RØDE expands Wireless GO range
Tuesday, 14 April 2020
rode-lavalier-goThe Wireless GO is an ultra-compact digital wireless microphone system
Australia - RØDE Microphones has announced an expansion of the Wireless GO range. The Wireless GO White, Lavalier GO White, Interview GO and MagClip GO are four additions to the ecosystem.
Unveiled at NAB 2019, the Wireless GO is an ultra-compact digital wireless microphone system that has since become popular with vloggers, run ‘n’ gun filmmakers, journalists and more.
Featuring a transmitter pack with an in-built omnidirectional condenser capsule, the Wireless GO includes a 3.5mm input for connecting an external microphone like the RØDE Lavalier GO for even greater flexibility.
The receiver features a dual-purpose mount that sits snug in a camera cold shoe or clips securely onto clothing or a camera strap. Audio is sent to the receiver using RØDE’s Series III 2.4GHz digital wireless transmission that delivers crystal-clear sound over 70m line-of-sight and is designed to excel in locations with dense Wi-Fi and Bluetooth activity. There is also a three-stage pad for tailoring the mic output to a camera or recorder and a bright LED screen for monitoring levels and battery life.
All of this is packed into a tiny form factor – both the transmitter and receiver are super lightweight, weighing a minuscule 31g each.
The Wireless GO White boasts all the same features as the black Wireless GO, only the colour of the transmitter and receiver has changed – even the included furry windshields are white.
For those who prefer using a lavalier microphone with their Wireless GO, the Lavalier GO (sold separately) also now comes in white.
“This expansion of the Wireless GO range is the product of 12 months of listening to user feedback and seeing what creators need and want,” says RØDE CEO Damien Wilson. “We are always in tune with how our products are being used and who is using them, and we constantly push ourselves to create new products that inspire and encourage creativity. Keep an eye on the Wireless GO range in the coming months, there’s more to come.”

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