The design of the Rode NTH-100M will look familiar to other gaming headsets in the market. The 40mm dynamic drivers are made to have a precise frequency response and less distortion. If you want a neutral sound for editing podcasts and videos, the NTH-100M might be your best option. While it is not a Bluetooth-enabled or noise-cancelling headset, it will nonetheless be surprisingly comfy. The cooling gel present inside and other design features made it easier to listen for long periods of time.
Benefits For Gamers
In Rode’s lineup, the NTH-100M is quite a distinctive item. Although it’s not a part of the company’s Rode X gaming brand, it’s obvious that gamers and Twitch streamers are its main target audience, in addition to artists and podcasters. It does it in a way that straddles the gap between consumer and creator.
Price & Availability
Priced at $189, the Rode NTH-100M is $50 more expensive than the headphones it is based on. You may purchase the NTH-Mic separately for $69 if you already own the NTH-100. The combo bargain saves you $20 if you are holding out and can use the mic. Both products are available internationally on Rode’s official website and through some offline stores.