Rode RODELink Lav Omnidirectional Lavalier Microphone for RODELink Systems

BH #ROLINKLAV • MFR #LINK LAV
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Rode RODELink Lav Omnidirectional Lavalier Microphone for RODELink Systems
Key Features
  • For DIY Videographer
  • Lapel Mic for RODELink TX-BELT or TX-XLR
  • Locking Gold-Plated 3.5mm TRS Connector
  • Durable Kevlar-Reinforced Cable
Use the Rode RODELink Lav omnidirectional lavalier microphone to get the convenience and clarity of a broadcast-quality, clip-on lapel mic for your Rode RODELink wireless system. Ideal for mobile journalists and videographers, the RODELink Lav features a durable Kevlar-reinforced cable terminated in a locking gold-plated 3.5mm TRS connector for enhanced conductivity and compatibility with a variety of wireless transmitters from Sennheiser and Senal.

The miniature mic capsule is easily concealed and features a foam pop shield to reduce vocal plosives. Its omnidirectional polar pattern provides 360 degrees of sound pickup while the condenser element yields a wide, full-frequency response, giving you clear and intelligible voice capture.
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Rode Link lav Overview

Use the Rode RODELink Lav omnidirectional lavalier microphone to get the convenience and clarity of a broadcast-quality, clip-on lapel mic for your Rode RODELink wireless system. Ideal for mobile journalists and videographers, the RODELink Lav features a durable Kevlar-reinforced cable terminated in a locking gold-plated 3.5mm TRS connector for enhanced conductivity and compatibility with a variety of wireless transmitters from Sennheiser and Senal.

The miniature mic capsule is easily concealed and features a foam pop shield to reduce vocal plosives. Its omnidirectional polar pattern provides 360 degrees of sound pickup while the condenser element yields a wide, full-frequency response, giving you clear and intelligible voice capture.

Designed for use with Rode RODELink wireless microphone systems
Locking 3.5mm TRS output provides compatibility with Rode RODELink TX-BELT beltpack transmitters, RODELink TX-XLR transmitters, and many wireless transmitters from Sennheiser and Senal
Discreet miniature mic capsule is easily concealed
Condenser mic element and active JFET electronics yield a wide 20 Hz to 20 kHz frequency range
Kevlar-reinforced cable ensures lasting durability
Gold plating on 3.5mm plug enhances conductivity
Foam pop shield softens vocal plosives and wind noise
Mic clip with cable management included for neatly securing microphone to clothing
Small pouch included for storage and transport
UPC: 698813006380

Rode Link lav Specs

Microphone
Sound FieldMono
Operating PrinciplePressure Operated
CapsuleElectret Condenser
Diaphragm0.1" / 2.54 mm
Polar PatternOmnidirectional
Performance
Frequency Range20 Hz to 20 kHz
Maximum SPL110 dB SPL
Impedance3 Kilohms
Sensitivity-33.5 dBV/Pa at 1 kHz
Equivalent Noise Level25 dB A-Weighted
Connectivity
Output Connector1/8" / 3.5 mm Locking
Physical
ColorBlack
Length1.57" / 40 mm
Diameter0.20" / 5 mm
Weight0.6 oz / 17 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.13 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.1 x 3.45 x 1.4"
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