Rode NT4 Stereo X/Y Condenser Microphone
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Overview

The RODE NT4 is a single-point X/Y stereo condenser microphone with low-noise electronics and a crisp, detailed sound. Two small diaphragm capsules sit at the top of the NT4, crossed at 90 degrees for a picture-perfect X/Y stereo array. Powered by standard phantom power or even a 9V battery, and shipped with mini-jack and dual XLR cables, the NT4 is a great solution for portable recording of live shows, band practice, or sound effects in the field.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • NT4 Stereo Condenser Microphone
Finish
  • Nickel
Year
  • 2010s
Made In
  • Australia
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