|Rode Microphones - An Edge in the Microphone World
Designed by some of the world’s most experienced engineers, Rode Microphones are the leading electronics in their sphere. Designed to specification, Rode boasts of a variety of quality microphones. From lapel microphone, studio microphone to condenser microphone, the wide arrange of Rode collections
will leave you with more desire than satisfaction. For studio microphones, there are even more to admire. You might be spoilt for choices between NT-1000, rode NT-USB, rode NT1 and rode NT1-A which are all available at competitive prices.
Rode microphone stepped into this highly competitive field at a time when the available recording microphones for singers were either too expensive or
of considerably low quality. With the entry of this Sydney-based giant microphone manufacturer, everything changed. Today, Rode boasts of quality wireless microphones available for use across different spheres.
The Rode Difference
What makes Rode microphones different from the rest? One might ask. Rode is all about quality and value. The continued pursuit of
excellence by their highly experienced personnel has led to the production of quality products. For this Australian company, nothing aids innovation than the use of latest advanced machines. The results are so evident; an array of high-quality microphones that are guaranteed to last for life. Each Rode
microphone variety is an exact replica of the other; a fete that not so many manufacturing companies have been able to achieve.
For the few American and European manufacturers that understand the need for precision in designing essential components like
microphones, the prices of the resultant products might scare you off. This is because most of the required technological aspects are outsourced. With Rode Microphones, the story is different. The in-house technology exhibited by this Australian mic manufacturer makes the entire difference. State of the art
manufacturing plant based in Sydney has a unmatchable combination of high-end machinery necessary for the production of quality products.
Introducing RØDE HS2 Headset Microphone
In one of its stunning productions, Rode recently launched HS2 Headset microphones. Its specifications would spark envy within you even if you bought a new headset of the different brand a few days back. The headset microphone is a redesign of the bestselling HS1 that took the market by a huge
storm. Ideally, it is a blend of a variety of desirable specifications; specially mashed up in one gadget.
A glance at the ear strips might just give you the idea of what to expect. It boasts of flexible silicone design that provides the perfect
comfort needed by the user. As such, you can have it on your ears for numerous hours without feeling the slightest sign of discomfort. Another outstanding
feature is the arm. In the previous model, HS1 featured an articulated arm, which wasn’t so favourable for others. The new design is a fixed arm microphone with allowance for the boom arm to be moved and shaped at freewill.
For HS2, durability is key. That is why it features strain relief system to prevent any possibility of damage during backend adjusting process. This newly released rode mic also prides itself of a thin TRS connector (3.5mmm.)
Currently, the microphone is available both in pink and black colours. If you are deep into colours, the pink one might just suit you. It also comes in varying large and small sizes. With this, both children and adults can
now enjoy the ever wonderful Rode sound; this time round with greater comfort.
Escalate your experience with Rode VideoMic
Apart from the conventionally renowned lavalier microphone, USB microphone and shure microphones, Rode also boasts of unique videomics.
Professionally designed and perfectly suiting, Rode VideoMics are already raising the bar of on-camera microphones. In particular, Rode videomic pro has received overwhelming welcome by a wide range of consumers across the globe.
If you need an insightful addition to your filmmaker collection, these amazing stereo microphones will do the trick. For the record, rode videomic microphones aren’t just for adding glamour and incredible effects to your fil. They also serve other wonderful applications. For instance, you can
use them for band recording. It brings that unusual effect of the audience feeling guitars from one side and keyboard on the other. Undoubtedly, the experience is always amazing. If you need a difference, go the Rode way!
