.6 x 5.2 x 2.9"|
|Frequency Response||20Hz to 17kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||131dB, 1kHz at Max SPL|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||80dB, 1kHz at 1Pa|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||145dB SPL, 1kHz at 1% T.H.D.; 155dB SPL, with 10 dB pad (nominal)|
|Power Requirements||11-52VDC, 7mA typical (both channels total)|
|Transducer||Fixed-charge back plate permanently polarized condenser|
|Output Connectors||5-pin XLR Output (5-Pin to dual 3-Pin XLR Cable Supplied)|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||80Hz, 12dB / octave|
|Dimensions (LxDiameter)||7.32 x 1.87" (186.0 x 47.5mm)|
|Weight||9.5 oz (269g)|
|Output Impedance||170 ohms|
|Polar Pattern||X/Y Stereo|
I use this for ambient recordings - I'm usually recording as part of gathering material for video, and so I have enough gear without a multiple-mic stereo setup. This offers a pleasing stereo image, low noise for getting quieter ambient sounds, and nice response for, say, rain drops hitting bricks...
It took me a while to post this review because I did not have any sound recorder to test with. I did ensure that it did work by hooking it up to a friend's mixer, but it wasn't until we rented a Zoom F8 at work that I was able to hear what the BP4025 could really do.
Love everything about it - sound quality, no existent self noise, ergonomics, ability to fit inside Rode blimp! I wish I had a 4 channels recorder so I will justify a second one... :-)
Purchased this mic based on a number of exceptional examples from other respected field recordists I have heard using this mic. I have been looking for that perfect-almost mic for professional field recording.
This mic sounds great! It's ver easy to use and great for recording sound effects.
Got this to replace the stereo mic that comes with the Sony PMW-F3. This mic blows the Sony away! It has a really nice sound and relatively low noise.
I use this microphone in filming sporting events with my Canon XF100. The signal is significantly louder than the on board mic on the XF100 so at loud events like sports arenas you may want to attenuate the signal. The stock cable that comes with this mic is 5 feet long.
I bought this microphone to use with my canon xa10. It sounds wonderful!! Better than I was expecting.
Audio Technic engineers help me to select this mic for the gig i was going to do recording very loud band in a club when the sound guy wouldn't let you hook to sound board. With the adjustments on mic and camera i was able to record in a room with 150db without distorion once you fine your sweet...
I upgraded to this microphone from the Rode Stereo VidMic (3.5mm microphone adapter). With this being my first XLR Mic I was excited to use it based on the other reviews I have read, and the sound samples I listened to. This microphone is amazing. Audio recorded sounds very rich and clear.