Small Package. Big Result

The Wireless GO system is the epitome of a ‘small wireless microphone’. Both the transmitter (TX) and receiver (RX) weigh only 31g each. The TX works as a discreet clip-on microphone or as the world’s smallest beltpack for a RØDE lavalier microphone – perfect for content creation, filmmaking, on-camera or onstage presentation, vlogging, YouTubing, livestreaming and more.

Professional Sound. Easy to Use

The Wireless GO system auto-pairs in under three seconds and transmits via RØDE’s Series III digital 2.4GHz transmission, which is optimised for shorter range operation in dense RF and Wi-Fi environments, but also offers an impressive line-of-sight range of 70m. There is a 3-stage gain control to tailor your output precisely to your camera or recording device and a handy battery-saver mode. The in-built lithium-ion batteries last up to 7 hours and are charged via USB-C.

All-In-One For Run ‘n’ Gun

The TX features an in-built omnidirectional condenser microphone that delivers broadcast-grade audio and can also be used with any lavalier mic via the 3.5mm TRS input. The RX features a dual-purpose clip that can either clip onto clothes or a camera strap or slide securely into your camera’s cold shoe. Ultra-compact, super-lightweight and incredibly versatile.



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How many Wireless GO sets can be used simultaneously?

Up to 8 Wireless Go sets can be used at the same time in the same location.


The receiver will connect to a smartphones 3.5mm TRRS input with an SC7 cable. This also applies to tablets. Additional adaptors may be needed in newer smartphone models to allow a 3.5mm input. iPhones with a Lightning input will require a Lightning to 3.5mm adaptor, or an external interface like the SC6-L 3.5mm to Lightning adapter in combination with the SC7 cable.


The Wireless GO is compatible with all of RØDE's lavalier microphones. The Lavalier GO and RØDELink Lav will connect directly to the Wireless GO transmitters TRS input. 

The Lavalier and PinMic will require the MiCon-2 connector.

The smartLav+ will require the SC3 adaptor cable.


No, the Wireless GO uses a 1-to-1 connection. You can only pair one transmitter per receiver at a time.


If you need to mic up a second person you will need an additional Wireless GO system. You can attach both receivers to the cold shoe of your camera using the DCS-1 dual cold shoe mount. Then use the SC11 splitter cable to connect both receivers to the single mic input of your camera. If you want to connect the Wireless GOs to your phone you will also need the SC4 adapter cable – simply plug the SC11 single input into the SC4 and then into your mobile device.


You can connect your Wireless GO receiver to a mixing desk or XLR input by using the VXLR+. Simply plug your SC2 cable into the VXLR+ adapter which has a 3 pin XLR which you can then plug into a mixing desk.


You can connect your Wireless GO receiver to your computer/laptop by using the SC7 cable, which has a 3.5mm TRRS input. You could also use the SC2 cable (included 3.5mm TRS to TRS coiled cable) with the SC4 adapter, which will convert your input from TRS to TRRS.