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Rode NT1-A Studio Condenser Microphone

Rode NT1-A Studio Condenser Microphone

  • SKU:  NT1-A
  • $229.00
  • List Price: $369.00
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Known as the World's Quietest Studio Condenser Microphone, the NT1-A Studio Condenser Microphone from Rode produces only 5 dBA of self-noise.

The RØDE NT1-A. Winner of the Electronic Musician 2004 Editor's Choice Award and the world's quietest studio condenser microphone. This redesigned version of RØDE's classic NT-1 has only 5 dBA of self-noise.

The R??DE NT1-A studio condenser microphone was the winner of the Electronic Musician 2004 Editor's Choice Award. This redesigned version of RODE's classic NT-1 has become an industry standard providing the warmth, extended dynamic range, clarity and high SPL capability usually only found with some of the most expensive microphones. Finished in durable satin nickel, the NT1-A is supplied with a shock mount and zip pouch.

  • Large 1" (25mm) capsule with gold plated diaphragm
  • Cardioid polar pattern
  • Self noise of only 5dB (A)
  • Ultra low noise, transformerless surface mount circuitry
  • Wide dynamic range
  • Gold plated output contacts
  • True condenser (externally biased)
  • Internal capsule shock mounting
  • Power P48 (48V), P24 (24V) phantom supply
  • Acoustic Principle Pressure gradient
  • Directional Pattern Cardioid
  • Frequency range 20 Hz - 20 kHz
  • Output impedance 100 ohms
  • Signal noise ratio >88 dB SPL (A - weighted per IEC651)
  • Equivalent noise 5 dB SPL (A - weighted per IEC651)
  • Maximum SPL 137dB SPL (@ 1kHz, 1% THD into 1K ohms load)
  • Maximum output voltage +13.7dBu (@ 1kHz, 1% THD into 1K ohms load)
  • Sensitivity -32 dB re 1 Volt/Pascal (25 mV @ 94 dB SPL) +/- 2 dB @ 1kHz
  • Weight 326gm
  • Dimensions 190mmH x 50mmW x 50mmD

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