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RØDE PodMic £100

Røde has made some smart moves in the world of podcasting in recent years. With its PodMic, the Australian company is creating tough competition for classic broadcast microphones at a fraction of the price. For this review, we’re pitting the PodMic against the de facto podcast standard, the Shure SM7B.

We’ve spent a lot of time with the PodMic. Not only have we used it to record the MusicTech podcast for the better part of a year but it’s also been pressed into action for frequent Zoom calls. The microphone is small but hefty. The main body is only about 12cm in length and under 6cm in diameter, making it significantly smaller than other pro mics and suited to cramped spaces. At just shy of 1kg, it’s heavier than the SM7B, giving it a premium feel.

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