VideoMic GO II

VideoMic GO II

경량 지향성 마이크

VideoMic GO II는 놀라운 오디오를 매우 쉽게 녹음하기 위해 설계되었습니다. 초경량에 컴팩트하며 사용하기 쉬운 강력한 기능을 갖추었으며 카메라, 스마트폰이나 태블릿 또는 컴퓨터를 통한 모든 형태의 콘텐츠 제작에 매우 적합합니다. 콘텐츠의 수준을 더 향상해보세요.

주요 기능:

  • 방송 품질의 컴팩트 샷건 마이크
  • 초경량(89g)
  • 배터리 불필요, 복잡한 스위칭 없음 - 매우 쉬운 사용법
  • 카메라에 사용할 3.5mm TRS 출력
  • 모바일 장치(iOS 및 Android) 및 컴퓨터(macOS 및 Windows)와 사용하기 위한 USB 출력

모든 장치에서 고급 기능, 강력한 오디오 프로세싱 및 스튜디오 품질의 녹음을 이용할 수 있는 RØDE 앱과 호환 가능



간단하면서 뛰어난 사운드.

뛰어난 소리를 녹음하기 위해 오디오 전문가가 될 필요는 없습니다. VideoMic GO II가 사용자를 위해 모든 어려운 작업을 처리해줍니다. VideoMic NTG 및 NTG5 마이크와 동일한 고리 모양의 라인 튜브 기술을 특징으로 광범위한 녹음 애플리케이션에 매우 적합한 풍부하며 꽉 찬 소리를 제공합니다. 지향성이 강한 마이크이기 때문에 포인트를 잡은 부분에 집중이 되며 동시에 외부 소음을 줄여 매우 선명하고 전문적인 사운드를 쉽게 제공합니다.

VideoMic GO II는 또한 깔끔한 야외 녹음 및 파열음 감소를 위한 고품질 윈드실드에 더해 우수한 핸들링 노이즈 흡수를 위한 쇼크 마운트가 함께 제공됩니다.

작지만 강력한 힘 

89g밖에 안 나가는 무게를 지닌 VideoMic GO II는 컴팩트하고 무게가 가벼워 어디든 가지고 다닐 수 있습니다. 컴팩트 카메라, 모바일 녹음 리그와 함께, 또는 데스크톱에서 장소에 상관없이 고품질 오디오를 녹음하기 위한 USB 마이크로 사용하기에 매우 적합합니다.

 

Videomic Go II front facing with large shadow behind it

연결 후 바로 사용할 정도의 간편함

VideoMic GO II는 복잡한 제어 장치나 스위치가 없으며 작동하는 데 배터리가 필요하지 않아 바로 녹음을 할 수 있습니다. 카메라, 컴퓨터, 스마트폰 및 태블릿과 매끄럽게 연결되며 즉시 전문적인 오디오를 최적의 효율성으로 제공합니다. 그저 마이크를 잡고 연결하면 바로 사용할 수 있습니다.

girl at home at desk with laptop and Videomic GO II plugged in

모든 장치를 위한 단 하나의 마이크 

VideoMic GO II는 오늘날 콘텐츠 크리에이터의 다양한 요구 사항을 충족하기 위해 설계되었으며 모든 장치*에 대한 범용 호환성을 제공합니다.

현장에서 카메라와 함께 사용해보세요. 스마트폰 또는 태블릿과 함께 사용하여 즉석에서 매우 선명하게 녹음해보세요. 팟캐스팅, 게이밍 및 라이브스트리밍 또는 화상 통화를 위한 데스크톱 USB 마이크로 사용해보세요. 놀라운 활용성으로 창의성을 최대화해줍니다.

