The world’s smallest and first truly wireless microphone has been reborn. The Wireless GO II is an ultra-compact and extremely versatile wireless microphone system consisting of a dual channel receiver and two transmitters. The transmitters act as a clip-on microphone, featuring a high-quality in-built microphone for completely wireless operation, or they can be used as a beltpack with an external lavalier, delivering crystal-clear audio for any content creation application.
The Wireless GO II boasts a range of powerful features, including universal compatibility with cameras, mobile devices and computers, extended range (200m line of sight) and improved transmission stability, on-board recording capabilities, and much more. This is next generation wireless audio.
- Dual channel wireless microphone system for recording two sound sources simultaneously
- Series IV 2.4GHz digital transmission, 128-bit encryption – crystal-clear audio at up to 200m (line of sight), optimised for extremely stable operation in dense RF environments
- 3.5mm TRS analog output, USB-C and iOS digital output – universal compatibility with cameras, mobile devices and computers
- On-board recording – over 24 hours of internal memory
- Mono or stereo recording modes – record each channel separately or combine them for ultimate flexibility in post-production
- Safety channel, flexible gain control (three-stage pad, expandable to 10-stage)
- In-built rechargeable lithium-ion battery – up to 7 hours battery life
- Designed and made in RØDE’s precision manufacturing facilities in Australia
The Wireless GO II takes wireless versatility to new heights. Featuring a 3.5mm TRS analog output for plugging into cameras, plus a digital audio output via USB-C for plugging into smartphones, tablets and computers, it is perfect for content creation, filmmaking, on-camera or on-stage presentations, vlogging, YouTubing, livestreaming and more.
On-board recording means you never have to worry about dropouts or audio issues again, while the flexible gain control lets you precisely tailor the output to your device. The Wireless GO II also offers the option to record each channel separately or combine the two, ensuring ultimate flexibility in post-production.
Ultra-Compact Wireless Audio
The Wireless GO II offers the same pocket-sized form factor as the original Wireless GO. The transmitters and receiver weigh less than 32g, taking up virtually no space in a camera kit bag, backpack, handbag or briefcase. It also comes supplied with a handy carry pouch to keep everything tidy and secure. The Wireless GO II's unique clip design makes it quick and easy to mount onto clothing or a camera cold shoe, mobile camera rig, boom pole, or any cold shoe accessory – ultra-compact wireless audio for any recording situation.
Professional Sound. Seamless Connectivity
The Wireless GO II has been designed to deliver professional-quality sound while being incredibly simple to use. The transmitters and receiver come auto paired, ensuring a seamless set-up process every time. RØDE’s Series IV 2.4GHz digital transmission with 128-bit encryption delivers a range of up to 200m (line of sight) and is optimised for extremely stable operation in areas with a high level of RF activity, including dense urban environments, shopping malls, universities, convention centres and offices.
Each transmitter features a high-quality in-built omnidirectional condenser capsule for completely wireless recording, plus a 3.5mm TRS input for plugging in a lavalier microphone. The Wireless GO II is also supplied with twist-and-lock furry windshields for recording in windy or adverse weather conditions. Crystal-clear, professional sound in any situation.
Unlock advanced features for the Wireless GO II with RØDE Central! This easy-to-use companion app lets you set up your device preferences, access, optimise and export recordings, activate and deactivate functions, and update your firmware. It’s free to download for Mac and Windows.
More Features. More Flexibility
Connecting your Wireless GO II to RØDE Central allows you to access a host of handy features, including a safety channel, which records a second track at -20dB in case your main audio clips, a mute lock so you never accidentally mute your transmitters, and a fine gain control which expands the three-stage pad to a 10-stage pad.
Each Wireless GO II transmitter has on-board recording capabilities, with enough internal memory to store over 24 hours of compressed audio and seven hours of uncompressed audio. When active, recording will begin as soon as the transmitters are connected to the receiver, so you will always have a backup of your recording in case you experience dropouts or other audio issues.
When you load your files in RØDE Central, you’ll even be able to see exactly where any dropouts occurred, so you can pinpoint exactly what audio you need. Welcome to worry-free recording.
