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The RØDE NT1-A 1" cardioid condenser microphone has become an industry standard; delivering the warmth, extended dynamic range, clarity and high SPL capability typically only featured on some of the world’s most expensive microphones. With a self-noise level of only 5dBA it is widely recognised (along with the NT1) as one the world's quietest studio microphones. This low noise makes it an ideal for vocal microphone as well as perfect for recording guitars and percussion. Packaged in the 'Complete Vocal Recording Solution', the NT1-A includes everything you need to get a truly professional vocal recording and is ideal for home studio recording. A studio grade pop shield and shock mount is included, along with a premium 20' microphone cable, dust cover, and an instructional DVD packed with recording tips. The RØDE NT1-A large diaphragm 1" cardioid condenser microphone is designed and made in Australia, and covered by RØDE Microphones' industry leading 10 year warranty.

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Can I get the U47 sound for under a grand?

I'm a huge microphone skeptic. To me, the difference between a U87 and a Rode NT1-A is negligible and I'd probably be able to make an NT1-A sound the same as a U87 with a quick eq move. (No need to debated this. I've been convinced by several blind tests.) Having said that, in all...

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Can I get the U47 sound for under a grand?

If you have high end monitoring you should hear a HUGE difference between an NT1-A and a U87. You're probably listening for the wrong thing. An Epiphone has the exact same tone as a Gibson but there is a totally different dynamic response. The NT1-A has much more HF distortion and is...

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Ultragain Pro Mic2200

I have the ultragain pro and I'm using it with my Rode NT1-A mic. For some reason my vocal is sounding right. Like there is too much mud and not enough presence or clarity. I am wondering if anyone here is used to using this pre-amp and if so could they tell me optimal...

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