RØDE Releases Performer Kit

Condenser microphone and a desktop receiver packaged together      14/09/17

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Adding to its fastest growing category range, RØDELink Wireless, RØDE Microphones has announced that the Performer Kit is now available. Joining the Filmmaker and Newsshooter Kits, RØDE says that the Performer Kit features a high-quality condenser microphone (TX-M2) and a desktop receiver (RX-DESK).

RØDE and Freedman Group CEO Damien Wilson said, "The Performer Kit is a superb wireless microphone and receiver combination and a welcome addition to the RØDELink family. Furthermore, thanks to RØDE's ongoing investment in injection-mould technology and precision process, the Performer Kit is designed and made right here in Australia."

Here's more details direct from the company...

The RØDELink range is so intuitive it works straight out the box, with no channel selection necessary. Using a secure Series II 2.4GHz encrypted digital transmission sent on two channels simultaneously, RØDELink automatically selects the strongest signal and ensures your audio is as reliable and secure as a cabled connection.

The RØDELink Performer Kit is perfect for lectures, Q&As, school presentations, Houses of Worship, weddings, venues and live performances. Providing one-touch pairing with the RØDELink receiver, the unit can be powered by the new and included RØDE LB-1 Lithium-Ion Battery or 2 x AA Batteries.

The Performer Kit ships with TX-M2, RX-DESK, LB-1 Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Battery, microphone clip, microphone case and Micro USB Cable and includes a 2-year extended warranty. 

Pricing and Availability:
Available now at authorised RØDE dealers

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