Australian pro audio manufacturer RØDE Microphones has launched a new lavalier microphone, the Lavalier GO.
The Lavalier GO is aimed towards a wide range of broadcast applications, and is designed for users that want the extra flexibility of a lapel mic.
It has a 4.5mm omnidirectional microphone, a durable mounting clip for easy rigging, a foam pop filter for reducing harsh plosives and wind noise, and features Kevlar reinforced cabling.
The Wireless GO is described by RØDE as the world’s smallest and most versatile wireless microphone system. The transmitter and receiver weigh in at 31g each, with an omnidirectional mic built into the transmitter.
The new mic is designed to pair with RØDE’s Wireless GO and most recording devices with a 3.5mm TRS microphone input. It is also compatible with smartphones and other devices with TRRS inputs using the RØDE SC4 adapter. For those looking for a lavalier with a locking connecter, the RØDELink Lavalier microphone that ships with the RØDELink Filmmaker Kit is also now available to buy separately.
Lavalier GO is now shipping and will be available in stores soon for US$79. Wireless GO is available for US$199.
Key features of the Lavalier GO:
- Broadcast-grade lavalier microphone with 3.5mm TRS jack, ideal for a wide range of content creators: filmmakers, vloggers, journalists, business professionals, etc.
- Omnidirectional condenser capsule, designed in RØDE’s facility in Sydney, Australia.
- Durable, hard-wearing Kevlar reinforced cable.
- Optimised for use with the RØDE Wireless GO, but works with almost any device with 3.5mm TRS mic input.
- Includes pop shield, mounting clip, and carry pouch.