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31 在线零售商销售 NT1
NT1 是 RØDE 新推出的一款革命性的 1 英寸振膜电容话筒。
虽然新款 NT1 的筒体与 NT1-A 非常相似，但该款话筒经过彻底重新设计，唯一相同的元素是网状格栅。
NT1 是创新与传统结合的产物，RØDE 的设计工程师从音头开始就使用了全新的设计。这款 HF6 型音头完美地体现了 RØDE 对艺术设计方法与先进制造技术的融合，音质特色不仅会让人想起过去那些经典话筒，同时呈现极低的噪音。
它的研发专注于细微的中频响应，以及如丝般顺滑的高频和温婉圆润的低音重现，使 NT1 在同类产品中绝对独树一帜。
RØDE 还有一个堪称世界第一的特点，即其传感器本身悬浮在话筒中，通过 Rycote 行业领先的 Lyre 系统，可尽量减少音头级的外部振动。然后，将音头与高级电子设备相结合，旨在实现任何现有录音棚话筒中最低的噪音水平。NT1 是一款极为静音的话筒，经测定，本底噪音仅为 4.5dBA。
其筒体由 6061 铝加工而成，然后镀镍以抵抗腐蚀。最后涂以耐用的军用级陶瓷层，利用 RØDE 先进的静电涂装技术，确保抛光后极其耐磨耐划痕。
NT1 配有高质量的悬架减震装置 SM6，可隔离外部的物理影响因素，避免导致话筒中不必要的隆隆声和振动。该装置包括一个可拆卸的防风罩，以及两个调节轴和一个伸缩臂，以实现最终的多功能应用。
NT1 由澳大利亚设计制造，可获得 RØDE 的行业领先的 10 年保修。
|有源电子器件||JFET impedance converter with bipolar output buffer|
|频率范围||20Hz - 20kHz|
|最高 SPL||132dB (@1kHz, 1% THD 进入1kΩ负载)|
|最大输出电平||8.0dBu (@1kHz, 1% THD 进入1kΩ负载) (@ 1kHz, 1% THD into 1KΩ load)|
|灵敏度||-29.0dB re 1 Volt/Pascal (35.00mV @ 94 dB SPL) +/- 2 dB @ 1kHz|
|等效噪音水平（A-加权）||187.00mmH x 50.00mmW x 50.00mmD|
I gave the NT1 a try on a few vocal takes and found it very true to life. As expected, the frequency response curve on the frequency chart is near flat, with virtually no colouring of the sound. It made for some great takes.
In my opinion this is probably the most affordable professional-level large diaphragm microphone on the market – and it comes with a 10 year warranty. At the end of the day, I was in love with the sleek design and simple functionality. This mic will get the job done.
The NT1 vocal sound is crisp and detailed with plenty of warm low-end body, nothing missing or exaggerated in the midrange and an airy clarity in the top end, plus the included double-meshed pop shield does a great job and conveniently sits unobtrusively exactly where you need it.
A decent large diaphragm cardioid condenser mic should be high on the shopping list for anyone who wishes to primarily record vocals and this new NT1 is one of the best we have heard in the reasonably affordable price bracket.
The NT1 is a great mic, and not just for the money. It’s voiced with less emphasis all-round, which makes it a great all-purpose mic. It’s part of what made the U87 a classic in the first place — it just works, a lot of the time. But this is no slavish emulation, Rode has managed to capture that essence of a real workhorse with the NT1. When you wrap the fact you get a completely professional-level shockmount and pop filter thrown in, which is nothing to be sniffed at, the value just keeps getting better.
I want to emphasise that ambient room noise is all you will hear, even at high mic gains; not even a whisper of self noise from the NT1. This is an uncannily quiet microphone! In practice this means you can throw away any need to close mic quiet sources just because of self noise considerations.
I guess I had expected the NT1 to sound more or less the same as the NT1-A but as we’ll see from my recording notes, there are some significant differences with certain sound sources.
...So if you are in the market for an affordable, quality studio condenser microphone then you should pop an NT1 into your cart, you won’t be disappointed.
What's going on with the sound of the new NT1? Unlike the original, which I thought had a good deal of high-mid and top presence; the new version is a much flatter sounding mic. Self-noise is very low.
In short, this is a good bang-for- the-buck mic that won't get you in trouble with harshness. And the SMR shockmount - that's worth the price alone.
I immediately had one of those “This mic costs how much?” moments.
Overall the NT1 reminds me a slight bit of classic mics from the past—not that it’s trying to be “vintage”, but rather that it lacks the high-end profile of many mics that we have come to equate with the “modern condenser sound.”
...the new NT1 sounded surprisingly polished given its modest cost. It brings clarity to the mid-range, helping vocals sit with confidence at the front of the mix, while the top end exudes a hint of air but stops well short of sounding gritty or harsh.
Microphone choice is as much about subjectivity as it is spec sheets, but this very affordable microphone ticks a lot of boxes in both areas and definitely deserves a place on anyone's short list.