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Rode Podcaster Booming Kit: Podcaster, PSA1 Arm, and PSM1 shock mount
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- High-quality USB microphone
- shock mount
- desk mount
- very-long USB cable
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The Rode Podcaster is a broadcast microphone with a USB port and a 3.5mm headphone output with volume control. It can be used to capture audio when paired with a Mac or Windows computer (sold separately) and provide a simple and efficient system for speech, podcasting, and voice over applications. It also includes Rode PSA1 Studio Boom Arm is a two-section, spring-loaded broadcast microphone arm designed for quiet and flexible microphone positioning in broadcast radio studios, voice-over studios, etc and Rode PSM1 Shockmount is designed for the Rode Podcaster Microphone.
- Rode Podcaster
- Rode PSA1 Studio Boom Arm
- Rode PSM1 Shockmount
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One note: My kit included a white Rode Podcaster USB microphone, a black spider mount, a black arm and a white USB cord. Some of the pictures show the mic being an almost silver color, as well as the arm and spider mounts being white, with black USB cords. Not sure if those pics are wrong, just letting you know what colors I got. Bottom line: if you can afford this set, absolutely get it.
The physical build quality of everything in this set is fantastic. I absolutely love it!
Very easy to set up and the sound is, well....just great!
The Mic is heavy....you will notice this right away. Not a cheap-o mic at all. Quality is outstanding and it really brings out the low tones in your voice.
I use a dead cat over the Mic just to be sure I don't have any popping from the mic. Talk close and directly in front of the mic for best results.
By the way, Skype users will love this mic. Makes a huge difference on calls.
Well worth the price. Highly recommended.
I only wish the installation instructions were more clear. There is lots of hardware that is unused and it was not clear if there were any special things I should know. I had to search online and figure out by pictures how to connect the mic to the mount and the mount to the arm. In the end, it was simple.
It also was not clear from the description that the volume knob is not an input volume knob but an output volume knob. The output can be used as a monitor and as an output device on the computer. Very helpful that they both go through the same channel, though I am concerned that the mic gets mixed on the spot, whereas the input has a delay down the wire. Not so important for a podcast but for a singalong could mess things up.
Anyway, buy it if you want good voice quality.