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Rode Procaster








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Clip from Grognostics - Where craft beer meets the unexplained using the Rode Procaster
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Why buy the Rode Procaster?

The perfect broadcaster’s mic, built specifically to get the best sound out of voice, the Procaster is every podcast host’s dream. With a level of performance that exceeds its mid-range price, you’ll be well-equipped to take your show to the next level with the Procaster. Here are our three reasons to buy:
  • Simplicity — For hosts who don’t have a degree in sound engineering, the Procaster is wonderfully simple. With no whizz-bang buttons or alternative functions on its casing, the mic will keep you focussed only on what you do best: podcasting.
  • Built for broadcasting — While some mics attempt to be as versatile as possible, the beauty of the Procaster is that it was built specifically for broadcasting, with a frequency response tailored for voice, which makes it the ideal podcaster’s mic.
  • The Rode guarantee — Rode is one of the companies we bang on about most at WhatPods, for its reputation as a world-leading manufacturer of recording equipment. So long as you register your purchase, all Rode mics come with a very generous 10-year warranty, which just proves how durable they know their mics to be.
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Our mic of choice is the Rode, Procaster which retails for about $250. This option offers a low noise signature, professional broadcast quality and high output performance. Rode also backs their product with a 10 year warranty, which speaks to the confidence they have in the quality of the design and materials.

Jason Bramell, host of Grognostics - Where craft beer meets the unexplained

The other day I picked up my first Rode Procaster microphone and was literally blown away. I’d highly encourage you, especially if you have a fuller and deeper voice, to take a look at the Rode Procaster microphone. I am totally sold on it, and paired with their board, you have a plug-and-play high-end sound that will rival any radio production studio anywhere. And that’s saying a lot!  

Thomas Miller, host of Subconscious Mind Mastery Podcast

Under the hood

  • Patterns: Cardioid
  • Dimensions: 8.4 x 2 x 2 in (21.35 x 5.08 x 5.08 cm)
  • Weight: 1.64 pounds (745 grams)
  • Frequency Range: 75Hz - 18kHz
  • Sensitivity: -56.0dB re 1 Volt/Pascal (1.60mV @ 94 dB SPL) +/- 2 dB @ 1kHz