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Rode NTG-3 directional microphone

SKU: 5292
Rode NTG-3 Richtmikrofon
Rode NTG-3 Richtmikrofon
Rode NTG-3 Richtmikrofon
Rode NTG-3 Richtmikrofon
Rode NTG-3 Richtmikrofon
Rode NTG-3 Richtmikrofon
Rode NTG-3 Richtmikrofon
Rode NTG-3 Richtmikrofon
Rode NTG-3 Richtmikrofon
Rode NTG-3 Richtmikrofon
Rode NTG-3 Richtmikrofon
Rode NTG-3 Richtmikrofon
Availability Delivery about 5-10 days.
€668.99 €488.99 €410.92

Rode NTG-3 directional microphone

Light weight studio directional microphone in radio frequency technology, increased directivity due to interference tube principle, extremely robust and weather-proof, extremely low self-noise, high sensitivity, high resistance to interference, excellent handling noise, broadcast quality sound. Incl. Foam windscreen, stand clamp, bag and aluminum storage cylinder.

The NTG-3 is relatively insensitive to moisture due to the RF technology used and is designed to work under extreme climatic conditions. This applies also for outdoors in freezing temperatures: condensation caused by temperature differences, the functional ability of the NTG-3 not hurt. Another feature is the sensational low self noise (13 dBA). The low weight and extremely effective absorption of sound make the NTG-3 is the ideal Tonangelmikrofon. The transmission quality is top notch: The NTG-3 can compete with much more expensive sound effortless special models.

The package included a specially developed for the NTG-3 is aluminum cylinder with screw cap, in which the microphone can keep water and dust proof.

Specifications

Polar pattern
supercardioid
Transmission range
40 Hz - 20 kHz
Output Impedance
25 Ω
Sensitivity
31.6 mV / Pa
Equivalent noise
13 dBA
Max output level
+8.2 dBu
Dynamic range
117 dB
SPL
130 dB @ 1 KHz
Signal to noise ratio
81 dB
Power
48 V (4.3 mA)
Port
3-pin XLR
Dimensions
19 mm × 255 mm (diameter, length)
Weight
163 g
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