*VideoMic GO II를 USB – USB-C 장치를 통해 컴퓨터 및 모바일 장치에 연결하려면 다음의 추가 케이블이 필요합니다. SC16, SC17, SC18, iOS(라이트닝) 장치: SC15, SC19.

a camera, laptop, mobile phone all with videomic go ii

USB 전원을 통해 더욱 강화

VideoMic GO II를 컴퓨터에 연결하면 완전하게 작동하는 USB 마이크가 되며 팟캐스팅에서 화상 통화 및 보이스오버부터 스트리밍까지 모든 분야에 매우 적합합니다. 특허 출원 중인 이 놀라운 기술을 통해 VideoMic GO II는 다른 어떤 마이크와도 수준을 달리합니다. USB 모드로 사용하는 경우 쉬운 오디오 모니터링 및 녹음 재생을 위해 3.5mm 출력이 헤드폰 출력의 기능을 겸합니다.

girl at home at desk with computer and Videomic GO II plugged in

RØDE 앱을 통해 창의적인 잠재력을 더 끌어내세요

VideoMic GO II는 모든 RØDE 앱 세트와 호환되며 고급 기능, 강력한 오디오 프로세싱 및 스튜디오 품질의 녹음을 모든 장치에서 이용할 수 있게 해줍니다.

AI-Micro connected to computer using RØDE Connect

RØDE Connect

Record with up to four microphones on a computer, with intuitive controls and powerful features. Create pro-quality podcasts or livestreams. Access studio-quality processing at the click of a button.

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AI-Micro connected to iPhone using RØDE Reporter

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Configure device settings, including adjusting the input gain, engaging a high-pass filter, high-frequency boost and pad, and record broadcast-quality audio on the go with your mobile device.

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AI-Micro connected to Samsung using RØDE Central

RØDE Central

Unlock advanced features and configure device settings anywhere. Set the input gain, engage a high-pass filter, high-frequency boost and pad, and update firmware for accessing new features.

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Specifications

Acoustic & Electrical Specifications

Acoustic Principle
Pressure gradient electret condenser

Polar Pattern
Supercardioid

Frequency Response
20Hz - 20kHz

Output Impedance
2K2Ω

Signal-to-Noise Ratio
79 dBA

Equivalent Noise Level (A-Weighted)
15 dBA

Dynamic Range
95 dBA Typical

Sensitivity
-31dBV(28.78mV @ 94dB SPL) ± 1dB @ 1kHz

Max Input SPL
110 dB SPL

Output Connection
3.5mm TRS

USB-C

Computer Connectivity
USB-C (USB 2.0)

Simultaneous I/O
Stereo input and output when in USB mode

Power Requirements
3.5mm plug-in power 2 - 5V

USB 5V

Bit Depth
24-bit

Sample Rates
48 kHz

Minimum OS Requirements
macOS 10.15

Windows 10 (20H2)

 iOS 14

Android 9.0 

Mechanical Specifications

Weight (g)
VideoMic GO II: 33

VideoMic GO II with SM8-R: 89

VideoMic GO II and all included accessories: 96 

Dimensions (mm)

VideoMic GO II:
Height: 120
Diameter: 21.6

VideoMic GO II and included accessories:
Length: 150
Width: 70
Height: 86


Included Accessories
1 x SC14 3.5mm TRS to TRS cable
1 x Foam Windshield
1 x SM8-R Shockmount

Box Contains

VideoMic GO II

1 x VideoMic GO II

sm8-r

1 x SM8-R

vmgoii-windshield

1 x Windshield

sc14

1 x SC14


Downloads

Datasheet

CE Declaration of Conformity

UKCA Declaration of Conformity


FAQs

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Q.
Do I need to charge the VideoMic GO II?
A.
The VideoMic GO II runs off plug-in power supplied by the connected device and does not contain an internal battery, so it does not need to be charged.
A.

Most definitely! The VideoMic GO II features a USB-C audio output that allows it to be connected to computers and mobile devices and used as a fully featured USB microphone. When used in USB mode, the 3.5mm TRS output can be used to connect headphones for audio monitoring and playback.

Additional cables are required for connecting the VideoMic GO II to computers and mobile devices via USB, such as the RØDE SC16, SC17 or SC18 for devices with a USB-C input, or RØDE SC15, SC19 for iOS devices with a Lightning port (note: to use the VideoMic GO II with an iOS device, you must use an Apple-certified 'Lightning Accessory Cable' like the SC15 or SC19).

A.
It is important to understand there are two different types of USB to Lightning cables specified by Apple. One is a charging / sync cable. This is the one that is supplied with your phone. The other is a ‘Lightning Accessory Cable’. This is a different type of cable that is used to attach accessories (such as microphones) to your device. You can use any Apple-certified Lightning Accessory Cable to connect the VideoMic Go II to your device; it does not have to be from RØDE. Just check carefully to ensure it is a certified ‘Lightning Accessory Cable’. A regular charging / sync cable will not work, as it is a different type of cable.
A.
The pad function only operates when using the VideoMic GO II in USB mode. When using the 3.5mm analog output, you should use the gain control on your camera to ensure the recording level is not too high.
A.

