LA Color Pros is now RODE Microphone U.S. Authorized Dealer

Posted on 4/5/2011 10:27:00 PM

We are please to announce becoming a RODE Microphone Authorized Dealer in the United States.

L.A. Color Pros is proud to become a RODE Microphone authorized dealer in the United States. RODE Microphone is a world-wide leading microphone manufacturer delivering top quality location and studio sound equipment.
One of the most high demand microphones is the RODE VideoMic. This model is a popular choice for on-location as well as the run-and-gun videographer. The new RODE VideoMic Pro combines broadcast quality audio with an ultra compact and lightweight ergonomic design for DSLR cinematographers.
Please visit our Microphone products section for our RODE Microphones product offering,

10 Years Warranty

All RODE microphone products bought from L.A. Color Pros will be honored by RODE for a 10-year limited warranty through online registration.




Posted by Randall jenkins on 4/6/2011 8:53:00 AM i revived the email bout the rode mics and it something bout discounts,what's the discount. Thanks

Replied by LA Color Pros Randall, the discount information is posted at the bottom for email you received.
Posted by Ron on 4/6/2011 9:10:00 AM Look in your e-mail and you will see the discount.

Replied by LA Color Pros Thank you Ron.
Posted by Casey on 4/6/2011 2:05:00 PM Hello - which RODE or other microphone would you recommendfor capturing outdoor concerts? I am a casual video taper of concerts and use a small cannon hd video camera that does have an external mic jack.

Replied by LA Color Pros Hi Casey, for high fidelity sound recording such as conerts, I would recommend the Rode Stereo VideoMic
The stereo XY recording wil give you the best sound recorded from concert. For conversation style, a shotgun mic will be better.
Posted by Jerry Julian on 4/6/2011 11:11:00 PM What would you recommend for a Canon HV30 camcorder. I use it for nature video and ship model regatta recording. How would the Rode video mike Pro work as I like the looks of the smaller mike.

Replied by LA Color Pros In general, if you need higher fidelity, RODE Stereo Mic will be a great choice that you get ambience and great sound quality. For dialog conversation style, a shot gun mic (mono mic) such as VideoMic or VideoMic Pro would be better as it will reject and filter side and rear sound. It's directional.
I have been using VideoMic for HV30. Got really good result.
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