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Best Wireless Microphone (iPhone, Android & DSLR) – UPDATED REVIEW!

UPDATED Review: The BEST wireless microphone system for iPhone, Android, DSLR cameras. Our pick for the ultimate wireless lavalier microphone solution (… and all other types of mic!)

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Recommended Microphones:
► RØDE Wireless Go 2: (Amazon)
► RØDE Wireless Go (Original) Kit: (Amazon)

Recommended Accessories:
► RØDE Lavalier Go Microphone: (Amazon)
► RØDE Interview Go: (Amazon)

Recommended Adapters:
► RØDE SC7 (TRS to TRRS 3.5mm: (Amazon)
► RØDE SC16 (USB-C to USB-C): (Amazon)
► RØDE SC15 (USB-C to Lightning): (Amazon)

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*** GEAR WE USE ***

00:00 Best Wireless Microphone
01:20 Rode Wireless Go II features & updates
06:02 What’s included with the Rode Wireless Go II
06:15 Rode Wireless Go II audio tests
07:12 Downsides of the Rode Wireless Go II
08:24 Rode Wireless Go II pricing
09:10 Why you need the Rode Wireless Go II

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— Best Wireless Microphone for iPhone, Android, Mac, PC & DSLR 2021 —

When it comes to wireless microphone systems, traditionally the GOOD options have always been on the more expensive end of the spectrum, and many of them still had their fair share of issues…

The RODE Wireless GO was previously our top recommendation, but RØDE has since released a brand new upgrade – the RØDE Wireless GO 2 – so we thought it was time to put it to the test.

Like its predecessor, it’s super tiny, affordable, and packs some impressive specs. It also works with a broad range of devices, so you can use it if you’re looking for a wireless microphone for iPhone, Android, DSLR or pretty much any other camera/device with a 3.5mm input.

To help you decide whether it’s the best wireless mic for your videos, in this video we take a look at the RODE Wireless GO 2 microphone system – the good, the bad, and all the key stuff you need to know!

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  1. Hello guys Welcome to my channel thank you so much I did my channel because of you
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  2. My set is not working properly, internal recording works, but then something happens. I tired connect as wireless mic to computer via included usb-c cable and there is so much noise. Same thing when I tried to connect the receiver with external zoom recorder or android phone via audio cable???

  3. Good info, THANKS!! Do you happen to know if RODE, or any other company makes a kind of inverse system?? In other words where you have one transmitter and 2 receivers? Where that would be beneficial for me personally would be when using 2 cameras to record, such as motovlogging, or outdoors video. What this would provide for me (an old guy) is a simple way to splice multiple videos with audio channels together and not have to fiddle with trying to separate the channels then past them together later and hope the words line up with the mouth movements or actions in the scenes. Any thoughts on that would be greatly appreciated!

  4. Nice video and review that! We've just got a rode wireless 2 which I use with my go pro, it's really good, I'm still getting used to bits of it. I was having lots of trouble before we got it, recording stuff out and about on the farm and losing all the audio because of wind etc. The rode has got rid of all that issue now.

  5. I’m sure someone will mention this, but you CAN mute from the transmitter, you just need to plug the transmitter into the Rode Central App and change the function of the marker button to mute. 🙂

  6. Great review. I rarely start out with the intent of buying a specific brand. When I need a microphone it’s to satisfy as specific need. I have stick microphones, shotgun microphones, mics to fit on my cameras, lavalier mics, and etc. However, when I saw the RODE WIreless GO, I knew I wanted it. I didn’t have a wireless setup, and needed one. It was a perfect choice. THEN I took inventory of my mics and found that I had several RODE mics. GO figure! RODE GO.

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