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RODE NT1 5th Generation Large-Diaphragm Cardioid Condenser XLR/USB Microphone (Black)

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RODE NT1 5th Generation Large-Diaphragm Cardioid Condenser XLR/USB Microphone (Black)
Key Features
  • For Recording, Streaming & Podcasting
  • Cardioid Pattern Reduces Ambient Noise
  • Analog XLR & Digital USB-C Connectors
  • 192 kHz / 32-Bit Float A to D Converter
Featuring both an analog XLR connector and a digital USB-C connector, the black Rode NT1 5th Generation represents another major leap forward for this highly regarded large-diaphragm workhorse microphone. The dual connection options offer a new level of flexibility, allowing users without an audio interface to plug directly into the computer for recording, podcasting, and streaming duties courtesy of the onboard 32-bit floating point A to D converter. Of course, if you have an audio interface, podcasting station, or favorite microphone preamp, no problem—just connect the mic's XLR output to your analog equipment and you're good to go. Combining a true-condenser capsule, ultralow-noise circuitry, and an extremely durable housing, the Rode NT1 5th Generation large-diaphragm cardioid microphone is well suited for high-resolution digital recording of vocal and instrument sources at home, in the studio, or even onstage.
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Are the Rode Apps can work in Android system?

Are the Rode Apps can work in Android system?
Asked by: Li Jia
No, the RODE NT1 5th Generation Large-Diaphragm Cardioid Condenser XLR/USB Microphone is not compatible for use with Android devices. This microphone is intended for use with Mac and Windows computers.
Answered by: Lisa S
Date published: 2023-05-23

Can the NT1 Gen 5 be connected to a MacBook Air ...

Can the NT1 Gen 5 be connected to a MacBook Air M2 through a USB hub, because my 2 USB-C ports are taken?
Asked by: Abrasha
Yes, the RODE NT1 5th Generation Large-Diaphragm Cardioid Condenser XLR/USB Microphone can be connected to an Apple MacBook AIR equipped with the M2 chip using a USB hub.
Answered by: Lisa S
Date published: 2024-04-07

Can the NT1 Gen 5 be directly connected the a ...

Can the NT1 Gen 5 be directly connected the a MacBook Air M2 either directly through a USB-C port or a USB-C port on a USB hub?
Asked by: Abrasha
Yes, the RODE NT1 5th Generation Large-Diaphragm Cardioid Condenser XLR/USB Microphone (Black) can be directly connected to a MacBook Air via USB-C.
Answered by: Calvin M
Date published: 2024-04-05

Can this microphone be connect as an iphone audio ...

Can this microphone be connect as an iphone audio input through USB-C?
Asked by: Yiwen
The RODE NT1 5th Generation Large-Diaphragm Cardioid Condenser XLR/USB Microphone is not officially compatible with iOS, so although it may work it cannot be guaranteed.
Answered by: Calvin M
Date published: 2023-11-12

can directly plug to mackie mixer?

can directly plug to mackie mixer?
Asked by: Tomas
Yes, the Rode NT1 can be connected directly to any mixer that can provide 48v phantom power to its microphone inputs.
Answered by: Calvin M
Date published: 2023-07-14

Can the USB-c connect/adapt to a portable ...

Can the USB-c connect/adapt to a portable recorder, such as a plug in power, or is it for laptops only?
Asked by: Kreig
You would use the XLR connector on the NT1 to connect to a portable recorder. The USB port is not compatible with a portable recorder. It is only compatible with a computer.
Answered by: David M
Date published: 2023-10-26

Can you recommend a deadcat that would fit this ...

Can you recommend a deadcat that would fit this mic?
Asked by: Kreig
For outdoor wind protection for the RODE NT1 5th Generation Large-Diaphragm Cardioid Condenser XLR/USB Microphone, BH #RY055428 could be used in conjunction with BH #RYLDM4510001.
Answered by: Calvin M
Date published: 2023-11-19

What is the Signal to Noise ratio?

What is the Signal to Noise ratio?
Asked by: Rajnesh
The manufacturer has not provided a specification for signal to noise ratio for the RODE NT1 5th Generation Large-Diaphragm Cardioid Condenser XLR/USB Microphone, but they have provided a specification for the equivalent noise level (self-noise) which is listed as 4 dB. This would indicate that the mic has a very low level of internal noise which typically produces a high rating for the signal to noise ratio.
Answered by: Lisa S
Date published: 2023-06-26
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