Rode’s Astonishingly Good Headphones Just Got A Snap-On Microphone Upgrade


It’s a short boom microphone, adding just 5 grams to the overall weight of the headphones. Rode promises “broadcast-grade audio” from the omnidirectional miniature condenser capsule, with a 20Hz-20kHz frequency range and 67dB signal-to-noise ratio. Interestingly, there’s also the promise of decent plosive rejection — the pops that you get from certain letters in words like “p” and “t” — thanks to the shape and positioning of the boom, rather than the more traditional fix of some sort of pop-shield.

It’s designed to plug into the right headphone cup, and like Rode’s headphones cable, the NTH-Mic has a locking plug that holds it in place. That way, even if the cable gets snagged, there’s less likelihood of it being disconnected unexpectedly. 

Rode will sell the NTH-Mic separately, for those who already have the NTH-100 headphones, for $59. There’ll also be a Rode NTH-100M bundle, with the headphones and microphone, for $189.



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