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Rode Procaster Broadcast Dynamic Microphone
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The RODE Procaster is a professional broadcast quality dynamic microphone, specifically designed to offer no-compromise performance for voice applications in the broadcast environment. Featuring a tight polar pattern and tailored-for-voice frequency response, the Procaster is perfect for every application where a great sounding, robust microphone with superior ambient noise rejection is demanded. The Procaster features an internal pop filter, designed to minimise plosives sounds that can overload the microphone capsule and distort the audio output. Its high output dynamic capsule and balanced low impedance output make it an ideal broadcast and voice over microphone. The RODE Procaster microphone is designed and made in Australia, and covered by RODE Microphones' industry leading 10 year warranty.
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Works perfectly with my Zoom H6. The only downside is the weight which really needs a good shock mount! Unfortunately, the only one that seem good enough is the Rode.
So expect to invest in the entire Rode eco-system but worth it for audio quality.
I do have some warnings though, this thing needs gain, so be sure you have a good preamp to combo with it. Had to turn the gain up to 8/10 on a D-PRE preamp and it sounds goood.
Also I'm not sure if I'm an isolated case, but mine had some jerkyness in the XLR connector and later found out the little XLR socket at the bottom of it wasn't tightly screwed and could be pulled out of the microphone casing if not careful. It was easily fixed by screwing it in with a small flathead screwdriver.
You will need lots of gain to get a solid level from the mic. I have to turn the input on my Konnekt 24D all the way up and then boost the level in OBS which I use to stream. However, even with all that gain I hear no hiss. I also need to have mic very close to my mouth (which I do via a clip onto desk boom arm), but it can be placed far enough away such that pop and plosives are not audible without the need for an additional pop shield. That being said I don't shout down the mic.
The necessary positioning of the mic and its design is very good at rejecting any external noise. I live by a very busy road and no traffic noise is picked up, except the sirens of the occasional emergency vehicle a bit.
WOW, it Sounds great, not as good as the electro voice RE27 but still sounds amazing, In all honesty I prefer the ProCaster to the RE20 and the SM7B which are both meant to be studio level microphones I'm not saying that the re20 or sm7b are bad mics but the procaster sounds better with my voice personally. The procaster sounds warm and tight not as full and mellow as the re20 but theres something about the procaster's sound which I absolutely love, overall it sounds great and for the price you cant go wrong.
This thing is built like a freaking tank! its all metal and it weights a ton (not really, around 700G) there isn't a single bit of plastic on this microphone and I love that, This microphone will last for years & years to come.
If you want to build a studio or run a podcast and you want to do it all on a tight budget then I'd definitely suggest to get this microphone and the PreSonus 22VSL and a nice PreAmp like the PreSonus TubePre V2, this combo of products will produce a beautiful sound which everyone will love, on the other hand if you're budget is a little bit larger then I'd suggest the ElectroVoice RE27 it sounds "larger" and "meatier" whilst still maintaining that rich sparkly high end.
The procaster is great and is definitely worth the £125.
This microphone is the first XLR powered device I've owned and the sound difference from USB is astounding, when used in conjunction with my Scarlett 2i2 the voice clarity is impressive.
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