Rode NTG-2 Lightweight Shotgun Condenser Microphone with HPF

 
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  • The new RODE NTG-2 is a lightweight condenser shotgun microphone, designed for professional applications within the film, video, television and production industries.

    FEATURES:
    • Broadcast sound quality
    • Low noise circuitry
    • Condenser transducer
    • P48 phantom power or 1.5V AA battery
    • Two step High-Pass Filter - Flat or 80Hz
    • Rugged metal construction
    • Low weight - 161g (5.17 oz.)
    • Low handling noise



    The NTG-2 provides a balanced low impedance output stage and operates either from an internal 1.5 V battery (AA) or 48 V to the P48 standard. A wide bandwidth and controlled polar response coupled with low noise SMT electronics, makes the NTG-2 the perfect choice for film, video engineering and voice-over work.The NTG-2 is extremely lightweight making it ideal for mounting directly to video cameras or on boom poles.

    Mounting the NTG-2:The NTG-2 comes complete with a heavy duty stand mic holder for mounting the microphone on any compatible stand with a 3/8" or 5/8" thread.; Install by pushing the mic in, on an angle coming from the back. You will notice the holder is quite fi rm, and this is intentional so that the NTG-2 will not come out easily, which could damage the mic.

    Supplying Power:The NTG-2 requires power to operate. This needs to be supplied via P48V phantom power supply which is available from most professional video cameras or mixing consoles. Additionally you have the option of using an internal 1.5V AA battery.; To insert a battery, turn the base of the microphone anti-clockwise to unscrew.;Slide the cover down to reveal the battery compartment (the cover will not come off the end of the mic so do not force it). Insert the battery "…bottom fi rst', checking the polarity using the sticker diagram as a guide.

  • Acoustic PrincipleLine plus gradient
    Directional PatternSuper-Cardioid(see graph)
    Frequency Range20Hz ~ 20kHz selectable HPF@80Hz/12dB octave (see graph)
    Output Impedence250ohms - phantom power;350ohms - battery power
    Sensitivity-36dB re 1V/Pa @ 1kHz (15mV @ 94dB SPL) ±2dB @ 1kHz
    Equivalent Noise18dBA SPL (per IEC651)
    Maximum Output+6.9dBu Dynamic Range: 113dB (per IEC651)
    Maximum SPL131dB (@ 1kHz, 1% THD into 1kohms)
    Signal/Noise76dB SPL (@ 1kHz, rel 1Pa per IEC651)
    Power RequirementPhantom P48 or 1.5V Alkaline ‘AA’ Battery
    Current Consumption2.0mA (P48) 0.18mA (1.5V AA)
    Output Connection3-pin XLR, balanced output between pin 2 (+), 3 (-) and pin 1 (ground)
    Net Weight161g
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