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RØDE Introduces Rodelink Performer Wireless Microphone

RØDE Microphones has introduced a new wireless microphone package — the Performer Kit for fixed installations.

RØDE said the Performer package brings together its TX-M2 condenser microphone and RX-Desk desktop receiver in a one-touch pairing.

Using a Series II 2.4GHz encrypted digital transmission sent on two channels simultaneously, the Rodelink Performer Kit automatically selects the strongest signal. The receiver can be powered by the included LB-1 Lithium-Ion battery or a pair of AA batteries.

The digital display shows battery life, signal status and peak warning. It has a 40dB, five-step level adjustment including -20, -10, 0, 10 and 30dB. The system has an operating range of about 110 yards.

The Performer Kit ships with a TX-M2, RX-Desk, LB-1 Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery, microphone clip, microphone case and micro USB Cable and includes a two-year extended warranty. Price is $499.

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