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Rode Pro Audio Parts & Accessories

Established in 1967, Rode is an Australian-owned audio company that produces microphones, video equipment and a variety of other resources uses for audio and visual purposes.

The company is run by Swedish-born business owners, Henry and Astrid Freedman, who started designing amps and loudspeakers. Microphone development came later, once the business was established and the company found a way of producing a high quality microphone at a low cost to the buyer and the business.

Types of Pro Audio Parts & Accessories

Rode has a wide range of accessories to match its extensive microphone range. These comprise of microphones designed for both live and for studio use.

  • Mounts - designed to hold your microphone in place, as well as to stop your microphone from picking up any unwanted sounds.
  • Windshields – the furry accessory that is held over microphones to protect your microphone in external conditions, as well as project sound. They are lightweight to carry around.
  • Boom poles - enable a microphone to securely attach to a windshield when recording on a live set and for the purpose of portability. Boompole clips can be bought separately to use as joiners.
  • Clips and Clamps – used to attach your microphones to a music system, clamps also help to tighten up a microphone to a stand.
  • Cables - used to connect a microphone to sound equipment.

Why Use Rode Accessories?

  • Rode’s mounts have a function of holding cables or wires in place, to stop them stretching out across a stage or performance area.
  • A boom pole is lightweight and can be carried out around easily, as well as having the function of swivelling the microphone in different directions.

Looking After Your Rode Accessories

  • All equipment needs to be packed away in moulded hard cases, to protect from external weather conditions and to avoid knocks and scratches of the equipment.
  • A microphone needs to be dusted regularly to stop dirt from building up.
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