Rode Stereo VideoMic Pro Rycote

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Rode Stereo VideoMic Pro Rycote
Key Features
  • Ideal for Video & DSLR Cameras
  • Integrated Rycote Lyre Shockmount
  • Matched Pair, 1/2" Condenser Capsules
  • XY Stereo Configuration
The Stereo VideoMic Pro Rycote from Rode builds on the success of the Stereo VideoMic Pro with a few improved upgrades such as a Rycote Lyre shockmount, higher-sensitivity X/Y capsules, denser foam windscreen, better RF shielding, and a thicker Kevlar braided cable. The microphone retains all of the switch locations and other features as the previous model, for use as an on-camera DSLR and camcorder microphone for video applications.
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Rode STEREO VIDEOMIC PRO-R Overview

The Stereo VideoMic Pro Rycote from Rode builds on the success of the Stereo VideoMic Pro with a few improved upgrades such as a Rycote Lyre shockmount, higher-sensitivity X/Y capsules, denser foam windscreen, better RF shielding, and a thicker Kevlar braided cable. The microphone retains all of the switch locations and other features as the previous model, for use as an on-camera DSLR and camcorder microphone for video applications.

The integrated Rycote Lyre shockmount system protects against handling noise. The Stereo VideoMic features a high-pass filter switch at 75 Hz for minimizing low-frequency noise, and a -10 dB pad for maximizing headroom on behalf of capturing loud signals without distortion. The +20 dB level-boost switch is specifically designed to provide a higher-quality signal with DSLR cameras. When activated, the camera preamp level is reduced, resulting in a lower noise floor and a much clearer recording.

Broadcast-recording-quality on-camera microphone
Matched pair, 1/2" condenser capsules in X/Y stereo configuration
Ultra-lightweight, compact form factor
Two-step high-pass filter (flat, 75 Hz)
Three-position level control (-10, 0, +20 dB)
9V-battery-powered - over 100 hours of use (alkaline)
Integrated Rycote Lyre shockmount
Denser foam windscreen
1/8" (3.5mm) stereo mini-jack output
Billeted metal camera shoe mount with 3/8" thread for easy boompole mounting
UPC: 698813004805

Rode STEREO VIDEOMIC PRO-R Specs

TransducerPressure gradient
Polar PatternXY Cardioid
Frequency Range40 Hz to 20 kHz (selectable HPF @ 75 Hz)
Sensitivity-38 dB (12.6 mV @ 94 dB SPL) ±2 dB re 1 V/Pa @ 1 kHz
Output Impedance200 Ohms
Maximum Output+4.2 dBu (@ 1% THD into 1 kOhms)
Dynamic Range100 dB
Maximum SPL134 dB, max (1 kHz, 1% THD into 1 kOhms load)
Signal / Noise76 dBA (A-weighted per IED651)
Power Supply 9 V alkaline battery
Connection1/8" (3.5 mm) stereo mini-jack
Signal to Noise Ratio76 dBA SPL (A-weighted per IEC651)
Dimensions4.5 x 3.1 x 5.3" (115 x 80 x 134 mm)
Weight0.26 lb (116 g) (without battery)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.57 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.7 x 5.15 x 3.1"
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Why does my left channel reaches lower compared to the right one when recording?
Asked by: Miguel C.
Try using a set of headphones I know mine had to be sent in for warranty repair because the wiring for some reason was causing a noise in one channel of the mic so that might be something to check
Answered by: Ryan M.
Date published: 2018-08-27

Is there a recommended travel case for this mic? ...

Is there a recommended travel case for this mic? I haven't been able to find any zipper like cases to keep it protected while in the camera bag.
Asked by: Sam
You may be able to use a padded bag like the K-Tek KGBM1 Medium Gizmo Bag (B&H # KTKGBM1) or perhaps something like the Ruggard Lens Case 6 x 4.5" (B&H # RULCY16X4) or the larger models. As long as the mic will fit, it should provide the protection you need.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2018-12-31

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Will this mic pick up well from ceiling-hung speakers, or does it do better with speakers on ground level?
Asked by: Nesanel
As long as the microphone is on axis with the speaker, it shouldn't matter.
Answered by: Ryan W.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Does this have an automatic on/off if you leave the power switch on?
Asked by: Ryan
No, it does not have any automatic controls. Power control is manual and independent from the camera power. If you shut the camera off and leave the mic on, the mic stays on. However, the green on light it a good visual indicator it's on.
Answered by: JEFF H.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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