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Rode VideoMic GO II

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Item Nr. 45757
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  • Rode VideoMic GO II Microphone
  • Camera/USB directional microphone
  • Polar pattern: Supercardioid
  • Condenser shotgun microphone
  • Transmission: 60Hz - 20kHz
  • Connection: 3,5 jack
  • integrated vibration mount
  • 15dbA
  • Limiting sound pressure level: 110 dB
  • Self-noise: 15 dBA
  • Sensitivity: 28.8 mV/Pa
  • Output impedance: 2.2 kOhm
  • Audio Interface: 2 In/2 Out (via USB)
  • Digital conversion: 24 bit/48 kHz
  • TRS connection cable
  • incl. foam windscreen

Ultra-light, compact and versatile condenser directional microphone.
The VideoMic GO II can be operated on cameras and sound fishing rods, on Mac and PC as well as on smartphones and iPhones. Operation is as simple as can be: no battery, no controls, pure plug+play. With its super-cardioid polar pattern, the VideoMic GO II focuses on signals from the front at a narrow angle (approx. 45°); lateral sound sources are hardly taken into account.

The sound quality is first-class
the VideoMic GO II delivers crystal-clear, completely coloration-free sound and has minimal inherent noise at 15 dBA. The red Rycote swing mount has a flash foot for camera mounting and a 3/8 inch thread to also mount the mic to a tripod or boom. The audio connection to the camera is made via the included 3.5 mm TRS cable, and a foam windscreen is also included.

A 24-bit/48 kHz audio interface is built into the VideoMic GO II.
You can digitally connect the microphone to your Mac, PC, smartphone or iPhone via the USB-C jack on the side and a suitable cable (SC15, SC16, SC18). In this case, the 3.5 mm jack on the microphone serves as a stereo headphone output. Like the NT-USB Mini, Wireless GO II and VideoMic NTG, the VideoMic GO II is also compatible with the free apps Rode Connect, Rode Central and Rode Reporter. Through Rode Connect, you can use the VideoMic GO II's built-in DSP (compressor, noise gate, Aphex Exciter and Aphex Big Bottom).

Other product features:
Camera/USB directional microphone
Polar pattern: supercardioid
crystal clear, color-free sound quality
Rycote swing mount with hot shoe adapter
analog 3.5 mm TRS output
digital USB-C output for Mac/PC, smartphone, iPhone
integrated 24 bit/48 kHz audio interface (2 In/2 Out)
low self-noise: 15 dBA
power supply: via connected device (plug-in power resp. USB)
3/8 inch thread for tripod or boom mounting
incl. 3.5 mm TRS connection cable SC14
incl. Foam windscreen
compatible with Rode Connect, Rode Central, Rode Reporter

Technical data:
Polar pattern: supercardioid
Limiting sound pressure level: 110 dB
Inherent noise: 15 dBA
Frequency response: 60 Hz - 20 kHz
Sensitivity: 28.8 mV/Pa
Output impedance: 2.2 kOhm
Audio interface: 2 In/2 Out (via USB)
Digital conversion: 24 bit/48 kHz
Power supply: via connected device (3 V plug-in power resp. 5 V USB)
Dimensions (WDH): 120 x 22 x 22 mm (microphone only)
Dimensions (WDH): 150 x 70 x 86 mm (incl. bracket and windscreen)
Weight microphone: 33 g (microphone only)
Weight: 94 g (incl. Bracket and windscreen)
System requirements Win 10 (20H2), Mac OS 10.15, iOS 14, Android 9.0

Scope of delivery:
1x VideoMic GO II microphone
1x SC14 3.5 mm TRS connection cable
1x foam windscreen
1x SM8-R Rycote oscillating bracket with hot shoe adapter

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Abholung am gleichen Tag im Düsseldorfer Geschäft
MSRP* 119,-
96,90 Mikrofon
incl. VAT /
14 days free return shipping.

