Wireless GO II RX with feature points

1LED Screen

2Power Button

3USB-C Connector

43.5mm TRS Output

5Gain Control/Mute Button

6Pair Button/Channel Selection

7Merged/Split Mode Selector


Wireless GO II TX with feature points

1USB-C Connector

2Power Button

33.5mm TRS Input

4In-built Mic

5Battery Indicator LED

6Connectivity Indicator LED

Box Contains

1 x Receiver, 2 x Transmitters, 3 x Furry Windshields, 3 x SC20 USB-C to USB-A Cables, 1 x SC5 TRS to TRS Memory Cable, 1 x Carry Pouch

Pro Tip

Connecting the Wireless GO II to your smartphone or tablet via USB-C rather than using the 3.5mm analog TRS output gives you access to a number of useful features:

High-quality audio output – Using the USB-C output bypasses the recording device's analog input circuitry, giving a direct digital signal transfer for optimum quality.

Headphone monitoring – Using the USB-C output frees up the 3.5mm output so you can plug your headphones in and monitor your audio while recording. You can even use the gain control to adjust the volume of your headphones.

Gain Control

The Wireless GO II has flexible gain controls that allow you to precisely tailor the receiver’s output to avoid clipping or distortion in your recording device.

The gain control is found on the receiver. This is a three-stage pad that cuts your output level in 12dB increments. A single click of the gain control button will allow you to select between high (0dB), medium (-12dB), and low (-24dB) gain settings. The level icon in the middle of the screen indicates which gain setting is selected. An additional fine gain control mode can also be enabled in the RØDE Central app. See below for more information.

Note that the gain control only affects the 3.5mm output of the Wireless GO II, not the digital USB-C output. If you are using the Wireless GO II with a smartphone or computer and need to adjust your gain, do so in your recording software or app.

It’s also possible to have more granular control over the gain level, as well as to select a gain preset based on a wide variety of popular camera manufacturers and models. For more information on these features, visit the user guide for Using RØDE Central with Wireless GO II.

Wireless GO II changing gain control diagram

Pro Tip

To get the cleanest signal when you record, it is recommended that you set the gain on your camera as low as possible, then use the gain control on the Wireless GO II to boost your signal if required. Cameras generally have poor-quality, noisy preamps that are quite sensitive, so it’s best to not rely on them to achieve good recording levels.