Sydney professional audio manufacturer, RØDE Microphones, has launched Wireless GO, the world’s smallest broadcast quality microphone.
The latest product from the leading sound engineering company will debut at NAB 2019, a media, entertainment and technology show in Las Vegas from 8 April.
Measuring a compact 44mm x 45.3mm x 18.5mm and weighing only 31g, the Wireless GO can be worn as a clip on, transmitting broadcast quality sound to a receiver up to 70 metres away.
It features a built-in omnidirectional condenser microphone, and is designed for sound recording on-the-go.
RØDE CEO Damien Wilson described the Wireless GO as an incredible marriage of form and function, substance and style.
“Pristine audio, versatility and build quality, and a price that will reset the marketplace.
“Video content is a vital part of everyone’s business, and the simplicity offered by the Wireless GO’s built-in mic means that everyone can produce broadcast-quality audio along with their vision: emerging filmmakers, reporters, real estate agents – you name it.”
RØDE employs 250 in its Sydney product development site and factory, exporting microphones to 117 countries.
As reported in @AuManufacturing, the company branched out in November launching an all-in-one podcast production studio, the RØDECaster Pro.
Picture: Rode Microphones/Wireless GO microphone and camera-mounted receiver.
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