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Rode NT-USB Desktop USB Microphone

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Rode NT-USB Desktop USB Microphone
Key Features
  • For Podcasting, Voice-Overs & Music
  • Works with Computers & iOS Devices
  • Included Pop Filter Minimizes Plosives
  • 3.5mm Headphone Jack
Record podcasts, voice-overs, and even sung vocals for your productions with the RODE NT-USB, a USB microphone that captures broadcast-quality recordings in your home studio or mobile setup. If all you have is a room and a computer (or iOS device), you can use this microphone to record your voice with resolution and clarity.
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What kind of shock mount will work with this mic?
Asked by: Adam
Any type of standard mic stand or studio arm. it already comes with an adapter inside of it in case you need to use a smaller stand you can just remove that and still use it.
Answered by: ERIC L.
Date published: 2021-10-28

Would this be a good microphone to record ...

Would this be a good microphone to record singing?
Asked by: NIck
Yes this a great microphone to record vocals, voiceover and even to be used for a podcast. I do recommend connecting your headphones on the bottom of microphone where the headphone output is located it will sound more accurate then connecting your headphones to the computer.
Answered by: leticia
Date published: 2021-03-02

What is the greatest recommended distance from ...

What is the greatest recommended distance from which a person should speak into the microphone? How is the audio quality if the person is speaking up to a foot away from it?
Asked by: Trudy
I’m not an expert but I’ve been using them for almost a year now, I’ll say that you get the best out of this mic when you are speaking very close to them. I would not recommend it as an ambient mic. I use them for podcasting or voice over and y put my mouth very close to them and the sound is outstanding
Answered by: Matias
Date published: 2020-12-01

Can this microphone be directly connected to an ...

Can this microphone be directly connected to an iPad?
Asked by: Stacy
I have an iPad Pro/Air with USB-C and initially the microphone didn't work. I used the Apple USB to USB-C adapter, Kanex USB-C Hub, neither worked. Realized the included 20' cable was the issue, switched out for 3-6' USB cable (USB A to USB B, "printer cable") and that worked. I remember in the past that the power/signal gets cut after 16', so a short cable was the way to go. This could also be a limitation on the USB-C port on the iPad Pro/Air in terms of AC power support. If using iPad/iPhone with Lightning the Lightning to USB 3 camera adapter you may need additional external power to the adapter. The included 20' cable works with MacBook Pro/Air with USB C with Apple USB-C adapter. Assumption there is the Mac has more AC power on Thunderbolt 3/USB-C ports. TLDR; Get a 3-6' USB cable for iPads.
Answered by: T
Date published: 2022-01-27

Can this microphone be used with an Apple M1 ...

Can this microphone be used with an Apple M1 chip?
Asked by: Jonathan
I have never seen a USB2 to USB-C cable, and neither a [email protected] to lightning cable if one were to want to use this with an iPad Pro. Perhaps if one used a hub, but those are rare as hens teeth with the USB2 on them.
Answered by: Pavel
Date published: 2021-04-04

is this a dynamic microphone

is this a dynamic microphone
Asked by: krish
I dont know how you define a "dynamic microphone" but I can tell you this mic requires a little experimental tweaking (depending on how far you want the mic to be to you ect) But after a couple of trial runs it will be the an absolutely wonderful mic with beautiful tone and sound quality!
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2021-03-13

I’m looking for a shock mount and a broadcast arm ...

I’m looking for a shock mount and a broadcast arm that will fit the Rode NT-USB. Recommendations?
Asked by: PATRICK
The Blue Compass and Auray shockmount should work great.
Answered by: Tony
Date published: 2021-04-07

Is the built-in headphone amplifier in the Rode ...

Is the built-in headphone amplifier in the Rode NT-USB able to power Sony MD-7506 headphones (63 Ohms)?
Asked by: David
Yes it will do that. No problem .Fred
Answered by: Fred
Date published: 2022-01-25
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