Rode NT5 Reviews 5

Rode NT5

The Rode NT5 is priced well and affordable for a good mic.. This cost me less than half of the amount of the expensive equipment that I had and I have better recordings out of the Rode NT 5 and TC Electronics Desktop Konnekt 6. I can say this because I have Auralex studio foam set up in a closet and I did have the SE Electronics Reflexion Fi... [read more on Audiofanzine]

yoTrakkz rated this unit 5 on 2011-10-21.

Bottom Line? These mics are incredible for home studios and a great back up pair for commercial use. At 1/4 the price of a stereo pair of Neumann KM 184's it is definitely the best value for the price. [read more on Audiofanzine]

AlexV rated this unit 4 on 2010-03-15.

I don't own these, but I have used them many times at studios that I've freelanced at. They are a fairly common mic, and are used a lot for drum overheads and for miking up orchestral sections in stereo. They have a very clean and clinical sound, which may or may not be what you're looking for. They are very sensitive and handle transients ve... [read more on Audiofanzine]

joshsound rated this unit 4 on 2008-10-17.

These mics are great as a stereo pair. While these aren't the Neumann KM184s, these little things are still great for drum overheads and acoustic instruments when you want that certain high end twang. I also have a pair of AKG C1000s and in my opinion these are a better bang for your buck. If I'm not mistaken, these have gone up a bit in price s... [read more on Audiofanzine]

moosers rated this unit 5 on 2008-03-25.

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