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RØDE unveils Lavalier GO microphone system

RØDE Microphones has launched Lavalier GO: a professional-grade lavalier microphone designed to pair with the company’s Wireless GO and most recording devices with a 3.5mm TRS microphone input.

The transmitter and receiver on the Wireless GO system weigh in at just 31g each, making it extremely compact, and with an omnidirectional mic built into the transmitter. The Lavalier GO is an ideal solution for users who want the extra flexibility of a lapel mic.

Lavalier GO is designed for a wide range of broadcast applications, from filmmaking to vlogging to journalism. Featuring a discreet 4.5mm omnidirectional microphone, the Lavalier GO delivers clear audio in all environments and is forgiving when it comes to placement on talent, allowing for greater flexibility in fast-paced situations.

The Lavalier GO comes with a durable mounting clip for quick and easy rigging, a foam pop filter for reducing harsh plosives and wind noise, and features Kevlar reinforced cabling built to withstand demanding usage. 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 $79. Wireless GO is available now for $199.

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