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|Transducer||(Polarized 1" Pressure-Gradient) Condenser|
|Frequency Response||20 Hz - 20 kHz, (+/- 1.6 dB)|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||> 134 dB (A-Weighted, per IEC268-15)|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||> 88 dB (A-Weighted, per IEC268-15)|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||> 140 dB SPL, (@ 1 kHz, 1% THD into 1k Ohm Load)|
|Power Requirements||Phantom 6mA @ P48 (35v - 53v)|
|Output Impedance||100 Ohms|
|Output Connectors||XLR-3M Type|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||None|
|Dimensions||8.36 x 2" (209 x 50mm) LxDdiameter|
|Weight||24.1 oz. (682 g)|
It works great but it already opened and a lot of scratches on the products. I thought I bought a used item
No complaints. Does the job.
I wanted something like this to replace the shock mount so that I could get the mic closer to my mouth while saying out of frame when filming. Works perfectly with my Rode NT1 and is of high quality construction.
As an engineer within a fast moving production each week, my RODE overheads are of key importance, but are also the first to get knocked over or detached improperly. The clip itself is a good design, however the plastic is a tad brittle, and will easily break if it hits the ground.
These very stable clips are an inexpensive alternative to shock mount types. Perfect for home recording.
Rode lists this RM2 stand mount as being compatible with the NT1-A. While it does hold the Rode NT1-A microphone by the bottom threaded collar, there is significant play. This is because the ID of the RM2 mounting hole is way larger than the OD of the threaded collar on the NT1-A.