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Rode ntk has lost gain

It was fine then it lost most of its volume
is this a tube problem?

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This is more likely typical component failure, and will require professional service. A tube change is easy to perform, however, and should be the first troubleshooting step.

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SOURCE: 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.

Posted on Aug 06, 2008

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SOURCE: 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.

Posted on Mar 28, 2009

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SOURCE: Rode NTK power supply and cable needed . I

use the web dude
http://www.rodemic.com/support.php#q23

Q: Can I buy a power supply for my mic?
A: NTK, K2 & Classic II mics are sold as complete units, power supplies and mics are not sold separately but as warranty items only.

For direct information and technical support questions contact:

In Australia:
ozsupport@rodemic.com
or call (02) 9648 5855

In United States and Puerto Rico:
usasupport@rodemic.com
or call (805) 566 7777
between 12:30PM and 4:00PM PST

Hope this helps
Thanks for using FixYa



Posted on Aug 12, 2010

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use the web dude
http://www.rodemic.com/support.php#q23

Q: Can I buy a power supply for my mic?
A: NTK, K2 & Classic II mics are sold as complete units, power supplies and mics are not sold separately but as warranty items only.

For direct information and technical support questions contact:

In Australia:
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or call (02) 9648 5855

In United States and Puerto Rico:
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or call (805) 566 7777
between 12:30PM and 4:00PM PST

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Contact Rode (www.rodemic.com), i am unsure if they cover the tube's in their 10 year warranty, if not you will have to pay, or try to replace yourself (not reccomended if you don't know what your doing.)

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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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