It was just three years ago that RØDE announced it would be also launching wireless microphones, basically complementing its established range of video production and reporter solutions with easy to configure and very adaptable products. The Australian company has been gradually fulfilling its promises of wireless solutions and meanwhile the RØDELink Filmmaker Kit claims to be the best-selling wireless-lav solution in the world. The TX-M2 gives existing Filmmaker Kit owners – filmmakers, reporters and content creators – the freedom to mix and match the RØDELink microphones in their kits: the same RX-CAM receiver works simply with the Filmmaker Kit’s Lavalier microphone, TX-BELT and the Performer Kit’s handheld TX-M2.
In general, the RØDELink TX-M2 Microphone is a versatile, detailed, and perfectly balanced wireless condenser microphone for singers, presenters, and reporters. Transmitting a 128-bit encrypted signal on the license-free 2.4GHz spectrum, the TX-M2 pairs easily with the RX-DESK and RX-CAM receivers, delivering crystal clear audio and incredibly low handling noise. Designed and made in Australia, the TX-M2 uses next generation digital wireless technology to constantly monitor frequencies and automatically switch to the strongest possible signal level, so users are always given the best quality of sound. With over 100m of range, the stylish and durable TX-M2 is the perfect addition to any Filmmakers’ Kit.
The TX-M2 is powered by the LB-1 Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Battery that provides over 10 hours of use in a single charge, or 2x AA batteries for over 6 hours of use. The portable handheld microphone houses a super cardioid condenser capsule, providing low handling noise, and features a mute switch to create a wireless alternative to the popular RØDE M2 microphone while continually delivering the sensitivity and versatility offered by condenser microphones.
Adding the TX-M2 to the RØDELink Filmmaker Kit, provides a simple wireless microphone solution to all filmmakers. For more information go to rode.com/txm2