Mackie 400F & Rhode NT2A (mic impedence)
On the 400F it lacks mic impedence, just wondering what effect, if any, that would have on a mic such as the NT2A (variable pattern) and wonder if someone could explain mic impedence as well as the difference between the NT1A vs NT2A besides the variable pattern.
The price difference is $200. I will be using it for Acoustic guitar/Vocals and wondering whether the variable pattern and roll-off would be worth the extra cash.
I also found my AKG 1000S (about 10 years old) in storage the other day, so will probably track with that too for added mixing options or will the global phantom power on the 400F ruin this? Can't recall about the 1000CS as it uses a 9 volt battery.