RØDE Introduces The Lavalier GO Omnidirectional And RØDELink Lav Microphones

RØDE has introduced the Lavalier GO omnidirectional lavalier, as well as the RØDELink Lav, both designed to work with the company’s wireless microphones.

​​RØDE’s Lavalier GO.

​​RØDE’s Lavalier GO.

RØDE’s Lavalier GO omnidirectional mic was designed for the Wireless GO microphone transmitter. The mic features a 4.5mm condenser capsule that can be discreetly mounted on clothing, making it suitable for on-camera situations. Its cable is Kevlar reinforced to keep audio quality noise-free while recording. The mic terminates in a 3.5mm TRS connection that plugs into a Wireless GO transmitter.

RØDE also introduced the RØDELink Lav, which is essentially the lapel mic from its RØDELink Filmmaker Kit in its own package. It can operate as a spare for a RØDELink system and features a wide frequency response and locking 3.5mm TRS jack.

The RØDELink Lav also represents a high-quality, wallet-friendly option for any compatible recording system, such as many of the types made by Sennheiser and Senal.  

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