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RODE announces Lavalier GO microphone for wireless GO system

RODE announces Lavalier GO microphone for wireless GO system

RODE has announced and addition to its Wireless GO system in form of a lavalier microphone.

Lavalier GO is designed as a professional-grade wearable microphone. It can be used in a wide range of applications. The 3.5mm TRS connector is designed to pair perfectly with the RØDE Wireless GO and most recording devices with a 3.5mm TRS microphone input.

RODE lavalier GO microphone

Lavalier GO is designed to perform excellently in any broadcast application. It features a discreet 4.5mm omnidirectional microphone. It would be pertinent to mention that the omni directional microphones are important because when the talent turns his head, the omni directional mic will still pick up the signal. The RODE Lavalier GO microphone delivers crystal clear audio in all environments and is incredibly forgiving when it comes to placement on talent, allowing for greater flexibility in fast-paced situations.

A foam pop shield is supplied with the Lavalier GO microphone to minimise the wind noise and vocal plosives (hard ‘b’, ‘t’ and ‘p’ sounds), as well as a durable mounting clip with in-built cable management for quick and easy rigging. It also features a hard-wearing Kevlar® reinforced cable, designed to withstand the rigours of any shoot.

 

Lavalier GO microphone Features:

The following are the features of the RODE Lavalier GO microphone:

  • Professional-grade lavalier mic with 3.5mm TRS jack
  • High-quality omnidirectional condenser capsule
  • Discreet 4.5mm miniature microphone
  • Kevlar® reinforced cable
  • Includes pop shield and durable mounting clip



Lavalier GO Specifications

Acoustic Principle Permanently Polarised Condenser
Polar Pattern Omni-directional
Frequency Range 20Hz – 20kHz
Output Impedance 3k Ω Typical
Signal to noise Ratio 67 dB
Equivalent Noise 27 dB Typical
Maximum SPL 110 dB
Sensitivity -35dB (17.8mV @94dB SPL)
Dynamic Range 83dB Typical
Power Requirements Powered from plug-in power TRS socket (2.7V)
Output Connection Gold-plated TRS plug

 

Price:

The Lavalier GO wireless microphone is priced at $79 US dollars. At this price, enthusiasts, vbloggers etc should be able to afford and use it.

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Sabyasachi Patra

Sabyasachi is an award winning Cinematographer and shoots for international broadcasters, feature films and corporates to make a living. He is a passionate wildlife filmmaker and photographer and has won awards and accolades for his documentary 'A Call in the Rainforest'. He has been striving to make his films and photographs full of life and emotion and write articles to educate and evangelise the need for conserving the last tracts of vanishing wilderness and wildlife in our country. He hopes that his wildlife films, photographs and writings force people to pause, look, ponder and ultimately take action.
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