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|Transducer||Dynamic (neodymium) 28mm|
|Frequency Response||40Hz - 14kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||Not Specified by Manufacturer|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||115dB|
|Power Requirements||Supplied via USB port|
|Output Impedance||Not Specified by Manufacturer|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||No|
|Dimensions (HxWxD)||8.46 x 2.2 x 2.05" (215 x 56 x 52mm)|
|Weight||21.5 oz (610g)|
The Rode Podcaster is a great choice for voice recordings, and is capable of pro-level quality when used correctly. If you tend to move around a lot when you record, this may not be the best choice for you since condenser mics are better at picking up moving targets.
I was using the AT2020 and it's a great mic but the problem with it is that it would pickup so much of the room causing me to work harder editing my voice overs. I wanted a mic that was a dynamic mic so I would have to talk into the front of it to get my voice and be less likely to pickup anything...
Clear Sound, Durable, Easy To Use, Looks Good, Sounds Great
Expensive, Hard To Find Pop Filter, Heavy
I primarily use my RØDE Podcaster to record voice overs for gameplay videos, so having clean audio that doesn't detract from what's being said and happening on screen is really important to me. I do not regret purchasing this microphone and am greatly satisfied with it's performance.
I'm not sure where to start here... On the whole the RØDE Podcaster is so much better than my previous microphone it isn't funny. It captures great audio without picking up a ton of background noise and is solidly built.
Strictly speaking, as it is a USB microphone it is not going to be the -best- quality audio. It is however great for what it is.