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RODE NTG8 Broadcast Quality RF-bias shotgun mic
RODE NTG8 Broadcast Quality RF-bias shotgun mic RODE NTG8 Broadcast Quality RF-bias shotgun mic

RODE NTG8 Broadcast Quality RF-bias shotgun mic


  • Superior broadcast sound quality

  • High Sensitivity

  • Supercardioid polar pattern

  • Highly directional polar response

  • Natural sounding audio both on and off-axis

  • Designed to withstand adverse environmental conditions

  • Extremely low handling noise

  • High level of immunity to radio frequency interference

  • True Condenser (external RF biased)

  • Includes weatherproof aluminum cylinder for transport, SM8 shock mount and wind shield

  • 10 year extended warranty when you register online at www.rodemic.com/warranty

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RRP: £989.00

Our Price: £879.00

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Product Description

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Based on RØDE's award winning NTG3, the NTG8 is a broadcast quality RF-bias shotgun microphone that exhibits increased directionality across a wide frequency response range. This makes the NTG8 the perfect microphone for film, television, sports and outdoor broadcasting, live performance, and any professional distance miking application.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Item Condition New
Manufacturer Rode
Microphone Genre Wired
Application Broadcast
Microphone Type Condenser
Microphone Style Rifle
Pick up / Polar pattern Super-Cardioid
Output connector type XLR
Maximum sound pressure level 124dB
Frequency response 40Hz - 20kHz
Sensitivity (1KHz) -20.0dB re 1 Volt/Pascal (31.60mV @ 94 dB SPL) +/- 2 dB @ 1kHz
Nominal impedance 2 Ohms
Capsule size (inches) 0.5
Dimensions mm (Largest) 559
Weight (g) 345g
Hard case included Yes
Accessories furnished Hard Tube Case, Windshield, Shockmount
Market Sector Theatre, Live Sound, Commercial

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