Rode VideoMic GO II

Short profile

  • Rode VideoMic GO II Microphone
  • Camera/USB directional microphone
  • Polar pattern: Supercardioid
  • Condenser shotgun microphone
  • Transmission: 60Hz - 20kHz
  • Connection: 3,5 jack
  • integrated vibration mount
  • 15dbA
  • Limiting sound pressure level: 110 dB
  • Self-noise: 15 dBA
  • Sensitivity: 28.8 mV/Pa
  • Output impedance: 2.2 kOhm
  • Audio Interface: 2 In/2 Out (via USB)
  • Digital conversion: 24 bit/48 kHz
  • TRS connection cable
  • incl. foam windscreen

Product description for Rode VideoMic GO II

Ultra-light, compact and versatile condenser directional microphone.
The VideoMic GO II can be operated on cameras and sound fishing rods, on Mac and PC as well as on smartphones and iPhones. Operation is as simple as can be: no battery, no controls, pure plug+play. With its super-cardioid polar pattern, the VideoMic GO II focuses on signals from the front at a narrow angle (approx. 45°); lateral sound sources are hardly taken into account.

The sound quality is first-class
the VideoMic GO II delivers crystal-clear, completely coloration-free sound and has minimal inherent noise at 15 dBA. The red Rycote swing mount has a flash foot for camera mounting and a 3/8 inch thread to also mount the mic to a tripod or boom. The audio connection to the camera is made via the included 3.5 mm TRS cable, and a foam windscreen is also included.

A 24-bit/48 kHz audio interface is built into the VideoMic GO II.
You can digitally connect the microphone to your Mac, PC, smartphone or iPhone via the USB-C jack on the side and a suitable cable (SC15, SC16, SC18). In this case, the 3.5 mm jack on the microphone serves as a stereo headphone output. Like the NT-USB Mini, Wireless GO II and VideoMic NTG, the VideoMic GO II is also compatible with the free apps Rode Connect, Rode Central and Rode Reporter. Through Rode Connect, you can use the VideoMic GO II's built-in DSP (compressor, noise gate, Aphex Exciter and Aphex Big Bottom).

Other product features:
Camera/USB directional microphone
Polar pattern: supercardioid
crystal clear, color-free sound quality
Rycote swing mount with hot shoe adapter
analog 3.5 mm TRS output
digital USB-C output for Mac/PC, smartphone, iPhone
integrated 24 bit/48 kHz audio interface (2 In/2 Out)
low self-noise: 15 dBA
power supply: via connected device (plug-in power resp. USB)
3/8 inch thread for tripod or boom mounting
incl. 3.5 mm TRS connection cable SC14
incl. Foam windscreen
compatible with Rode Connect, Rode Central, Rode Reporter

Technical data:
Polar pattern: supercardioid
Limiting sound pressure level: 110 dB
Inherent noise: 15 dBA
Frequency response: 60 Hz - 20 kHz
Sensitivity: 28.8 mV/Pa
Output impedance: 2.2 kOhm
Audio interface: 2 In/2 Out (via USB)
Digital conversion: 24 bit/48 kHz
Power supply: via connected device (3 V plug-in power resp. 5 V USB)
Dimensions (WDH): 120 x 22 x 22 mm (microphone only)
Dimensions (WDH): 150 x 70 x 86 mm (incl. bracket and windscreen)
Weight microphone: 33 g (microphone only)
Weight: 94 g (incl. Bracket and windscreen)
System requirements Win 10 (20H2), Mac OS 10.15, iOS 14, Android 9.0

Scope of delivery:
1x VideoMic GO II microphone
1x SC14 3.5 mm TRS connection cable
1x foam windscreen
1x SM8-R Rycote oscillating bracket with hot shoe adapter

Rode VideoMic GO II

Technik
Anschlüsse
TRS-Anschluss
Verbindungsart
Kabel
Richtcharakteristik
Keule, Superniere
Frequenz von
60 Hz
Frequenz bis
20.000 Hz
Lieferumfang
Im Lieferumfang
1x VideoMic GO II Mikrofon, 1x SC14 3,5 mm TRS-Anschlusskabel, 1x Schaumstoffwindschutz und 1x SM8-R Rycote-Schwinghalterung mit Blitzschuhadapter
EAN and KAN KAN
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698813007899
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