Rode M3 Versatile End-Address Condenser Microphone Price & Specs
- Heavy-Duty Metal Body
- Internal Capsule Shockmount
- High Level of RF Rejection
- On-Mic Selectable High-Pass Filter
Rode M3 Versatile End-Address Condenser Microphone Overview
The M3 Versatile End-Address Condenser Microphone from Rode is designed to be completely at home in the studio, on stage, or on location. It features a heavy-duty metal body and an internally shockmounted 1.3″ condenser capsule. The mic can be powered with 24V or 48V phantom power or an internal 9V battery.
The microphone’s -10 dB and -20 dB level attenuator pad is selectable from inside the battery compartment and allows you to record loud sources like a snare drum or guitar amplifier. A selectable high-pass filter is built into the microphone power switch that introduces a filter at 80 Hz and helps reduce low-frequency sounds and handling noise. The Rode M3 includes a windshield, a mic clip, and a zip pouch.
Battery or Phantom-Powered Condenser
The Rode M3 microphone can be powered by 24 to 48V phantom power or an internal 9V alkaline battery.
Cardioid Polar Pattern
The microphone’s cardioid polar pattern reduces off-axis noise and maximizes gain.
-10 dB and -20 dB Pad Switch
A three-position pad switch maximizes headroom up to -10 dB and -20 dB.
A high-pass filter switch eliminates noise and hum at the lower frequency range.