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Rode nt1000 and M audio Audio baddy is it going to work?

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Yes, the M-Audio Audio Buddy is capable of supplying the NT-1000 with the Phantom power it requires to operate.

Posted on Mar 26, 2010

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I want to use my rode NT1-A on my laptop. how do i do so?


you need a recording interface (with phantom power if the mic requires that - most condensor mics need phantom power) to go from the mic to the interface, then to the computer. There are many USB recording interfaces - some easy plug and play interfaces include:

http://www.amazon.com/ART-Project-Series-Microphone-Preamp/dp/B000K6B59Y/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&qid=1334413603&sr=8-8

Then on your computer you need an application such as audacity (if windows), cubase, sonar, logic, pro tools, or any other audio recording app that will allow you to record and edit tracks. From there, you can install many different plugins or apps that can process the audio and add effects to the tracks like reverb, delay, distortion, etc.

Apr 09, 2012 | Rode NT1A Professional Microphone

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Rode NT1A: i got an adapter so i can input it in the mic input the pc says an audio device has been put in but i cant find it anywhere! please help me i also have an Acer Z5710


The reason it is not being picked up by your PC is because the NT1A is a condenser microphone and it requires an audio interface that can supply phantom power (48V) to get it powered up. Without phantom power, the NT1A won't work. You many need to buy an external audio interface that provides phantom power to use the mic. Hope that helps.

Mar 03, 2011 | Rode NT1A Professional Microphone

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I plug my rode ntg-2 into the computer and record using audacity and the recording is extremely low in volume.


This mic needs phantom power to operate. Best bet, go and buy a USB mic pre, such as a M-Audio product.

This mic, I believe also runs on a battery, when phantom power is not available...so check the battery.

Or, simply, your record levels are set too low.

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Suddenly Dead NT-1000


Remember that this mic requires phantom power to operate. It is a condenser type of mic.

May 19, 2010 | Rode NT1000 Professional Microphone

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Does the NT1A work with the M-Audio MobilePre USB preamp?


The NT1-A will work with any mic preamp that has phantom power.

May 04, 2010 | Rode NT1A Professional Microphone

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M-Audio USB


U need an external phantom power supply, they run about $19.99, or you can get a different interface which has phantom power onboard, the cheapest one would be the m-audio mobile pre usb but that would not work on vista 64 bit... best bet is to get external power....

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My rode ntk needs a new tube


I'd check rodes site and see if you can buy one, or take it to a pro audio repair shop, tubes aren't very expensive and can be easily replaced.

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Rode NTK Power Supply and pins


I actually have a spare NTK power supply w/o mic cable or power cable that I can sell if anyone is interested.

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