Yes. If you are using the 3.5mm output, you can use any high-quality 3.5mm extension cable (but be aware that the longer the cable, the higher likelihood of interference from other electrical devices). We suggest using the RØDE VC1 or SC8 when mounting the VideoMic GO II on a boompole. You can also use the Wireless GO for a wireless solution.

If you are using the USB output, be aware that very long USB cables or USB cable extenders can be problematic, and their performance may depend on the recording device being used. Use a high-quality USB extender, ideally an ‘active’ one, for best performance. Note: RØDE cannot warrant the performance of the microphone when used with third-party cables.

A.
Yes, the VideoMic GO II is fully compatible with RØDE Connect, allowing you to connect up to four of the microphones to a computer, with complete control over the input level and audio processing.
A.

The foam windshield is designed to mitigate moderate wind noise and plosives. You should also use it if the microphone is being moved (for example, on a handheld camera or boom arm), or if you are speaking directly into it. If it is mounted on a static camera in an indoor environment, you can remove it. The windshield features a high-quality open-cell design that is very acoustically transparent, so will not noticeably affect the performance of the microphone.

If you are using the microphone outdoors in a high-wind environment, we recommend using the WS12 furry windshield.

A.
Yes, you can do this within RØDE Central on PC or Mac computers, or by using RØDE Central Mobile or RØDE Reporter on iOS or Android devices. Please note that when the VideoMic GO II is being used with RØDE Connect, direct monitoring will always be on.
A.

When using the 3.5mm analog output, the peaks will depend on the gain setting in your camera, so you should use the audio meters on your device to monitor for peaks.

In USB mode, the VideoMic Go II utilises an internal preamp and A/D, so the LED will alert you to any loud peaks that may clip the input.

A.
The sliding rail is particularly useful for making sure the VideoMic GO II doesn’t protrude within the frame when using a very wide/ultra-wide lens and also allows it to be pushed forward in case it is blocking the viewfinder of a camera.
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Yes, on the bottom of the VideoMic GO II’s cold shoe mount there is a 3/8” screw thread, allowing it to be mounted to boom arms such as the RØDE PSA1 and PSA1+, boompoles, tripods such as the Tripod 2, and microphone stands. You may need a thread adaptor to attach it to these accessories (we recommend the RØDE Thread Adaptor kit).
A.

If you have an iPhone or iPad with a Lightning input, you will need a Lightning Accessory Cable (USB-C to Lightning) like the RØDE SC15 or SC19 (note: standard USB-C to Lightning cables will not work – you must use an Apple-certified ‘Lightning Accessory Cable’).

If you have a device with a USB-C input, such as an Android smartphone or iPad Pro, you will need a USB-C to USB-C cable like the RØDE SC16 or SC17.

You can also plug your VideoMic GO II into your smartphone or tablet using the 3.5mm output with the RØDE SC7 cable (available separately). Using the USB-C output gives you access to a host of features including headphone monitoring and access to advanced features using RØDE Central, so we highly recommend this option if possible

A.

When being used with a camera, the VideoMic GO II is designed to be a simple plug-and-go microphone with no controls or switches ensuring minimal fuss. You can use the manual gain control on your camera to adjust the input level if required.

When being used in USB mode, the input level and headphone volume can be adjusted from the computer or mobile device it’s connected to or with RØDE Central or RØDE Connect (computers), RØDE Central Mobile or RØDE Reporter (mobile devices). These apps can also be used to activate the high-pass filter, high-frequency boost, pad and other audio processing (RØDE Connect only).

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Many cameras have Automatic Gain Control (AGC) and other audio processing enabled by default. They can cause jumps in audio levels and other artefacts. These are not needed when using a high-quality microphone such as the VideoMic GO II. Ensure they are turned off, and the audio gain is set to ‘manual’ in your camera settings. Then adjust the gain so the audio meter is about 2/3 of the way across for the sound you are recording. For more details on setting the gain on your camera, check out this blog.