The Rode M1 Microphone is a high quality dynamic microphone designed to give you the best possible vocals. Whether you're live on stage or recording in the studio, the Rode M1 Microphone is a great companion to have, offering you with defined clarity and a a tightly controlled cardioid polar pattern that minimizes any audio spill and feedback.
With a rock solid die-cast body and sturdy dynamic capsule the Rode M1 can take all the abuse you or your Roadie can throw at it, without showing signs of age or neglect. The Rode M1 also comes with a zip pouch, so you can store your mic away after each performance and transport it easily.
Practical and lightweight
The Rode M1 is very lightweight despite being built to take all the abuse that gigs can throw at mic's meaning that it won't hinder your stage antics when rocking out live, especially for those that like to swing their mic's about the place.
You can rely on the Rode M1 Microphone to offer reliable high quality performance, day after day, gig after gig. The Rode M1 Microphone even comes available with a ten year warranty when you register your product online, guaranteeing that your microphone lives a long and fulfilled life.
Manufacturer Rode Model M1 Dynamic Microphone Dimensions (H x W x D) 171 x 51.50 x 51.50 mm Weight 0.66lbs (0.3kg) Connectivity Output: XLR out Microphone Type Dynamic Microphone Polar Pattern Cardioid Frequency Range 75Hz - 18kHz Output Impedance 320 Ohms Sensitivity -56.0dB re 1 Volt/Pascal (1.60mV @ 94 dB SPL) +/- 2 dB @ 1kHz Included Accessories RM1 Stand Mount
ZP1 Zip Pouch
- Customer Reviews
- The Rode M1 isn't as sensitive as my Shure Beta 58A; however, it does capture my voice more accurately and it cuts through the mix better on heavy rock songs too.
What caught my attention about the M1 was its extended frequency range up to 18000hz, compared to the Beta 58A's 16000hz top end and after singing through both microphones; that has translated into a cleaner, more accurate rendition of my voice; particularly in the upper registers.
The Beta 58A is a good microphone that has served me well over the last five years; however, since I started singing through the M1 in recent months; I've found a microphone better suited for my voice.
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