USB Microphones

USB microphones

RØDE released one of its first USB microphones, the Podcaster, in 2007 to cater to the growing podcasting market.

This was amongst the first products of its kind to utilise an in-built analog-to-digital converter and USB connection; allowing users to plug the microphone directly into a computer without the need for an external audio interface. The Podcaster was awarded an Australian International Design Award in 2007.

RØDE later added several USB mics to its range, including the NT-USB and NT-USB Mini. RØDE has also integrated a secondary USB audio output into several of its products, including the VideoMic NTG and Wireless GO II.

Since then; many other manufacturers have designed and built their own versions of the USB Microphone for use in Podcasting; and home studio work.

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