The R˜DE Broadcaster Microphone was specifically designed for on-air applications where wide frequency response and low distortion are demanded. The R˜DE Broadcaster mic was the winner of the Radio Wo... Click To Read More About This Product
The R˜DE Broadcaster Microphone was specifically designed for on-air applications where wide frequency response and low distortion are demanded. The R˜DE Broadcaster mic was the winner of the Radio World/US National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) 'What's Cool' award in 1998.
Utilizing an Australian designed and manufactured R˜DE 1" externally biased condenser transducers, the Broadcaster microphone features a switchable high pass filter to remove low frequency rumble. A unique 'ON-AIR' LED indicator can be switched on or off by shorting contacts on the 5-pin audio connector. This feature allows console operators to warn the talent that the mic is live.
Requires phantom power.
True condenser transducer
On-Air indicator L.E.D.
Ultra low noise Cardioid polar pattern with high 180 rejection
Voice tailored Low Cut Filter Internal
Rugged stainless steel body
Acoustic principle: Externally polarised 25mm (1") condenser
Directional pattern: Cardioid
Frequency range: 20 Hz 20 kHz
Output impedance: 40 Ohms
Signal noise ratio din iec 651: >80 dB (1kHz rel 1 Pa; per IEC651, IEC268-15)
Equvalent noise: <14 dBA SPL (per IEC651, IEC268-15)
Maximum spl: 128 dB SPL (@ 1% THD into 1k Ohms)
Dynamic range din iec 651: >114 dB (per IEC651, IEC268-15)
Power supply voltage: P48, P24 phantom
Weight without battery: 577g
Weight with battery: 1.3kg
Dimensions width: 167mm
Dimensions depth: 50mm
Dimensions height: 50mm
Maximum output voltage: +2 dBu (@ 1% THD into 1k Ohms)
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Comments about Rode Microphones Broadcaster Microphone:
The Broadcaster is the perfect mcirophone for any and all spoken word work or voice over work. The mic offers a full, warm, and clear sound you would ecpect form a microphone 3-times the price. Love this Mic and have used it in studio work, on live remotes, and for on-air broadcasts. The sound was top-notch in all circumstances!