Acoustic & Electrical Specifications
TX Length: 44 Width: 45.3 Height: 18.3
RX Length: 44 Width: 45.5 Height: 18.3
3 x SC20
1 x SC5
3 x Furry
1 x Pouch Bag
2 x Transmitters
1 x Receiver
3 x Furry Windshields
3 x SC20 USB-C to USB-A Cables
1 x SC5 TRS to TRS Memory Cable
1 x Carry Pouch
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RØDE’s Series IV digital transmission delivers an increased range of 200m and improved transmission stability, particularly in environments with lots of RF activity (such as dense urban areas, shipping malls, universities and convention centres).
The Wireless GO II and original Wireless GO share the same compact form factor, unique cold shoe clip, in-built microphone, and easy-to-use design. However, the Wireless GO II is a dual channel wireless microphone system, which consists of two transmitters and a single receiver. It also offers an extensive feature set that make it extremely versatile, including both an analog 3.5mm TRS output for plugging into cameras and a digital audio output via USB for plugging into smartphones, tablets and computers, on-board recording, 200m range with improved transmission stability, flexible gain controls, safety channel, complete control over all features and functions via RØDE Central, and much more.
The Wireless GO II's fine gain control can be enabled/disabled via RØDE Central. To activate it, open RØDE Central, plug in the receiver, navigate to the settings page, and toggle the 'Gain Mode' button to 'Fine'. This will expand the Wireless GO II's three-stage pad to a 10-stage pad, which goes from 0dB to -30dB in 3dB increments. It also gives you access to an extra 6dB of gain reduction, which is useful if you have a particularly sensitive camera or recording device. Read more about the gain control at the Wireless GO Learning Hub.
The Wireless GO II's windshields feature a twist-and-lock bayonet connector, which ensures an extremely strong connection. To attach them securely, align the two white dots on the windshield with the black dots on the receiver, then push the windshield down and twist to lock it in place. Reverse the process to remove them.
RØDE Central is a companion app for the Wireless GO II that allows you to control all of the functions of the transmitters and receiver, update firmware, and access features such as on-board recording, the fine gain control and safety channel. To download and find out more about RØDE Central, head to the Wireless GO II Learning Hub.
The Wireless GO II transmitters are capable of recording over 24 hours of compressed audio or 7 hours of uncompressed audio each. Once storage on the device is full, the oldest saved recordings will be overwritten. Recordings can be accessed, optimised, exported, and deleted via RØDE Central. Find out more about on-board recording via the Wireless GO II Learning Hub.
No, the Wireless GO II is not currently compatible with the original Wireless GO.
Yes. This is possible using the supplied SC5 cable or any other TRS to TRS cable and the VXLR Pro or VXLR+ adaptor to convert the signal. You can even use the SC11 splitter cable and two adaptors to break out the Wireless GO II's two channels onto separate output jacks for dual channel recording.
The Wireless GO II features a digital audio output via USB-C, which allows you to record directly into any smartphone, tablet, or computer without the need for adaptors or other audio interfaces. The Wireless GO II comes with three USB-C to USB-A cables for charging and also connecting to computers with a USB-A input. To connect to a computer, Android smartphone or tablet, or any other device with a USB-C input, you will need a USB-C to USB-C cable, such as the RØDE SC16. To connect to an iOS device, such as an iPhone or iPad, you will need a USB-C to Lightning cable, such as the RØDE SC15. The Wireless GO II is MFi-certified, meaning it will interact seamlessly with all iOS devices.
The Wireless GO II's on-board recording function is enabled and disabled via the RØDE Central app. To activate it, plug in the transmitter(s), navigate to the settings screen and toggle the 'Record' button on. Once enabled, a red record icon will appear on that transmitter’s channel on the receiver. Recording will begin as soon as the transmitter is turned on. These recordings can be accessed, optimised, exported, and deleted via RØDE Central. The Wireless GO II will even drop a pin in the audio file whenever it detects a dropout. Read more about on-board recording at the Wireless GO II Learning Hub.
When activated, safety channel mode will record a second track of audio at -20dB as a backup in case your sound source gets loud unexpectedly and causes the main channel to distort. To enable safety track mode, open the RØDE Central app, plug in the Wireless GO II receiver, navigate to the settings screen and click the 'Safety Cahnnel' toggle (note: this can only be activated in stereo mode). Read more about the safety channel at the Wireless GO II Learning Hub.
The Wireless GO II gives you the option to either record in mono or stereo mode. This allows you to record each transmitter onto separate channels on the output (mono mode) or combine the two into a single output (stereo mode). When it is in mono mode, there will be two output level meters, when it is in stereo mode there will be just one. Read more about mono and stereo modes at the Wireless GO II Learning Hub.