dbx RTA-M

Small-diaphragm Omnidirectional Real-time analyzer Microphone for DriveRack
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RTA Mic for the DriveRack

Real-time analyzer microphone for the DriveRack PA. Flat frequency response, super-accurate omnidirectional mic. Requires 15-48V phantom power to operate.

Additional Media

Studio Microphone Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Microphone Type Condenser
Polar Pattern Omni
Frequency Response 20Hz-20kHz
Output Impedance 250 ohms
Connector XLR
Manufacturer Part Number RTA-M

Customer Reviews

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A necessity for ease.

You need this mic if you get a driverack. This is the sword of the musketeer and makes setup happen in just a couple pink noise cycles.
Music background: DJ, ReMixer

Have a DriveRack PA+? You need this.

If you have a DriveRack PA+ you need this. Plug this puppy in run the setup on the driverack and WOW.
Music background: Musician

perfect pitch

Best problem solver anywhere!!!

RTA-M very good for EQ'ing mixing/production room

Very good product, great price, simple to use. Was able to set up my sub and my near fields and my room EQ with ease.

Can't beat it for the money

I have 3 of them and typically use them with EASRA and EASRA Systune. The only problem I had was finding a calibrator that fits them. I have put them up against, Earthworks M30s, DPA type 4007s and several Larson Davis and B&K Analyzers and as long as they are properly calibrated, they work fantastically for the money. They obviously are not quite on par with the high dollar stuff, but for the dollar amount, I have found nothing better.
Music background: Audiovisual and Acoustics Consultant
See also: Condenser Mics, dbx, dbx Condenser Microphones, dbx Condenser Microphones