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Rode Wireless Go range expands

Posted on Apr 8, 2020

The Rode Wireless Go white, Lavalier Go white, Interview Go and MagClip Go have been added to the line-up.

Announced at NAB 2019, the Wireless Go is a compact digital wireless microphone system, aimed at vloggers, run-and-gun filmmakers, journalists and more. It features a transmitter pack with a built-in omnidirectional condenser capsule, a 3.5mm input and an impressively compact design, with the transmitter and receiver weighing less than 70g combined.

The Wireless Go can be used as a clip-on mic itself or as a belt pack for a lavalier mic like the Lavalier Go, and now, with the new white versions, the two blend in a wider range of situations.

For even more options, the Interview Go is an adapter that instantly turns the Wireless Go transmitter into a lightweight wireless handheld mic for field interview or to-camera reporting, while the MagClip Go is a magnetic clip that allows the Wireless Go transmitter to be placed on a person or an object with ease.

For more information, please visit the Rode website.

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