Rode NT5-Matched Pair

Rode NT5-Matched Pair – 2 Acoustically Matched .5″ Cardiod Condenser Microphones

SKU: NT5-Matched Pair 

Rode NT5-Matched Pair is a 2 Acoustically Matched .5″ Cardiod Condenser Microphones.

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Rode NT5-Matched Pair is a 2 Acoustically Matched .5″ Cardiod Condenser Microphones.

The Rode NT5 matched pairs are a masterpiece of small-diaphragm cardioid-condenser microphone design.

Intended for recording acoustic instruments, drum overheads, cymbals and live performances, the compact externally polarized mic employs a .5″ capsule, an active J-FET impedance converter with bipolar output buffer.

Finished in durable satin nickel, the NT5 is intended for either single or stereo X/Y mic set-ups. The NT5 matched pairs come supplied in a custom carry case with windshields and mounts. The NT5-S is the single microphone.

Specifications:

  • Acoustic Principle: Externally polarised single diaphragm
  • condenser transducer.
  • Capsule Size: 0.5″ (13mm).
  • Active Electronics: JFET Impedance converter with bipolar
  • output buffer.
  • Directional Response: Cardioid.
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz to 20kHz.
  • Sensitivity: -38 dB re 1v/Pa ± 2 dB equivalent to 12mV/Pa
  • where 1 Pa = 94dBSPL.
  • Equivalent Noise: <16 dBSPL, (A-weighted per IEC268-15).
  • Maximum Output: +13.9 dBu @ 1% THD into 1k_
  • Dynamic Range: >128 dB.
  • Maximum SPL: 143 dB @ 1% THD into 1k_
  • Signal to Noise: 78dB.
  • Power Requirements: 4 mA, P48 Supply (38V-52V) 2 mA,.
  • P24 Supply (20V-26V) The microphone operates in accordance with the above specifications to a minimum of 18V. (It will operate with some performance degradation below 18V.)
  • Packed Weight: 1.8kg (Mic only 100g).

Features:

  • True condenser transducer
  • Gold sputtered 1/2″ Capsules
  • Heavy duty satin-nickel-plated body
  • Low Noise
  • Full Frequency Response
  • Custom WS5 Wind Shield
  • Custom RM5 Stand Mount
  • Surface-mount transformerless circuitry