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Friday November 8th 2013, Sydney Australia - RODE Microph...
RODE's New M5
11/8/2013
Friday November 8th 2013, Sydney Australia - RODE Microphones is proud to announce the release of its brand new M5 compact condenser microphone. Inspired by the company's flagship small-diaphragm NT5, the M5 features a 1/2" cardioid electret condenser capsule and is available in acoustically matched pairs.

Designed and made in Australia, the M5 exhibits low noise and has a full frequency response that makes it ideal for studio recording and live performance. The M5 is equally at home on a range of acoustic instruments, choirs, or anywhere you would employ a small-diaphragm condenser microphone, either individually or as a stereo array.

A result of many years' experience building the award-winning NT5 microphone, RODE has succeeded in making a high-quality 'pencil'-style permanently polarized condenser that will impress even the most demanding of artists and engineers. This matched pair has been carefully selected to ensure a variation of no more than 1dB sensitivity between the microphones. A premium foiled certificate is supplied to verify the authenticity of the pair.

The M5 is finished with RODE's proprietary ceramic coating which offers a sleek matt black finish, and is supplied with WS5 windshields and RM5 stand mounts.

RODE's Global Marketing & Sales Director, Damien Wilson, commented: "The NT5 has consistently been one of our most praised and best-selling microphones since its release almost ten years ago. As pencil condensers go it is in my opinion one of the very best in the world, however we recognised that a lot of artists want to use a RODE small-diaphragm condenser microphone but don't require the superlative dynamics and versatile capsule interchange found on the NT5. The new M5 offers them an incredible sounding microphone that represents great value."

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