Question about Rode Audio Players & Recorders
The cardiod pattern is as the instruction manual dictates and there is no difference between 9v battery or 24/48v phantom power.
Posted on Mar 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Rode NT2 got Phantom!
Well... Rode NT2's are condenser mic's that require phantom power to work. So the phantom switch should be on. When you turn phantom power on you usually hear a bump sound (through the amplifier). In this case, nothing is broken.
Your picture is of a Rode Videomic (not an NT2) which is a stereo mic for video cameras. If you had some kind of stereo mini to (single) XLR adaptor, and put phantom power through it, the mic would probably be damaged. But maybe not... just try again without phantom power to see. a stereo mic won't work very well with the Mbox Mini because it only has one mic preamp.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
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