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Rode Microphones Broadcaster Microphone
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The R˜DE Broadcaster Microphone was specifically designed for on-air applications where wide frequency response and low distortion are demanded. The ...Click To Read More About This Product
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An industry standard when studio sound quality is required for on air applications.
The R˜DE Broadcaster Microphone was specifically designed for on-air applications where wide frequency response and low distortion are demanded. The R˜DE Broadcaster mic was the winner of the Radio World/US National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) 'What's Cool' award in 1998.
Utilizing an Australian designed and manufactured R˜DE 1" externally biased condenser transducers, the Broadcaster microphone features a switchable high pass filter to remove low frequency rumble. A unique 'ON-AIR' LED indicator can be switched on or off by shorting contacts on the 5-pin audio connector. This feature allows console operators to warn the talent that the mic is live.
Requires phantom power.
- True condenser transducer
- On-Air indicator L.E.D.
- Ultra low noise Cardioid polar pattern with high 180 rejection
- Voice tailored Low Cut Filter Internal
- Pop Filter
- Rugged stainless steel body
- Acoustic principle: Externally polarised 25mm (1") condenser
- Directional pattern: Cardioid
- Frequency range: 20 Hz 20 kHz
- Output impedance: 40 Ohms
- 80 dB (1kHz rel 1 Pa; per IEC651, IEC268-15)
- Maximum spl: 128 dB SPL (@ 1% THD into 1k Ohms)
- 114 dB (per IEC651, IEC268-15)
- Power supply voltage: P48, P24 phantom
- Weight without battery: 577g
- Weight with battery: 1.3kg
- Dimensions width: 167mm
- Dimensions depth: 50mm
- Dimensions height: 50mm
- Maximum output voltage: +2 dBu (@ 1% THD into 1k Ohms)
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I have used this mic for about two years and it is one of my fevorites for extended speech audio productions such as audio books and broadcast interviews.Ideal for close to mic applications without a whole lot of amp processing--most times I just plug it into my dat, click on the phantom 48v button and the on air lite is a neat feature thus eliminating the tapping to see if the mic is hot.I sometimes use a pop filter but if you angle the mic properly where you don't bump it with air flow the internally built in pop filter does its job. Not the best vocal mic out there but for the price it delivers very well.