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Red NT1-A Microphone

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The RØDE NT1-A 1 "cardioid capacitor microphone has become an industry standard; it delivers the heat, extended dynamic range, brightness and high SPL capabilities that are normally only present on some of the most expensive microphones in the world.

With its own noise level of only 5dBA, it is widely recognized (along with the NT1) as one of the world's quietest studio microphones. This low noise makes it an ideal vocal microphone and also perfect for recording guitars and percussion.

Packaged in the 'Complete Vocal Recording Solution', the NT1-A contains everything you need for a truly professional vocal recording and is ideal for home studio recording.

A studio-quality pop shield and shock mount are included, along with a premium 20' microphone cable, dust cover and a downloadable instructional video packed with recording tips.

The RØDE NT1-A large membrane 1" cardioid capacitor microphone is designed and made in Australia and is covered by the industry-leading 10-year warranty from RØDE Microphones.

  • Large 1" capsule with gilded diaphragm
  • Cardioid polar pattern
  • Ultra low noise level, own sound of only 5dB (A)
  • Wide dynamic range
  • Real capacitor (externally biased)
  • Internal capsule with anticock enclosures
  • Includes RØDE SM6 shock mount, pop filter and dust cover
  • 10-year extended warranty when you register your microphone