Rode NT1-A Cardioid Condenser Microphone Recording Package with Free Round Base Desk Stand
- Large 1” (25mm) capsule with gold plated diaphragm
- Self noise of only 5dB (A)
- Includes a desk stand, pop shield, shock mount, premium 20' microphone cable, dust cover, and an instructional DVD with recording tips
- 10 year warranty on the Rode NT1-A
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The RODE NT1-A large diaphragm condenser microphone has become an industry standard; delivering the warmth, extended dynamic range, clarity and high SPL capability typically only featured on some of the most expensive microphones.
Packaged in the 'Complete Vocal Recording Solution', the NT1-A includes everything you need to get a truly professional vocal recording and is ideal for home studio recording. A studio grade pop shield and shock mount is included, along with a premium 20' microphone cable, dust cover, and an instructional DVD with recording tips.
*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
10 year warranty
Frequency Range: 20 Hz-20 kHz
Directional Pattern: Cardioid
LyxPro DKS-2 Adjustable-Height Desktop Microphone Stand – Black
The LyxPro DKS-2 is Ideal for Home Recording (i.e. Desktop) or Live sound Reinforcement (i.e. Kick Drum, Piano, Amps, Etc.)
Adjustable Height: 9" - 14"
Weighted Bas for stability
Top Customer Reviews
I've been recording for over 50 years and I've owned three different Rode microphone models (NT1, NTK, K2), they were all disappointing to my ears. I never bought their $1500 model that looks like a U-87 but I'd never consider any of their microphones after what I've experienced. The combination of this microphone and digital recording gives digital a bad name. The Miktek MK300 is a much better sounding microphone for only a little more money.
It cost me a lot to develop my impression of Rode microphones, they hit the market with a lot of advertising hype and it worked, I bought some. Unfortunately I was sad about the way they ultimately performed and sounded. For the record, I'm not a fan of the new Neumann U-87ai either, it also sounds overly bright and distorts too easily. These are just my opinions from use in my personal studio. I'm not a mic snob, I love low priced microphones that sound as good as my expensive ones. The new WA-87 from Warm Audio is another awesome sounding microphone regardless of its price.
Good music to all!