The Rode videomic has been an efficient
option for years now and it is pretty decent for video shooters that would like
to improve the quality of their camera sound. The upgraded version comes with an
integrated Rycote Lyre suspension system giving the mic one of the best shock
mounts available in today’s market. The on-camera microphone also has an
available 80Hz high-pass filter which prevents unnecessary noise like traffic or
an air conditioner from being recorded. Besides that, you also get a 10-year
quality warranty covered by Rode to guarantee your maximum satisfaction. Other
specifications of VideoMic include; a frequency range of 40Hz – 20 kHz, 9-volt
battery, 3.5V output, dimensions of 65.00mmH x 102mmW x 250.00mmD and weighing
This is the world’s smallest and most versatile microphone system available
today. It comes with a transmitter that also doubles as a microphone that can be
clipped on your clothes or belt. The Wireless Go
transmitter is able to send quality sound to the receiver designed to be mounted
on the camera through a 2.4GHz digital transmission. The transmitter (TX)
measures 44mm x 45.3mm x 18.5mm and weighs 31g while the receiver (RX) measures
44mm x 46.4mm x 18.5mm and weighs only 31g as well. Other features of the
Wireless Go microphone system include rechargeable
batteries for both the transmitter and receiver, charged via USB-C, 7 hours of
uninterrupted operation on full charge, quick pairing of the transmitter and
receiver at only 3 seconds, a maximum output of +3dBu and compatibility with
MacOS 10.11 and above, and for Windows devices, Windows 10 and above.
As the name suggests, this is a microphone is designed for podcasting. The
Rode PodMic offers quality broadcast sound, featuring
an internal filter to avoid plosives as well as shock mounting for vibration-
proofing while in operation. Though the PodMic is designed to work with the
RODECasterTM Pro Podcast Production Studio, you can also comfortably use it on
any other interfaces. It weighs at 937g with dimensions of 172mm x 109mm x 62mm.
Besides that, the PodMic comes with an XLR output connection and has an output
impedance of 320Ω. Like the rest of our Rode products, this one also comes with
a 2-year warranty after your online registration.
AI-1 Audio Interface
This is an effective studio kit, complete with an audio interface to make your
production run smoothly, generating superior sound quality. Rode’s AI-1’s kit
comes with an NT-1 large-diaphragm condenser mic, a shock mount, and all the
cables that you will need in the set-up. You also get the software Ableton Live
lite for your music production. You can use both kinds of inputs while setting
it up; a 3-pole XLR or a ¼” jack. The studio kit also comes with a studio
condenser mic, a shock mount, pop shield, and USB-C/A to enable data transfer to
your computer. AI-1’s headphone output and level control guarantees the audio
through the headphones is as sweet as it gets.
The RODECaster Pro is what you need to manage your podcasts. The podcast studio
is designed to make your podcast production an easy and fun experience. It can
handle up to four presenters and offers easy connection to phone, USB and
Bluetooth devices. It is also user-friendly, with intuitive controls alongside a
full-color touchscreen. Other specifications include; a frequency range of 20Hz
– 20 kHz for the mic input and 20Hz – 20 kHz for the monitor output. It is
optimized to operate on operating systems MacOS 10.11 and Windows 10 and above,
and you can record the podcasts directly to your SD card.
This is a boom arm offering a horizontal reach of 820mm and vertical reach of
840mm for use in your radio, broadcast or studio operations. The boom also has a
3600 rotation and can comfortably support microphones weighing between 700g and
1.1kg. It is, however, important to note that the boom’s shock mount is sold
Our Rode’s filmmaker kit comes with an RX CAM,
TX Belt, Lavalier microphone, and a captive TRS cable to ease your video
recording tasks. Specifications include; for the RX-CAM, an internal antenna, an
OLED display displaying properties such as battery life and signal, 2.4GHz
digital frequency, internal antenna, and controls to help you adjust the signal
level coming to the device. The TX-Belt, on the other hand, features
single-button functionality to power on/off, mute or mute lock, 4V plug-in power
for the mic, and an LED indicator to display battery life and mute status. The
TX-Belt is lightweight and weighs only 190g.
Regardless of your recording needs, RODE offers the best products for video
recording and studio management operations. We have distributors globally, and
if you are in need of quality audio recording equipment offering the best sound
quality, you can contact us today to place your orders.