|商品尺寸||4.53 x 1.85 x 4.3 cm; 63.78 克|
+ ￥214.14 运费及进口关税
RODE Wireless GO 无线麦克风系统 WIGO
- 使用新的Series III 2.4GHz数字传输
Just connect, turn on, and GO.
Professional and easy.
The Wireless GO system auto-pairs in 3 seconds and transmits via RØDE’s all-new Series III digital 2.4GHz transmission that is optimised for shorter range operation in dense RF and Wi-Fi environments, but also offers a line-of-sight range of up to 70m.
The TX transmits broadcast-grade audio either on its own, thanks to the built-in condenser microphone’s excellent isolation and transparency, or with a lavalier mic via the 3.5mm TRS input.
Small package. Big result.
The world’s smallest, most versatile wireless microphone system.
With the Wireless GO, content creators can worry less about complicated technical set-up and concentrate on what they care about – filming great content. Whether reporting in the field, presenting at conferences or to-camera, or creating content for your business, the Wireless GO TX is the simplest wireless microphone system in the world.
Power it up, clip it on, and GO.
- Complete broadcast-quality digital wireless system, including transmitter, receiver, 3.5mm TRS audio connection cable, 2 x USB charging cables, 2 x furry wind-covers and carry pouch.
- Features built-in microphone, and supports connection of external 3.5mm Lavalier microphones.
- Automatically pairs after power on - transmits up to 70m line-of-sight.
- Up to 7 hours operation using internal USB rechargeable batteries.
- Ultra-compact and lightweight, with transmitter and receiver weighing only 31g each.
- Units conveniently clip to clothing or can be held in camera's cold-shoe mount.
- Proudly manufactured in Australia.
Do yourself a favor, if you're going to buy it, go to Adorama where they actually care about quality.
UPDATE (09 JULY 2019): I contacted Rode by phone. They informed me there is ONLY a Series III. There has been no Series II. The problem is that there is a misprint on the packaging itself which reads "Series II" and they've since contacted the Rode headquarters in Australia to take action. The newer improved windscreen protector is still in testing and Rode has not issued replacements as of yet. The sound quality is ver good and I am now getting accustomed to the new features. I'll test the connection to the DJI Osmo Pocket today or tomorrow and update what I discover!
What's worse, the audio had lots of noise when I got it to record. It turns out if you have a 2.4GHZ wireless wifi nearby, it will cause a ton of interference. While I can turn off my wifi, if you are recording next to a lot of wifi signals, you probably will have a lot of problems.
Overall, very disappointed. I have gotten Rode a bunch of times over the years and enjoyed their microphones, but this thing is a complete dud.