User manual for Rode M3 Multi-Powered Cardioid Condenser Microphone M3
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- Manufacturer: Rode
- Basic description and contents of package
- Product classification: Pro Audio - Recording - Small Diaphragm Condenser
- Safety instructions
- Startup and operation of the small diaphragm condenser
- Tips for setting up your Rode
- Settings and expert assistance
- Contact Rode service
- Warranty information
- Price: 149 USD
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User manual for the Rode M3 Multi-Powered Cardioid Condenser Microphone M3
The user manual for the Rode M3 Multi-Powered Cardioid Condenser Microphone M3 provides
necessary instructions for the proper use of the product Pro Audio - Recording - Small Diaphragm Condenser.
The M3 Condenser Microphone from Rode is an end address microphone that is great for recording applications, sound reinforcement, and more. This low-noise, wide-response condenser microphone features a heavy-duty metal body, low self-noise, battery status LED, and a high pass filter. A three position Pad switch maximizes headroom up to -10 dB and -20 dB. The M3 is capable of either 24-48V phantom power or internal 9V alkaline battery. The compact, versatile M3 is designed for maximum flexibility and is great for general instrument or vocal capturing.
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Additional parameters of the Rode M3 Multi-Powered Cardioid Condenser Microphone M3:
| Operating Principle || Pressure Gradient |
| Transducer || Condenser |
| Diaphragm || 0.5" (12.70 mm) |
| Polar Pattern || Cardioid |
| Frequency Range || 40 Hz to 20 kHz |
| Equivalent Noise Level || 21 dB A-Weighted |
| Maximum SPL || 142 dB SPL 1% |
| Impedance || 200 ohms |
| Sensitivity || -40 dB, re: 1 V/Pa |
| Power Requirements || 24 V, 48 V |
| Pad || Yes, 10 dB |
Yes, 20 dB
| Length || 8.86" (225 mm) |
| Diameter || 1.30" (33 mm) |
| Weight || 0.86 lb (390 g) |
| Package Weight || 1.65 lb |
| Box Dimensions (LxWxH) || 10.9 x 5.2 x 3.0" |
The user manual for the Rode M3 Multi-Powered Cardioid Condenser Microphone M3 can be downloaded in .pdf
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all the basic and advanced features and tells you how to use the small diaphragm condenser.
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|Subject: Mic response|
|Date: 24.01.2021 22:54:53||Author: Steve Cope|
|My Rode M3 mic works perfectly for a period of between 10 - 30 mins. It then , for no apparent reason, has a sharp reduction in sensitivity. It does not cease to work completely, but the pick-up of sound is dramatically reduced. If I unplug the mic from the amp, at either mic or amp end, and then plug it back in, the level of of sensitivity returns to the fully functional level. |
I am not using a battery. I use the ghost power facility on my Roland AC60 Acoustic Chorus amplifier.
Any ideas about how I can rectify this problem would be greatly appreciated. As things stand, I cannot use the amp for gigging because the power drops out at random points in the performance. Thanks.
The mic is two years old, I bought it new.
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