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|Frequency Response||75Hz - 18kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Power Requirements||None, Dynamic Microphone|
|Output Impedance||320 Ohms|
|Output Connectors||3-pin XLR|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||No|
|Dimensions||53 x 214 x 53mm|
This broadcast mic is right up there with the SM7B in my opinion. The build quality is awesome, made to last, looks and works absolutely great for the two months that I have used it.
Got this bad boy and I don't regret it, I purchased it for my home studio set up because my RodeNT1A is a great mic but I needed something that didn't compromise quality but would reject a lot of room noise, Rode procaster in my opinion is very comparable to the SM7B Musical Background: Music...
Perfect pickup range. Smooth natural sound. No need for extra gain on the front end if using the right set-up. Using a Zoom F8 with 8 mics (7 dynamic) and an F control. Plenty of volume! No problem with noise. Setting the high pass between 80--120.
I was going back and forth between waiting for the PodMic or getting the Procaster or SMB7. After watching a bunch of videos comparing them as well as other podcasters setups, I decided to go with the Procaster...and it hasn’t disappointed. I’m really impressed with the build quality and the sound.
The Procaster is a fantastic microphone. It surpassed my expectations. Comparable to the RE20 and in my opinion better than the MD421 as stated in another review. The construction is very high quality. Great for broadcast. Great for voiceover work as well. Also for vocalists.
Use this with my Rodecaster Pro. Main podcast mic. No regrets. Sounds great. Not too heavy.
We launched a new podcast with these mics, along with the Rode ProCaster. We were shocked at how the products made our new podcast sound like we had been doing shows for years with really high end or costly equipment. I went back and bought one more for a third option.
I am the host of a short show on PBS in NJ. I had been recording my voice-overs at the filmmakers studio using the recorder in his camera. I decided for convenience to buy a microphone, recorder and earphones to record the voice overs at home and send the filmmaker the sound clips via the internet.
I went from a cheaper podcast-friendly mic to this one and the difference is incredible. Depending on your voice and mic positioning, plosives may still be an issue, but that can be easily solved with the windscreen that can be purchased as well.
I bought this microphone for recording voiceovers for my church's radio program. The quality of the sound is excellent and the microphone does a great job of excluding background noise. The output is rather low, so I use a FETHEAD to bring it up.