The RODE Wireless GO with SmartLav+ and SC3 cable kit is perfectly built for content creators on the go or in the studio.
- Rode Wireless GO Compact Wireless Microphone System (2.4 GHz)
- 2 x Fur Windshields
- Storage Pouch
- Rode SC2 Right-Angle 3.5mm TRS Coiled Patch Cable
- USB Type-A to USB Type-C Cable
- Limited 1-Year Warranty, Extendable to 2 Years upon Registration
- RODE smartLav+ Lavalier microphone for smartphones
- RODE LAV-CLIP Microphone Mounting Clip
- RODE WS-LAV Pop Filter/Wind Shield
- Small Pouch
- 10 Year Manufacturers Warranty with Product Registration
Confidently jump into the world of wireless audio with the Rode Wireless GO, an incredibly compact wireless microphone system offering secure 2.4 GHz transmission and easy operability for mobile journalists, videographers, and vloggers of any experience level. The system is ready to go at the press of a button; you can focus on getting the shot knowing that the Wireless GO is delivering broadcast-quality audio at a range of up to 230 feet. There are no menus and no finicky dials, just simple power-on-and-go functionality, and a bright, informative LCD screen showing you what you need to see.
The Wireless GO is a complete system comprised of a miniature clip-on transmitter with a built-in, broadcast-grade omnidirectional microphone capsule, a miniature clip-on receiver, a 3.5mm receiver-to-camera cable, a USB charging cable, two furry windshields, and a storage pouch—everything you need to get up and running in the field. Clip the transmitter onto your subject's clothing or belt, clip the receiver near your recording device, then connect the receiver's output to your recorder's input; whether you use the transmitter's integrated mic or hook up your own lavalier, you're assured to achieve clear, crisp, intelligible audio.
Rode SC3 TRRS to TRS Adaptor
The SC3 is a high-quality shielded adaptor, designed to allow the smartLav to connect to 3.5mm TRS devices such as cameras and audio recorders.
The gold-plated contacts are colour coded, with grey indicating the TRRS input.