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Rode RODELink Newsshooter Kit - Digital Wireless System for News Gathering & Reporting
- Series II, 2.4GHz digital transmission
- 128-bit encryption
- Up to 100 meters range
- OLED display (on receiver)
- One touch pairing
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- Includes Transmitter XLR adaptor (TX-XLR) and Receiver camera mount (RX-CAM).
- Transmission Type: 2.4GHz Fixed Frequency Agile System.
- System Dynamic Range: 112dB.
- Range (Distance): Up To 100m.
- Frequency Range: 35Hz - 22kHz.
- Maximum Output Level: 1v Rms (2.8v P-p).
- Max Input Signal Level: 1v Rms (2.8v P-p).
- Max Latency: 4ms.
RØDE RØDELink Newsshooter Kit
Digital Wireless System for News Gathering and Reporting
RØDELink represents the next generation of digital wireless systems. Using a Series II 2.4GHz digital transmission with 128-bit encryption, it is able to constantly monitor and hop between frequencies to maintain the strongest possible signal level at a range of up to 100 metres* (over 100 yards). The RØDELink Newsshooter Kit provides everything you need to start shooting video wirelessly with XLR microphones, including a camera-mounted receiver and an XLR transmitter.
The receiver (RX-CAM) features an OLED display with information on level, battery status (receiver and transmitter), mute and channel selection. The unit can be mounted on a standard camera shoe mount, 3/8" thread or belt-clip, and for added versatility the shoe mount can be located in one of two positions.
The transmitter (TX-XLR) easily connects to handheld presentation microphones as well as shotgun microphones, with a 3.5mm input and headphone output.
* range estimations based on optimal environment.
- Series II, 2.4GHz digital transmission.
- 128-bit encryption.
- Up to 100 metres range*.
- OLED display (on receiver).
- One touch pairing.
- Five level gain control.
- AA battery, NP-F battery or USB powered.
- Locking XLR input and headphone output on transmitter.
- Two year extended warranty when you register your microphone at manufacturer's website.
Up to 100 Meter Range*
RØDELink is so intuitive that it works straight out of the box, with no channel selection necessary. For users with multiple RØDELink devices the system offers eight discrete channels that can be set up in seconds.
*range estimations based on optimal environment
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Rode Link represents the next generation of digital wireless systems. Using a Series II 2.4GHz digital transmission with 128-bit encryption, it is able to constantly monitor and hop between frequencies to maintain the strongest possible signal level at a range of up to 100 meters (over 100 yards). The RØDELink Newsshooter Kit provides everything you need to start shooting video wirelessly with XLR microphones, including a camera-mounted receiver and an XLR transmitter. The receiver (RX-CAM) features an OLED display with information on level, battery status (receiver and transmitter), mute and channel selection. The unit can be mounted on a standard camera shoe mount, 3/8" thread or belt-clip, and for added versatility the shoe mount can be located in one of two positions. The transmitter (TX-XLR) easily connects to handheld presentation microphones as well as shotgun microphones, with a 3.5mm input and headphone output.
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Lavs are really hard to place and prepare, but hand a stick mic to anyone in the business and you're pretty much guaranteed a good show. I wish I had run every audio source this way. This thing is worth every cent.
- The transmitter supplies phantom power. Thus, any condenser microphones can be used.
- Gains are set manually. No auto gain adjustment is involved, which is important for music recordings. The system gain is 0dB when gains of both transmitter and receiver are set at 0dB. Thus, the recorder gain setting can be identical to the settings of wired microphones. This is independent of the range.
- Recordings of side by side microphones with wireless and wired connections are compared. They are not distinguishable as long as the recordings are played back by B&W 800D speakers at the original instrument sound level.
- Rechargeable batteries on the transmitter units last longer than tested 4 hours. Batteries do not come with the kit. They were purchased separately.
- Rode representative indicated the range is reduced when multiple sets are operated at the same time. Two set operations at 100' distance indicated no disruption of connection.
- Pairing can be made easily by pressing a pairing button. Receiver unit shows battery levels of both transmitter and receiver.
I then purchased 4 more sets, altogether 6 sets, for live music recordings at classical and jazz concerts at various music venues, where the cables on the stages are nuisance. All six pairs have been working flawlessly. I am considering to add two more, which are required in some cases of multiple microphone recordings. Rode representative indicated maximum of 8 pairs can be used at the same time.
- Need better user guide. It took me a while to find how to change channel number.
- Nicer if some sort of bracket for holding multiple receivers together is provided.
Connects easy, drives my Azden condenser mic beautifully which is very hungry for power and signal gain. It seems like the transmitter headphone monitor port is really, really warm compared to the RF signal at the receiver, so recording off the transmitter headphone monitor out is going to sound a LOT different than the receiver AF out. Just considering this as I had a second recorder going off the transmitter headphone monitor and it was very different.
I got a couple of hours pretty easy on the transmitter with two AA batteries even driving 48v phantom power which says a lot. It's not all day but it also has plenty of power options for running all day so no big deal there.
MAJOR CON: There is no apparent way to gauge battery level? This is a huge problem since there is no way that I can see to guess how much time is left on the current batteries. I had the mic quit on me mid recording with no obvious warning and I lost a pretty solid bit of footage on a remote unmonitored camera.