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Rode only dipped into headphones last year, but now it’s ready to announce its first headset.of NTH-100M It takes the familiar design of the NTH-100, but adds a detachable condenser mic. It’s too early to tell if the hardware is truly “broadcast grade,” as Rode claims, but you’ll get high-quality audio when chatting with teammates or hosting live streams. The company’s reputation for mics is a good sign if you want a boom mic. NTH mic) if you already have headphones.
Otherwise the design looks familiar. Rode claims the 40mm dynamic drivers are designed for precise frequency response with minimal distortion. If you need a neutral sound for your podcasts or video editing, the NTH-100M is perfect. He doesn’t have features like noise canceling or his Bluetooth, but the headset is surprisingly comfortable. After trying out the NTH-100, I found the cooling gel and other designs to be helpful for long listening sessions.
NTH-100M is Retail price is $189 That’s $50 more than the base headphones.If you already own an NTH-100, you can get the NTH-Mic $69 extraThis means that if you can hold up and have a mic available, the combo deal can save you $20. You can also buy and upgrade at any time.
The NTH-100M is also a unique product in the Road lineup. While not part of the company’s Rode X gaming brand, it’s clearly aimed at gamers and Twitch streamers as much as musicians and podcasters. It straddles the line between creative and creative.
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