RODE has announced the new Rode Wireless ME system – a compact wireless microphone system designed to give professional audio for video, with minimal effort. The system has the same pocket-sized form factor as the original Wireless GO and Wireless GO II,. There’s built-in GainAssist, as well as a high-quality microphone built into both the transmitter and receiver. The system is compatible with cameras, smartphones, and computers.

RODE say that the “Wireless ME is the perfect wireless companion for content creation, interviewing, reporting, presenting, filmmaking and much more.”

The Rode Wireless ME system is available for order from BHPhotoVideo from $149, and available for pre-order from CVP for £159 including VAT. This makes it roughly half the price of the Wireless GO II system.

Rode Wireless ME - using with the iPhone

Rode Wireless ME – in use with the iPhone

Key Features:

  • Ultra-compact and easy-to-use wireless microphone system
  • Series IV 2.4 GHz digital transmission for crystal-clear recording with over 100m range
  • High-quality microphones built into both the transmitter and receiver
  • Intelligent GainAssist technology automatically controls audio levels for perfectly clear sound in any application
  • Works seamlessly with cameras, computers, and iPhones or Android smartphones
  • In-built rechargeable lithium-ion battery – up to 7 hours battery life
  • Compatible with RØDE video and audio apps, including RØDE Capture, RØDE Connect and RØDE Reporter
  • Ability to connect an additional transmitter for capturing three microphones simultaneously
  • All required cables and accessories included – no additional gear needed
  • Designed and made in RØDE’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in Sydney, Australia
Rode Wireless ME (White background) RX / TX

Rode Wireless ME

If you’re looking for a portable wireless microphone system, have a look at our review of the RODE Wireless GO II, as well as our guide to the best accessories for video. If you’re just starting out with video recording, have a look at our guide to making video with your camera.

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