© 2020 RØDE Microphones. However, as a general rule, it’s recommended that you position the mic on the chest, about a hand-span distance (20-30cm) from the mouth. If you need space to move around when recording with a lavalier mic, such as if you’re filming a tutorial or presentation, or you simply do not to be tethered to your recording device, using a wireless system is the way to go. 25% Off. This is a good option for vlogging, recording a tutorial, or any video where you are seated in front of the camera. If you are wearing a singlet, the shoulder straps are another great place to mount a lavalier mic. The TX works as a stylish clip-on microphone or as a beltpack for a RØDE lavalier microphone – perfect for content creation, filmmaking, to-camera or onstage presentation, vlogging, YouTubing, streaming and more. The Wireless GO is an ultra-compact wireless microphone system that is unique in its clip’n’go versatility and incredibly compact form-factor. This may seem confusing but just remember – grey connectors are TRRS for plugging into computers or mobile devices; black connectors are TRS for plugging into audio devices and cameras. VIEW CART. The transmitter features an in-built omnidirectional condenser capsule and can be used as a clip-on mic or with a RØDE lavalier, sending crystal-clear, broadcast-grade audio via 2.4GHz digital transmission to the on-camera receiver. Simply slip the windshield off the mic, pinch the spiral clasp, insert your mic into the loop and release the clasp to secure the mic in place. Rode Wireless GO. The included waterproof case is a bonus! The Rode smartLav+ is a broadcast-grade lapel mic perfect for discreet and portable recording. The RØDE Lavalier lapel microphone is designed and made in Australia and is covered by RØDE Microphones' innovative 5 year 'no questions asked' warranty which provides 12 months of complete cover, and an optional US$99 replacement microphone during the extended warranty period. Now you can slip the windshield back on. The smartLav+ will require the SC 3 adaptor cable. Or buy a Lavalier from one of our recommended online retailers in Hungary. © 2020 RØDE Microphones. If the cable on the smartLav+ isn’t quite long enough to reach your device, or you need some extra leeway to move around, you can use a RØDE SC1 extension cable. The RODE Wireless GO in black is the world’s smallest digital wireless mic/receiver combination. Standard 'plug-in power' will be able to supply this. Limited Stock. The first thing I noticed was the lightness and thinness of this mic. You would really need "golden ears" to hear the nuances. The Lavalier GO and RØDELink Lav will connect directly to the Wireless GO transmitters TRS input. This is a TRS input, so you need a lavalier with a TRS jack. Clearance Sale. The Rode Wireless GO + Lavalier GO combines the world’s smallest wireless system with a clip-on omnidirectional lapel mic designed to be worn discreetly. Provided the mic is 20-30cm from your mouth, and does not have clothing rubbing against it, you will get a great result. When it comes to using mics with a 3.5mm jack, such as lavalier microphones, you need to pay close attention to what kind of output your microphone has and what kind of input your recording device has – specifically, whether they are TRS or TRRS. If you are recording into a DLSR, mirrorless or compact camera, or an audio device like a portable recorder, you will need a lavalier mic with a TRS jack, such as the RØDE Lavalier GO. The Lavalier and PinMic will require the MiCon-2 connector. The RØDELink Filmmaker Kit provides everything you need to start shooting video wirelessly, including a receiver, transmitter and broadcast-grade lavalier microphone. You can mount the mic on a neckline – just be aware that if the mic is right under the neck the sound can be coloured and sound strange. It offers the best of both worlds when it comes to wireless recording: yes, you can easily plug a standard lapel mic like our Lavalier or smartLav+ into the compact transmitter as you would any other wireless system, but it also features a high-quality omnidirectional condenser mic built into the transmitter, meaning that if you’re in a high-pressure situation where you need to be nimble with your recording, or … They are ideal for recording dialogue as they are discreet and unobtrusive and can be positioned close to the mouth while remaining out of sight. The new RØDE Lavalier has a full bodied low end and a natural high end response. By continuing to use our site, you accept our. To keep your video looking clean and professional, you may want to consider concealing the cable. Unlike standard thick XLR cables, I can run these thin RØDE extensions without having to use so much gaffers tape to secure them on fast moving vehicles. If you are connecting your mic to a smartphone or tablet, you will need a microphone with a compatible connector – the RØDE smartLav+. Rode smartLav+ Lapel Microphone & SC3 Adapter Audio Test & Review #rode #mic #audio. There are a number of options in the RØDE range, but for a compact, affordable and easy-to-use solution, the Wireless GO is perfect. This means you can do a better match with a boom mic in post. Once you have your lavalier set up, simply plug the receiver into your camera using the supplied patch cable and you’re ready to go. Our microphones require at least 1V of power. The receiver (RX-CAM) features an OLED display with information on level, battery status (receiver and transmitter), mute and channel selection. Which lapel microphones are compatible with the Wireless GO? Lavalier microphones – also known as lapel mics or clip-on mics – are small wired microphones that are widely used in filmmaking and broadcasting. FIFINE 20-Channel UHF Wireless USB. Simply insert the mic into your device’s headphone port, select it as your input and output device in your audio settings or your recording software and you’re ready to record. There are two things to consider here: what kind of device you are plugging it into and whether you need to connect wirelessly or not. That means greater flexibility.