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Rode NTH-100 Over-Ear Headphones

169.00

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FAQs

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What is the CoolTech™ gel?

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Each earcup has a layer of our innovative CoolTech™ gel between the memory foam and Alcantara covering. This gel absorbs and dissipates heat, cooling your ears and head and significantly reducing wearing fatigue.

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What is Alcantara®?

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Alcantara is a very high-quality material that we have used on the NTH-100 earcups and headband pad. It is a synthetic textile that is extremely soft and lightweight yet highly durable and easy to clean, making it ideal for use on headphones.

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Can the cable be removed?

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Yes, the NTH-100s feature dual cable attachments, so the cable can be plugged into either the left or right earcup to suit your recording setup. To remove the cable, twist the connector anti-clockwise to release. To reconnect it, push it firmly into the socket and twist clockwise to lock in place.

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Are the cables available in different lengths or colours?

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Yes, the cable is available separately in pink, blue, green, orange and black, in 1.2m and 2.4m variants.

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Is there a play/pause or volume control switch on the cable?

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No, the cable does not feature a play/pause or volume control switch.

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Is there a case available for the NTH-100s?

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The NTH-100s come with a durable carry pouch and can also be stored in the original cardboard carton. There is no specific RØDE hard case.

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What are the coloured plastic clips that came with my NTH-100s for?

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The coloured clips that come with the NTH-100s are for colour-coding the cable for easy identification (or adding some personal flair to your pair). These clip into the grooves found on the two cable plugs. The cable is supplied with black clips already in place. Simply remove these black clips and replace them with your preferred colour. Note that the colours are the same as the channel colours used on the RØDECaster Pro and RØDE Connect.

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What is the frequency response of the NTH-100 headphones?

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The NTH-100s have a very flat frequency response ideal for mixing and critical listening. They do not feature the exaggerated mid-bass and high treble of some popular headphone models. They do, however, have a flat bass response down to very low frequencies (20Hz and below), meaning the deep sub-bass in your recordings is accurately presented.

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How loud do the NTH-100s go?

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The NTH-100 have a maximum power handling of 1,700mW meaning they can be pushed very loud. Please take care when listening at high levels to ensure you do not damage your hearing.

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What is the FitLok™ locking system?

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The NTH-100 headband is fully adjustable. The FitLok™ locking system allows you to firmly secure the earcups in place so they don’t slip down and feel exactly the same every time you put them on. This also reduces movement when the headphones aren’t in use, reducing mechanical wear and tear and increasing longevity. To unlock the headband to reposition the earcups, twist the locking tab above the earcups. After adjusting them to a comfortable position, twist back to lock.

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Can I use the headphone cable as a 3.5mm to 3.5mm patch cord?

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Because the NTH-100 feature a robust 3.5mm input jack (unlike the more fragile 2.5mm or proprietary connectors found on most headphones), you can successfully use the headphone cable as a 3.5mm to 3.5mm patch cord. Could be a handy hack in a pinch!

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What does the rubber plug in the earcup cable port do?

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The rubber plug is for sealing the cable port that is not being used to prevent dirt and dust ingress and to ensure optimal acoustic performance.

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Are the earpads and headband replaceable?

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Yes! The earpads and headband are user replaceable and can easily be taken on and off at home. If you require replacement pads, please contact us at info@rode.com.

To remove the earpads, simply pull them away from the unit. To replace, click them back into place, ensuring that all the tabs are clicked into place around the whole earpad.

To remove the headband pad, slide the locking tabs on either side of the earpad away from the pad. You may need to push the locking tab from underneath to facilitate this. Pull off the lower cushion (held in place by Velcro), and then slide off the upper one. To replace, reverse the steps, ensuring that the locking clips are correctly positioned over the top of the ends of the cushions before sliding them into place, then make sure they click as they lock into position.

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