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Rode Microphones offer mics for one dollar
Any customer buying a qualifying Rode microphone can claim a Rode M1, M2 or M3 for 1 Australian Dollar (worth about 50 pence).
To view mics qualifying to be part of the one dollar offer click here.
To claim the $1 mic customers will need to fill in a secure online form on the Rode website (where customers will be asked to enter the mic serial number, sales invoice number and redemption card code).
The M Series mics by Rode are the latest addition to the popular mic range, and represent technically advanced mics at incredible value for money.
Magazines such as Pickup and Performing Musician have been giving the M Series outstanding reviews over recent months.
Take advantage of this offer today, and get hold of a Rode mic for just one Australian dollar.
Save money on microphones now
Posted on 31 Jul 2009 14:37 to category : Music News
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