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RØDE Releases Four New Accessories for Rødecaster Pro

New products include adaptors, leads and alternative power, all rounding out the Rodecaster package and ecosystem.

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June 2, 2020

RØDE Microphones announces a new range of accessories for the RØDECaster Pro Podcast Production Studio: the DC-USB1 power cable, SC9 TRRS to TRRS cable, HJA-4 headphone adaptors, and XLR-ID cable identification rings. These four new products have been specifically designed to make the RØDECaster Pro more portable, more versatile, and even easier to use.

Released in late 2018, the RØDECaster Pro features four high-quality XLR inputs and headphone outputs, eight sound pads for triggering sound effects and stings, smartphone connectivity, high-quality audio processing, one-touch recording to microSD or a computer via USB, and much more. With a simple, intuitive interface and powerful recording and editing options, it’s ideal for beginners and professionals alike, simplifying podcast production while delivering the superb audio quality that RØDE is renowned for.

Since its release, the RØDECaster Pro’s capabilities have been expanded with multiple firmware updates, which introduced multitrack recording, new professional features, powerful audio enhancements, and more. These updates have been the result of user feedback and listening to requests for new features from the podcasting community.

The new accessories continue that trend:

The DC-USB1 is a handy power adaptor for powering the RØDECaster Pro from any compatible USB output, making the console completely portable. A high-power (2.4A minimum) USB output is required for operation. Power bank is not included. 

The SC9 is a high-quality 1.5m TRRS to TRRS cable for easy and reliable connection of smartphones to the RØDECaster Pro.

The HJA-4 is a pack of four high-quality adaptors for converting headphones with 3.5mm plugs (as used on most consumer models) for use with the RØDECaster Pro’s ¼-inch headphone outputs.

The XLR-ID is a set of eight colour-coded rings that can be affixed to any XLR plug, making them easier to identify and keep organised. The colours of the rings match the colours used for each of the microphone channels on the RØDECaster Pro.

RØDE Microphones: www.rode.com

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