The Rode NTK Valve Condenser Microphone offers valve performance at an affordable price.
Large 1” capsule with gold plated diaphragm
Class “A” valve circuitry
Hand selected and graded 6922 twin-triode valve
Dedicated power supply
Internal capsule shock mounting
Acoustic Principle Pressure Gradient
Active Electronics Valve/tube impedance converter with bipolar output buffer
Polar Pattern Cardioid
Address Type Side
Frequency Range 20Hz - 20kHz
Output Impedance 200Ω
Maximum SPL 158dB SPL (@ 1kHz, 1% THD into 1KΩ load)
Maximum Output Level 29.0mV
Sensitivity -38.0dB re 1 Volt/Pascal (25.00mV @ 94 dB SPL) +/- 2 dB @ 1kHz
Equivalent Noise Level (A-weighted) 12dB-A
Oh my gosh. Can't believe you guys have managed to turn this into yet a other converter thread... I mean obviously the converters must be the problem when the op posts something like this: Yeah, sure, the converters are the problem here :lol::facepalm: Also I bet chainrule is just wrong with regards to FF800. He probably changed something else...
...series mics to get to complement the other mics and what I already have. I already have a Rode NTK, two Cascade ribbon mics (Knucklehead and Vin-Jet both with Lundahl). I'm mostly recording female vocal (strong alto voice), acoustic guitar, electric guitar cabinets, and flute.
Hi to all you microphone pro's and lovers i need your collective brain :-) Currently I own following Mics: Rode NTK (used for female vox) AKG Perception (used for drum-oh and currently on sax) 2 x Neumann TLM 103 (used for drum-oh and male vox) I'm looking for a Mic that covers my Alt and Tenor Sax the best...
I got this mic about a year and a half ago and let me say it is a fantastic mic for the money. However in order to get the most out of the mic, swap out the stock tube and chuck in a NOS amperex, valvo, mullard, philips, siemens or JAN - preferably an earlier model. With a NOS tube this mic really...
I've owned a Rode NTK for about 3 years. I managed to pick it up for under £200 when Turnkey (London) had its closing down sale. It has been my main microphone since then.
This mic had been on my shortlist for a good year or so based on Paul Whites review in SOS so I was pleased to be able to...
The Rode NTK has proven to be a good quality tube mic within its price range. The cardioid tube mic differs from it's big brother, the multi-pattern K2, both in functionality and tone.
The NTK tends to have pronounced sibilance on certain voices and a general rise in upper mid frequencies. It...