Well, I'd be surprised if the Rode didn't outperform the other two. I remember they started out as an alternative, cheaper option but still with high quality for studio recording, before panning out to the video field much later. I was very impressed with the quality-price ratio of the NT-2, out around the 1990s, I think. So yes, they'd know how to keep the noise floor low to achieve cleaner signals, capture the full, balanced sound across the audio spectrum, etc., all necessary requirements for the pro audio market.
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