Rode ProCaster Microphone

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Rode ProCaster
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Rode ProCaster Microphone

The Rode ProCaster Microphone is a professional broadcast quality dynamic microphone, specifically designed to offer no-compromise performance for voice applications in the broadcast environment.

The Rode ProCaster Microphone features a tight polar pattern and tailored-for-voice frequency response, and is perfect for every application where a great sounding, robust microphone with superior ambient noise rejection is demanded.

The Rode ProCaster features an internal pop filter, designed to minimise plosives sounds that can overload the microphone capsule and distort the audio output.

Its high output dynamic capsule and balanced low impedance output make the Rode ProCaster an ideal broadcast and voice over microphone.

The Rode ProCaster Microphone is designed and made in Australia, and covered by Rode Microphones' industry leading 10 year warranty.

Rode ProCaster Microphone Features

  • Broadcast quality sound
  • High output dynamic capsule
  • Balanced, low impedance output
  • Internal shock mounting of capsule for low handling noise
  • Internal pop-filter to reduce plosives
  • Robust, all metal construction
  • Designed and manufactured in Australia

Rode ProCaster Microphone Specifications

  • Acoustic Principle: Dynamic
  • Polar Pattern: Cardioid
  • Address Type: End
  • Frequency Range: 75Hz - 18kHz
  • Output Impedance: 320O
  • Sensitivity: -56.0dB re 1 Volt/Pascal (1.60mV @ 94 dB SPL) +/- 2 dB @ 1kHz
  • Weight: 695.00gm
  • Dimensions: 214.00mmH x 53.00mmW x 53.00mmD
  • Output: XLR Output

Rode ProCaster Microphone Includes

  • ProCaster - Broadcast Quality Dynamic Microphone
  • RM2 - Ring-Mount Microphone Stand
  • ZP1 - Padded Zip Pouch
  • 1 Year Warranty (free 10 years extension following registration of your microphone)

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  • 5
    great for podcast

    Posted by Czar on Sep 11th 2017

    I use this mic for my youtube videos and I love it. Didn't want to spend the price tag of a RE20. This mic will give you that broadcast sound for an affordable price.

  • 5
    BARGAIN Broadcast or Spoken Word Mic!

    Posted by Dee Lee Cee, voice guy and trainer on Sep 27th 2016

    Rich sound, slight presence peak, SMOOVE and nice proximity effect. Real cardioid pattern (useful in a radio studio or large voc-booth) and no noise of its own. Good enough to replace the "usual suspect" EV, Heil and Shure broadcast mics so everyone has a good mic and it isn't stupidly expensive at all. Super long warranty, great build quality... nice!

    USE A REAL SHOCKMOUNT. There is no lo-cut filter, so... My preamp has it, but it should be in the mic. That's the only "missing" feature.

    Beauty mic, Rode, at a beauty price!

  • 5
    This is a bargain microphone, the EV-RE20 Killer!

    Posted by Rev. David Lee on Jul 26th 2016

    Condensers are too crispy for my voice. I used an old ATM25, quiet and fat. Everyone likes it.

    For spoken voice the RE20's a good mic but big$$.

    Here's Rode Procaster, the EV-killer!

    Less thump, shmoov mids, gentle highs, I bring it now. Folks with RE20's note the smooth, rich sound withou big pop or ess. Some just smile, "Yep, good mic!"

    Side addressed it's quiet enough to take eq-ing up for characters, it's well made, s/n'd, LONG-warranted, low handling noise, has exc side rejection.

    Procaster has been beauty on my show and guests lust for it!

    I've read reviews by studios using the Procaster as their main workhorse mics for guitar, amps, vocals, and it's "cheap."

    Well made and looks "like" but "not like" the RE20, it's no secret anymore.

    Rode have always had trouble with demand for this great mic so it may be back-ordered. Bear that in mind. It's worth waiting.

    Rode's Gold Dot is a sign of value, Procaster included!!

  • 1
    Product 5 stars. FrontEnd's service 1 star.

    Posted by Sam Evans on Feb 19th 2016

    For the second time in 6 months, FrontEnd Audio sold me merchandise they did not have in stock. Why not warn the customer before a purchase is completed that you don't actually have the items you're selling? Took 13 days to ship my order, 18 days to arrive.