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Question about the old Rode NT1 (not the NT1-A)

Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by thrasymachus, May 13, 2005.

  1. thrasymachus

    thrasymachus Guest

    I've got an old Rode NT1 (again, this is not the NT1-A anniversary model out now). I've run into financial trouble and it is a little more microphone than I need right now, so I'm thinking about selling it. Problem is I can't figure out how much it is worth anywhere! Does anyone know approximately how much I could get on ebay for the microphone, an AT8801 48v phantom power supply and a good six foot microphone cord? How do I price something like this?

    Thanks!
     
  2. maintiger

    maintiger Well-Known Member

    probably about a hundred or 150 w/power supply- I know they were 299 when they first came out (I bought one) but rode later dropped the price to 199- Another thing to consider is that the very first ones (the first year or so, 1998 I think?) had a great capsule which was changed when the priced dropped to a cheaper capsule- thus the first year or two were much better sounding than the later ones... I don't know how to tell which are which, though. I know that i bought a second one around 2000 and it was clearly inferior sounding.
     
  3. ronmac

    ronmac Active Member

    Prepal is a site that shows the average price that gear has sold for on EBay. I am not sure how often it is updated.

    http://www.prepal.com/data/Rode.htm


    Ron
     
  4. frob

    frob Well-Known Member

    i could not find a difrance between the nt1 and nt1a also i coulnd find Neumann.
     

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