I’m a fan of the Wireless Go II. This isn’t a sponsored article, but more of a release of something cool for something cool — and I’m also shouting out to Rode asking them to please update their Rode Central software to allow for batch renaming and exporting! (please)
I’ve been doing a lot of filming since May and these mics have been a lifesaver. You can even ask a teacher of mine who now uses them for his zoom class (better quality audio while standing far away from the laptop).
Anyway, this isn’t a sales pitch, but if you have these microphones, you may be worried about your 3.5mm (1/8″) external mic cable snapping when strapped to an aggressive performer.
I’m using this cable protector with the Godox LMS-12AX microphones in this photo. A wonderful quality budget microphone with a low noise floor (that is TRS and works great with the Rode Wireless Go II).
If there’s enough interest and I can get my hands on some other TRS lavalier microphones, maybe I’ll update this design to fit a larger connector.
This is a 3D printable design. It also has a hinge that allows it to fold up more compact. Let me know if you have any ideas for improvement. I’m always open to them.
Thanks and enjoy!
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(I recommend printing PETG, ABS works fine, but PETG is my default for just about everything these days).
This should also work for the Rode Wireless Go (1st edition).
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