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Rode Procaster (XLR) (new in box) Dynamic Microphone Mic Mike - $125 (Wedge on 22nd Lyndale Ave S)

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Lyndale Ave S near 24th

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condition: new
make / manufacturer: Rode
model name / number: Procaster

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If you see this, it's available now, unless marked "Pending". I maintain my listings.

I only use Craigslist mail exchange for incoming. I'll mark as Pending but I can give anyone else 2nd dibs if the first person doesn't work out.

Around 24th and Lyndale S. It's very easy to meet up near the Wedge, and you can stay in your car if you want. I've been on Craigslist forever buying and selling from this neighborhood.

Excellent microphone for voice. This is Dynamic, the closeness to the mic's end will be louder. It is brand new and unused direct from Rode service in California. It was a warranty exchange and yet I did not use it once I received it back. I changed my mic approach entirely is why I have not used it. (There was nothing wrong with the mic I sent in, I had undiagnosed EMI RFI electronic noise in my apartment.)

It is a dynamic mic, meaning your mixer or interface doesn't need a Phantom Power channel.

Rode is one of the leading microphone manufacturers in the world.

It is END ADDRESS, speak toward or near the end from a close distance.

There is a comparison chart with other top dynamic mics included in the photos. You need a lot of "gain" with your input level just like the Shure SM7b and SM58. (Youtube's Podcaststage has several with this mic, the gain on his particular Focusrite interface runs at roughly 75-percent out of 100-percent on the Rode and Shure.)

How to mount? You might need more support than the one in the pictures depending on your intent and circumstances. I would suggest a brand new Rode PSM-1 shock mount from B+H or Sweetwater.

Mount alternatives: The screw in the tail doesn't fit a Samson SP01 spider shock mount. If you want to slip the body into a round clamp, like the kind found on Amazon, the body is 0.53mm, get one that can handle that, and you balance the mic in the middle. Hang that from a very good arm, these are ~$100. I've used a foamy strip that's shown in the pictures to make the circular grip tighter. I have a lot of advice, all you have to do is ask.

Cheap boom arms have springs that make noise, and generally are pretty bad for heavy mics, you'll need a Rode or Gator quality boom arm. If you have a mic stand with a straight boom across the top, you can use a bungee on the other end of the arm but this isn't a good permanent solution, it will be top-heavy and unbalanced overall.



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