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Rode K2
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Description

The RØDE K2 is a premium valve condenser microphone featuring dual 1” gold sputtered diaphragms. Infinitely variable control of the polar pattern from omnidirectional through cardioid and bidirectional/figure-8 provides the freedom and flexibility to excel in any recording situation.

High-performance specifications (including a maximum SPL of 162dB) are combined with the character and subtleties of the legendary mics of the 1950s to provide a microphone that not only provides world-class vocals but is perfectly at home recording a wide range of instruments both up-close or in a wider ‘room’ capacity.

Large, gold-sputtered diaphragm
Omnidirectional, cardioid, figure-8, and all intermediate polar patterns
Continuously variable polar pattern control on dedicated power supply
Internal shock mounting for low ambient noise and vibration resistance
Wide dynamic range
Class A valve circuitry
Hand-selected and graded 6922 twin-triode valve
User-serviceable with field-replaceable tubes
High strength welded and heat-treated steel mesh head
Durable satin nickel finish
162 dBA Max SPL
10 dBA Self Noise
150dB Dynamic Range

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Affordable LDC Microphone With Multiple Voicings

...sometimes I think it's a compulsive disorder...I'm obsessed with microphones, what can I say... ;) ...yes Max, you're correct, it's a Rode K2 edge-terminated capsule I was comparing with the 3U Audio proprietary C12-style capsule...clearly the 3U Audio capsule is visually unlike the more common edge-terminated capsules originating from China, so based on the design-engineer's own...

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Behringer DeepMind 12

Does anyone know the correct timing for a '72 Dodge Charger? It's the 383 4-barrel, not the 440.

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Should you ever record vocals in anything but cardiod mode?

Hey, with a Rode K2 you get infinite!:) Well at least you get a very good mic, with variable polar patterns.;) The Chandler TG (with Cardiod and Omni) has an amazing degree of tonal variation. Chris

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