Rode presents the Lavalier II, a new state-of-the-art microphone

Premium accessory kit with pop filter, mini furry windshield, mic clip, colored ID rings and zip case. Sure, Rode’s Lavalier II, as anyone will tell you, audio is king, if it looks good but sounds terrible, you’ve got nothing. Leveling up your audio equipment is always a smart move, and Rode is known for producing high-quality mics and audio products that help creators improve the quality of their projects.

Rode has been releasing high-quality audio gear for both prosumers and consumers, and we’ve been keeping track of it all. Rode announced the Lavalier II microphone today, which is geared towards prosumer and consumer content creators. This $99 premium lavalier features a low-profile design, a 6mm capsule, and an Omni-directional polar pattern for audio reproduction that operates between 20Hz and 20KHz. On paper, specifications like these make it perfect for a wide range of content generation demands, including broadcasting, podcasting, and filmmaking.

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