New Rode Mics

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by Doublehelix, Apr 14, 2003.

  1. Doublehelix

    Doublehelix Well-Known Member

    Oct 7, 2001
    Has anyone seen or heard about the new Rode mics that are coming out soon, the K2 and the NT2000? I have not heard anything about release dates as of yet, but they sure sound like they will be sweet! Nothing on their web site as of yet, just a small blurb in EQ magazine...

    The K2 is their new tube mic, built on NTK technology, but has less noise, and a continuously variable polar pattern.

    The NT2000 is a new LD condensor with a continuously variable polar pattern, a continuously variable pad, and a continuously variable high-pass filter, all with less than 10dB self noise.

    Anyone know anything more than this???

    Maybe we can get Kurt to do a review, and then maybe we can convince him to not be such a Rode basher!!! lol!
  2. godotzilla

    godotzilla Guest

    That figures! I go out and buy an NTK a few months ago. I shoulda known they'd be coming out w/ an improved version of the mic.
  3. Doublehelix

    Doublehelix Well-Known Member

    Oct 7, 2001
    Yeah, I did the exact same thing!!! Oh well, I still love my NTK!!!
  4. ErikFlipside

    ErikFlipside Guest

    has anybody compared the NTK versus the Studio Projects TB1? today i bought my Studio Projects VTB-1 from a dealer in northern kentucky and i asked him which tube mic he prefers: the NTK or the TB!. he said to go with the TB1 mic over the NTK. he sells both and probably makes more money off of the NTK. what about the Studio Projects C1 vesus the Rode NT2? thoughts?
  5. golli

    golli Active Member

    Apr 17, 2003
    For you guys who own a NTK, just get the new one and I'll buy a NTK from one of you. So you see there are no problems here ;)
  6. Gabriel Sousa

    Gabriel Sousa Member

    Dec 15, 2002

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