Rødecaster Pro II Adds More Pro

US Podcasting studio hardware gets a significant update      24/05/22

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The Rødecaster Pro II has been announced today and represents a significant upping of the specifications for the hardware designed to make podcasting, interviews more straightforward by bringing all the elements together in a single unit. They have added four new Revolution Preamps - something they have been working on for several years which give you a lot of super clean gain and a very low noise floor.

They have also included  a suite of Aphex processing designed for getting the best out of your mic inputs including end of chain processing for a high quality proper "radio" sound.

Bluetooth audio and two USB-C connections give you more computer connectivity for a variety of application. The buttons are also freely assignable to trigger sounds, momentary effects, mutes, MIDI commands and more

Its available from June 15th priced at €789/£699

The Pro II bills itself as a fully featured Audio Production Workstation - with  following features

  • Fully integrated audio production studio for streamers, podcasters, musicians and content creators
  • Ultra-low-noise, high-gain Revolution Preamps™ (-131.5dBV EIN, 76dB gain)
  • Four high-quality Neutrik® combo inputs for connecting microphones, instruments and line-level devices
  • Nine individually assignable channels with six broadcast-quality physical faders and three virtual faders
  • High-performance quad-core audio engine
  • Studio-grade APHEX® audio processing and on-board effects
  • Eight fully programmable SMART pads with bank switching
  • Dual USB-C interfaces for connecting two computers or mobile devices
  • Advanced Bluetooth® connectivity for high-quality phone call integration
  • Multitrack or stereo recording to a microSD™ card, USB storage device or computer
  • Four high-power headphone outputs and balanced ¼-inch line outputs
  • 5.5-inch high-definition touchscreen with haptic feedback and rotary encoder for easy navigation and control
  • New features and enhancements via regular firmware updates
  • Designed and made in RØDE's state-of-the-art facilities in Sydney, Australia


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