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  • I have a question about the Rode DS1 Desktop Mic Stand; does it fit all mics? I have the Rode NT-USB mic and need a higher stand as the stock one is pretty useless.

    The ring mount which attaches to the supplied stand on the Rode NTUSB Mic will also fit onto the Rode DS1 desktop microphone stand. You can also use  the Rode NTUSB with a Rode PSA1 Studio Boom Arm


  • I have a question about the Rode DS1 Desktop Mic Stand; does it fit all mics? I have the Rode NT-USB mic and need a higher stand as the stock one is pretty useless.

    The ring mount which attaches to the supplied stand on the Rode NTUSB Mic will also fit onto the Rode DS1 desktop microphone stand. You can also use  the Rode NTUSB with a Rode PSA1 Studio Boom Arm


  • Hi there, is it possible to use multiple lapel microphone's with the SonyUWP-D11 all going back to the single receiver if tuned on to the same frequency? Regards James

    Hi James. Unfortunately one lapel microphone can be used per Sony Hybrid Digital Lavalier Wireless Mic System. You can only hear one transmitter on each receiver.


  • Does the Sennheiser SKP 100 G3-B Plug-On Transmitter provide phantom power to a microphone? I'm using a Rode NTG3 shotgun mic.

    The Sennheiser SKP 100 G3-B Plug-On Transmitter does not supply 48V Phantom power. You would need to either use a Shotgun mic with a battery like the Rode NTG-2 or Rode NTG-4+ or get a plug pack transmitter which does and is compatible with your Sennheiser Evolution 100 system like the SKP 300 G3-B (make sure that you choose the correct frequency range) $645 inc GST. If you haven’t bought a system yet consider the Sony UWPD16 http://www.videocraft.com.au/sony-hybrid-digital-wireless-mic-kit-638-693mhz


  • Regarding the Rode NTG4+, is it compatible with using while connected to phantom power? And does the phantom power recharge the battery?

    Yes, the Rode NTG4+ can get phantom power from being connected to a camera or pre-amp. The phantom power does not charge the included internal lithium ion battery. The Battery can be charged in two hours, and last for up to 150 hours, via the included MicroUSB cable, which can be connected to any USB port. 


  • Can I use the Optional Shotgun Mic and XLR/TRS Inputs and still be able to record simultaneously?Thanks

    The Zoom H5 is a 4 track recorder, which means you can record up to 4 simultaneous audio sources simultaneously, including the Optional Shotgun Mic and XLR/TRS Inputs.


  • I am looking at the Ew-100-eng-g3b as an option to use when I need to run speakers wirelessly at mobile events. Would they be suitable for this ? How well would they transmit the music and are there any limitations such as loss of Bass etc?

    The input sensitivity on the Sennheiser EW100ENGG3B transmitter can be set to line level. The output level of the receiver is mic level, so you will need a mic pre amp at the speaker end. They are not designed for this purpose and I can’t comment on how they would perform.


  • Does the DM100 shot gun mic fit the canon XF100.Thanks. John

    The XF100 Camera has Balanced XLR inputs for professional mics. The DM100 mic is designed for consumer cameras. I would suggest a Sony ECMVG1


  • Regarding the Video Mic ME, the built-in headphone jack for monitoring write-up says that it's app-dependant. Does that mean I need to use a specific app while shooting video to use the headphone jack?

    In theory the quality of sound recorded is not app dependent, however Rode have a specific App that definitely supports the Rode VideoMic Me.


  • I have been getting crackling when recording audio. Is there a setting to fix this ?

    Often when using a Rode VideoMic Me mic to record to the phone, there is interference from the phone signal itself. When recording audio, try setting the phone to aeroplane mode, as this often solves this issue.


  • The Rode NTG-3 is loose when mounted to a PMW-300K1. Is there an easy way to fix this?

    Yes, this issue is common to most Rode mics when used in a Sony mic holder. It can be fixed with the purchase of a Sony Microphone Spacer, which can be found here: http://www.videocraft.com.au/catalogsearch/result/?q=317988201 


  • Does the Rode MiCon-10 Connector work with the Rode Lavalier Mic

    The Rode Micon10 Adapter will work with the Rode Lavalier Mic, HS1 and Rode Pinmic.


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