Has anybody tried it? I emailed Rode but got no response.
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Yes. I have used my AT-825 in the Rode Blimp and it worked great for recording outdoor ambience. As I recall it was a bit of a squeeze to snap into the included hoops but the mic did fit. I did remove the short through-handle mono xlr cable as it is useless with the 825. Ideally you'd run a short stereo 5-pin XLR in its place.
I don't know about the 825 but the 4025 will fit nicely and they're almost the same size. GEARSLUTZ THREAD ABOUT IT