Rode M3 Condenser Microphone

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Rode M3 Condenser Microphone
£70.99

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Description

Details

  • Heavy duty metal body
  • Internal capsule shock mount
  • High level of RF rejection
  • On-mic selectable high pass filter @ 80Hz-12dB/Oct (-10 and -20dB PAD)
  • Heat-treated high-strength mesh head
  • Battery status indicator
  • 9V Battery Power, 24 or 48V Phantom Power
  • Includes wind shield, mic clip and zip pouch
  • 10 year extended warranty when you register your microphone

The RØDE M3 is a highly versatile end-address condenser microphone, designed to be completely at home in the studio, on stage or on location. It is equally suitable as an instrument microphone for guitars, drums and percussion or even vocals.

Featuring a heavy duty metal body and internally shock mounted 1/2" condenser capsule mounted for end-address, the M3 can be powered either via P48 phantom power, or an internal 9V battery.

A -10dB and -20dB level attenuator (pad), selectable from inside the battery compartment, allows recording of loud sound sources, such as a guitar amplifier or snare drum. A high-pass filter selectable on the microphone power switch introduces a filter at 80Hz to reduce low frequency sounds and handling noise.

The RØDE M3 microphone is designed and made in Australia, and covered by RØDE Microphones' industry leading 10 year warranty.

M3 Specifications

  • Acoustic Principle Pressure Gradient
  • Active Electronics JFET impedance converter with bipolar output buffer
  • Capsule 0.50"
  • Address Type End
  • Frequency Range 40Hz - 20kHz (selected HPF @80Hz)
  • Output Impedance 200Ω
  • Maximum SPL 142dBSPL
  • Maximum Output Level 9.2mV (@ 1kHz, 1% THD into 1KΩ load)
  • Sensitivity -40.0dB re 1 Volt/Pascal (6.30mV @ 94 dB SPL) +/- 2 dB @ 1kHz
  • Equivalent Noise Level (A-weighted) 21dBA
  • Weight 390.00g
  • Dimensions 225.00mmH x 33.00mmW x 33.00mmD
  • Warranty 1 year with free extension to 10 years following registration
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