Rode SM2 Shockmount
Record pure sound, without the unwanted noise produced by vibrations and movement, with help from the Rode SM2 shock mount.
Protect your mic and your recordings from unwanted noise resulting from movement in your micing environment. Own an NTK, Classic II, NT2A, or NT1000 mic? The SM2 fits like a glove. Ideal for enhancing your miking or replacing an earlier shock-mount.
- Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
- Base Item
- Shipping Weight: 0.5 lbs
- Shipping Dimensions: 7 x 6 x 4 in
- Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): SM2
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Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 3 out of 5 stars. (7 ratings)
Submitted November 8, 2018 by Jay H in Dover, DE
"I wish they stuck with a metal mount"
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I don't like to give bad reviews on gear unless it's really bad and this mount really does flip the bill. I don't know why Rode wouldn't just include a shock mount with the NTK mic but if you want a shock mount you have to purchase it separately and the only choice you have is the SM2.This is a composite mount which means it is plastic. The bonus of that is that it's lightweight the downside to that is that it's not built as well as metal shock mounts. It's very "bulky" and of all things it sags and doesn't hold well. If there isn't one thing I can't stand it's saggy, loose, limp shock mounts that cause me to readjust my microphone every 2 minutes. It's not just a Rode problem even Telefunkens have that issue. I just don't know why these companies spend their time developing these great mics only to have them sit on the worst mounts known to mankind. I ended up returning the original I brought for an exchange I hope the exchange is built better because I really want a decent mount for my NTK and for the price of this one it's not worth it at all.
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