Rode NT45-O Omni Capsule

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Rode NT45-O
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Rode NT45-O Omni Capsule

The Rode NT45-O Omni Capsule is an omni polar pattern capsule designed for Rode NT5, NT55 and NT6 microphones. Offering equal sensitivity on all sides, the NT45-O helps you pick up a more overall 'room' sound.

The Rode NT45-O Omni Capsule is designed for capturing more "true to life" recordings. An interchangeable omni capsule for the Rode NT5, NT55 and NT6 microphones, the Rode NT45-O's omni polar pattern delivers equal sensitivity on all sides. Use it when you want to pick up a more overall 'room' sound.

Rode NT45-O Omni Capsule Features

  • An omni polar pattern interchangeable capsule
  • Designed for Rode NT5, NT55 and NT6 microphones
  • Delivers equal sensitivity on all sides
  • Helps you pick up a more overall room sound

Rode NT45-O Omni Capsule Specifications

  • Polar Pattern: Omni-directional
  • Compatibility: NT5, NT55 & NT6 Microphones
  • Weight: 14.00g
  • Dimensions: 16.50mmH x 20.00mmW x 20.00mmD

Rode NT45-O Omni Capsule Includes

  • NT45-O Omni Capsule
  • 1 Year Warranty

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  • 5
    Fantastic bargain!

    As there are no reviews of the capsule, I ended up emailing someone who bought them before buying myself. I hope this review helps others. These are great omni capsules and a fantastic way of getting an omni pair if you already own the NT-5. I only wonder why RODE wouldn't sell them as a stand-alone, as I would love to have a pair of these AND a pair of the NT-5s. They are very open sounding and natural, I suspect with some treatment that makes them sound smoother than the "real" situation. I used them on a classical quintet with great results.