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Rode Stereo VideoMic X On-Camera Microphone Broadcast



For capturing audio the Stereo VideoMic X by RODE Microphones offers professional quality. It can be used as an on-camera mic in various environments, for applications such as interviews, weddings, sports and nature shoots, and more. It features a matched pair of 1/2″ condenser capsules configured in a stacked X-Y configuration with cardioid polar patterns, a 40 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response, and 9V battery or 48V phantom power. It is built with a balanced mini XLR (TA3F) output connector, and an unbalanced 1/8″ output stereo mini jack plug. The Stereo VideoMic X can deliver professional-grade audio and gets the job done when capturing audio in various environments.



The RODE Stereo VideoMic X features:

Digital switching on the rear that allows the user to control level adjustment, high-pass filter, and high-frequency boost to increase intelligibility of dialogue.
The enclosure is constructed of a lightweight aluminium, and, inside the enclosure.
The capsules are supported by the Rycote Lyre shock-mounting system, providing isolation from vibration as well as knocks and bumps. In addition, a pop shield and wind shield is included.
Acoustically matched true condenser capsules

Balanced professional XLR outputs, and unbalanced 1/8″ stereo mini-jack outputs are provided
Rugged metal construction insures durability

Three step high-pass filter (0, 75 Hz, 150 Hz)
Three position level control (-10dB, 0dB, +20dB)
High frequency boost (+6dB)
LED power on/low battery indicator
10 Year Warranty* 1
Suitable as On-Camera Microphone
Cardioid Polar Pattern
40 Hz to 20 kHz Frequency Response
9V or Phantom Power
Balanced XLR Output
Level Adjustment
High Frequency Boost
Includes Pop Shield and Wind Shield
Built-In Shock Mount
Lightweight Aluminium Construction

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