SKU: GC77-NTG4

Rode NTG4 Shotgun Microphone with Digital Switches

The Rode NTG4 Shotgun Microphone with Digital Switches is a professional shotgun microphone with an expansive feature set that makes it incredibly versatile. It is super lightweight, making it ideal for use on a boom or on a camera. Its low-noise circuitry and clean, crisp sound also make it an excellent microphone for voice-over and livestreaming applications The NTG4 has a highly directional supercardioid polar pattern and features a high-pass filter, a -10dB pad for recording loud sound sources, and a high-frequency boost for compensating for the dulling effect of using a fluffy windshield.

Features

  • Professional shotgun microphone

  • Digitally controlled high-pass filter, high-frequency boost and -10dB pad

  • Tightly controlled directional pickup with a clean, crisp sound

  • Ideal for booming, camera mounting or studio use

Specifications

  • Acoustic Principle Line Gradient

  • Capsule 0.50"

  • Polar Pattern Supercardioid

  • Address Type End

  • Frequency Range 20Hz - 20kHz (selected HPF @75Hz)

  • Output Impedance 200Ω

  • Maximum SPL 135dB SPL

  • Sensitivity -32.0dB re 1 Volt/Pascal (25.00mV @ 94 dB SPL) +/- 2 dB @ 1kHz

  • Equivalent Noise Level (A-Weighted) 16dBA

  • Power Requirements P12 P24 P48

  • Output Connection XLR

  • Weight 126g

  • Dimensions (mm) 225 (H) x 22 (W) x 22 (D)

What's in the Box

  • RODE NTG4 Shotgun Microphone

  • RODE RM5 Stand Mount for the NT5 Microphone

  • Foam Windscreen

  • Padded Zip Pouch

Regular price $370.00
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Product Overview

The Rode NTG4 Shotgun Microphone with Digital Switches is a professional shotgun microphone with an expansive feature set that makes it incredibly versatile. It is super lightweight, making it ideal for use on a boom or on a camera. Its low-noise circuitry and clean, crisp sound also make it an excellent microphone for voice-over and livestreaming applications The NTG4 has a highly directional supercardioid polar pattern and features a high-pass filter, a -10dB pad for recording loud sound sources, and a high-frequency boost for compensating for the dulling effect of using a fluffy windshield.

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