Rode PodMic Dynamic Podcasting Microphone

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Rode PodMic Dynamic Podcasting Microphone
Key Features
  • Optimized for Podcasting & Broadcasting
  • End-Address, XLR Mic Tailored for Speech
  • Dynamic Capsule Minimizes Room Noise
  • Internal Pop Filter Reduces Plosives
Podcasters looking for the right mic to bring professional-quality sound to their productions on YouTube, FaceBook, Twitch, and elsewhere have a great option with the PodMic from Rode. This cost-effective, stylish, end-address dynamic XLR microphone is specifically tuned for speech and broadcast. Tailor-made for use with the RODECaster Pro podcast production studio and PSA1 broadcast arm, it can also be plugged into a wide range of pro audio gear to deliver broadcast-quality sound.
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Rode PodMic Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Podcast in Any Environment
  • 3Get Close to Your Mic
  • 4Built to Last
  • 5Clean Speech without Distractions
  • 6Protect Your Sound from Vibrations
  • 7Swing into the Right Position
  • 8Get Professional Results

Podcasters looking for the right mic to bring professional-quality sound to their productions on YouTube, FaceBook, Twitch, and elsewhere have a great option with the PodMic from Rode. This cost-effective, stylish, end-address dynamic XLR microphone is specifically tuned for speech and broadcast. Tailor-made for use with the RODECaster Pro podcast production studio and PSA1 broadcast arm, it can also be plugged into a wide range of pro audio gear to deliver broadcast-quality sound.

Podcast in Any Environment

Most podcasts happen in bedrooms, home studios, or offices with less than perfect acoustics and noises coming from the outside. The PodMic features a dynamic capsule with a tight cardioid polar pattern, great for picking up the speaker while reducing unwanted sounds that are further away or off to the sides.

Get Close to Your Mic

With its end-address design, the PodMic invites you to get right up close and create intimate, broadcast-style voice recordings with a deep and warm tone. Its compact size lets you and your guests see each other and enjoy an open and comfortable talking experience, while the mic stays out of the camera's way when videocasting.

Built to Last

Solid-brass construction with a hard-wearing matte-black ceramic finish ensures that the PodMic will continue to deliver the same level of performance over the years, while still looking great.

Clean Speech without Distractions

The PodMic's internal pop filter and double-mesh housing work to effectively reduce distracting breath and plosive noises (as in "s", "p", and "b" sounds) without the need for an unsightly external pop filter.

Protect Your Sound from Vibrations

The internal shockmount helps to isolate the PodMic from handling noise and vibrations when you are adjusting the mic or if there's a bump or knock on the table. The integrated swing mount that holds the mic further insulates it from low-frequency noises, which could ruin your audio.

Swing into the Right Position

The PodMic has two wing nuts on each side of its built-in mount, allowing you to quickly swing the mic into the right orientation and lock it into place. Mounting the PodMic on the PSA1 broadcast boom arm (available separately) gives you the added flexibility to position the microphone exactly where you want it.

Get Professional Results

Pair the PodMic with the powerful RODECaster Pro podcast production studio to leverage the most out of your microphone. Select the PodMic microphone preset in the RODECaster Pro audio options and matching digital signal processing is automatically applied, giving your voice the depth, presence, and hint of shimmer associated with top professional radio broadcasters.
UPC: 698813005567

Rode PodMic Specs

Microphone
Primary ApplicationsBroadcast, Podcast
Intended Sound SourcesVocals
Sound FieldMono
CapsuleDynamic
Polar PatternCardioid
CircuitrySolid-State
PadNone
High-Pass FilterNone
Tone AdjustmentNone
Gain AdjustmentNone
Performance
Frequency Range20 Hz to 20 kHz
Impedance32 Ohms
SensitivityCardioid: -57 dB at 1 kHz
Connectivity
Output Connectors (Analog)1 x XLR 3-Pin
Headphone ConnectorNone
Physical
Mounting5/8"-27 Female (via Integrated Hardware)
Included CaseNone
Included FiltersNone
Dimensionsø: 4.29 x L: 6.77" / ø: 109 x L: 171.96 mm
Weight2.06 lb / 937 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.9 x 6.7 x 3.8"
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Date published: 2021-04-19

Will the boom that is featured in the official ...

Will the boom that is featured in the official Rodecaster tutorials be bundled with the Podmic, or is that separate? If it is separate - what is the brand and model of the boom featured in the videos?
Asked by: Chad
Hello Chad, currently the Rode PSA1 is not included as a bundle from Rode, but is sold separately. The PSA1 is an excellent upgrade and add-on to the new PodMic.
Answered by: Ryan w/ RØDE
Date published: 2019-02-18

Hello what is the best audio interface ...

Hello what is the best audio interface recommended with this mic? Thanks -newbie
Asked by: Mike
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Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2019-08-07

Does this microphone come with an XLR cable?

Does this microphone come with an XLR cable?
Asked by: Daniel
I ordered it as a kit with the Rodecaster and that came with cables but no cables in the individual Podmic boxes.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-01-22

Your specs say: Frequency Range 50 Hz to 13 kHz ...

Your specs say: Frequency Range 50 Hz to 13 kHz On the official Rode website it says 20 Hz to 20 kHz which is better range than a Rode Procaster. Who's right?
Asked by: Igor
The frequency response spec can be misleading because it doesn’t specify how much the sound drops off at the low and high end. (Normally manufacturers would tell you that it drops off by a certain number of decibels at a particular frequency.) It also doesn’t specify how much the sensitivity fluctuates in between. If you look at the frequency response curve published by RØDE, it shows a -50dB drop-off at about 16kHz. That’s a lot. And you won’t be hearing much of anything above that range. Ultimately it’s best to try the mic and listen to how it sounds. Two microphones with the exact same frequency response range can sound incredibly different.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-08-23

I plan on using this mic with my Focusrite ...

I plan on using this mic with my Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 - would adding an activator such as the CL-1 Cloudlifter Mic Activator be of any added benefit, or entirely unnecessary? Just wanting to know if my Scarlett 2i4 interface will be enough.
Asked by: Eddie
My tests with the Tascam US 2x2 sounded good without a Cloudlifter, 2i4 should be just fine.
Answered by: Alex
Date published: 2019-06-09

can i use this mic with recorders like zoom or ...

can i use this mic with recorders like zoom or tascam without loosing any quality because reviews mentioned it is best when pairing with rodecaster..?
Asked by: Melike
It is best with the Rodecaster Pro due to the preamps. As with any recording device using a dynamic mic, you will need a good preamp to reduce the noise level.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-09-18

I just received the Rode PodMic. I notice it ...

I just received the Rode PodMic. I notice it doesn't have any adjustment knobs OR especially, a place to plug in earphones or ear buds. What's the alternative?
Asked by: Stacy
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Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2020-10-31
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