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22 Revendeurs en ligne vendant le NTR
Revendeurs en ligne vendant le NTR
At first glance of the NTR you’re aware that it’s very special and unique – an intricate blend of art and science.
Designed to hang in the world’s finest recording studios and performance halls equally as well as home studio spaces, its existence is a labour of love for RØDE. Every element of the NTR, from the transformer to the ribbon element itself, has been designed and created in-house at RØDE’s headquarters in Sydney, Australia. All with the aim of crafting the finest ribbon microphone available.
Sonically, the NTR is capable of reproducing unprecedented high frequency detail and accuracy, addressing common criticisms of other ribbon microphones, while opening up the possible usage scenarios considerably. This allows it to record sound sources that usually require a more sensitive microphone element.
|Principe acoustique||Velocity Transducer|
|Electronique active||Step-up Transformer and signal balanced preamp stage|
|Bande passante||20Hz - 20kHz|
|Impédance de sortie||200Ω|
|Niveau max. de pression sonore (SPL)||130dB (@1kHz, 1% de distorsion harmonique sous 1kΩ)|
|Sensibilité||-30.5dB re 1 Volt/Pascal (30.00mV @ 94 dB SPL) +/- 2 dB @ 1kHz|
|Niveau de bruit équivalent (pondération A)||15dBA|
|Niveau de bruit équivalent (pondération A)||1047g|
|Niveau de bruit équivalent (pondération A)||216mmH x 65mmW x 65mmD|
|Garantie||1 an avec extension gratuite de la garantie à 10 ans après enregistrement ici|
Where the NTR really shines is the combination of its active circuitry with that whopping transformer to provide oodles of gain with very little noise. The output level is wholly un-ribbon-like. If you come to the Rode NTR expecting to have to pony up for a preamp with 70dB of ultra-clean gain for any quieter sources — a la a conventional ribbon design — think again.
Overall, the RØDE was a joy to work with. It gives you that classic ribbon character, with a little more top-end extension. The key here is a much higher output level than other ribbons and a sound that takes EQ superbly, without the burden of unwanted noise. With the attention to detail RØDE puts into getting these ribbons right, the sound I was hearing will no doubt be the sound you will.
On speech there's a richness and solidity to the lows and mids that is immediately pleasing to the ear. Strong nulls are evident at the 90 degree points, and the rear pickup sounds completly consistent with the front.
Those active electronics work well too, delivering a quiet, healthy output and negating the need for a preamp with 'ribbon amounts' of clean gain.
...it's around half the cost of the R-122 or the RNR1, and still significantly cheaper than the entry level offerings from AEA.... to my ears it belongs firmly in the same echelons as the higher priced competition.
Designed and built entirely in RØDE's Australian factory, the NTR is beautifully made and visually very distinctive.
...rather than striving to match the sound of some antediluvian reference point, RØDE have set a sonic benchmark of their own. The NTR will be a first-choice mic in most company, and who knows – in years to come, we may find ourselves judging other ribbon microphones by how well they compare with the RØDE NTR.
On a variety of sound sources we found the mic to deliver a very natural representation of whatever was put in front of it with plenty of low-end and a clear top with a natural roll off...
...it's worth mentioning the mic's strong proximity effect which can be worked for a richer vocal texture. Something else that can be worked is the mic's null points where the extreme rejection from the sides can come in handy, reducing bleed from other instruments.
Sounding full bodied and natural with a very smooth top end (which isn't overly bright like some condensers can be), the NTR also lends itself nicely to miking up guitar cabinets - 9/10