Rode NT2000 Large-Diaphragm Multipattern Condenser Microphone


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Rode NT2000 Large-Diaphragm Multipattern Condenser Microphone

Features at a Glance
  • True condenser (externally biased)
  • Large 1" HF1 capsule with gold-sputtered dual diaphragms
  • The polar pattern is continuously variable between omnidirectional, cardioid, and figure-8
  • Continuously variable pad and high-pass filter
  • Self-noise of only 7 dBA
  • Transformerless JFET active circuitry
  • Wide dynamic range
  • XLR 3-pin output connector
  • Runs on phantom power
  • High-strength welded and heat-treated steel mesh head
  • Internally shock-mounted capsule
Large-Diaphragm True Condenser
This true condenser (externally biased) features a 1" gold-sputtered, dual-diaphragm capsule that provides a broad frequency response, wide dynamic range, and excellent signal-to-noise ratio.
Variable Polar Pattern
The NT2000's polar pattern is continuously variable from omnidirectional to cardioid to figure 8. As a result, the NT2000 offers excellent versatility for single-source close miking, dual-source pickup, room ambiance capture, and more.
Variable Pad
The pad, which reduces the input level to the microphone's in-built preamp, can be continuously adjusted from 0 to -10 dB. This is very useful when recording loud sound sources (such as close miking of drums or amplifiers) to avoid overloading the microphone's preamplifier.
Variable High-Pass Filter
Choose any setting between 20 and 150 Hz to cut the level of the selected frequency and below by 3 dB. This control is useful for selecting the cut-off point for potentially offending low frequencies such as traffic noise and floor vibrations. It can also be used on vocals to achieve a limited response for a "different" sound.
Transformerless Output
The transformerless JFET output electronics result in an ultralow-noise output (just 7 dBA) while maintaining maximum signal gain.
48V Phantom Power
The NT2000 operates reliably on 24 or 48-VDC phantom power, which can be supplied via most XLR-connected mic preamps, mixer channels, or audio interfaces.
Shockmount and Case
The NT2000's accessory package includes a studio-grade shock mount that reduces stand-borne vibration and a hard shell carry case.
Primary Applications Studio Recording
Form Factor Large Diaphragm Mic / Stand/Boom Mount
Intended Sound Sources Vocals, Speech/Voice Over, Instrument
Sound Field Mono
Operating Principle Pressure Gradient
Capsule Condenser
Diaphragm 1" / 25.40 mm
Polar Pattern Cardioid, Figure-8, Omnidirectional
Pattern Selection Continuously Variable (Adjustable on Mic)
Orientation Side Address
Circuitry Solid-State (JFET)
Pad -10 dB
High-Pass Filter 150 Hz, 3 dB/Octave
20 Hz, 3 dB/Octave 
Tone Adjustment None
Gain Adjustment None
Indicators None
On-Board Controls High-Pass Filter, Pad, Polar Pattern
Windscreen None
Frequency Range 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Maximum SPL 147 dB SPL (1 kHz, 1% THD, 1-Kilohm Load)
157 dB SPL (1 kHz, 1% THD, 1-Kilohm Load, with Pad)
Impedance 200 Ohms
Sensitivity -36 dBV/Pa at 1 kHz
Output Level 15 mV (Max, 1 kHz)
Dynamic Range 140 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio 87 dB SPL (1 kHz)
Equivalent Noise Level 7 dB A-Weighted
Output Connectors (Analog) 1 x XLR 3-Pin Male (on Mic)
Headphone Connector None
Bus Power None
Operating Voltage 24 V (Phantom Power)
48 V (Phantom Power)
Color Silver
Mounting Shockmount (Included)
Included Case Hard Case
Included Filters None
Dimensions ø: 2.2 x L: 8.2" / ø: 55 x L: 208 mm
Weight 1.8 lb / 831 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight 6.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 16 x 13 x 6.4"



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