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00:00 – Introduction.
00:55 – Introduction.
01:57 – Rode Wireless ME Cost.
02:39 – Smart device Setup.
03:58 – Rode Wireless ME Audio TEST.
05:41 – Rode Wireless GO's Benefit.
07:14 – Rode Wireless ME's Advantage.
08:45 – The ONE BIG CON.

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  1. I can’t believe I’ve been here since before 1000 subscribers😮 you’ve come so far!! 🎉🎉

    1. @David Manning now I just need a video on how to convince my wife I need this

  2. Canada thanks you for your intelligent and informative reviews! Occasionally funny too. 😉

  3. First thing I invested in was the original Rode Wireless GO paired up with their Lavalier GO mic before I bought my nice cameras. Can vouch how good these things are, definitely worth the money! great presentation as always David!

    1. Do they ever go on sale? Been watching that one and the dji set up and they never go on sale lol

  4. I can’t believe RODE has yet to respond to the infinitely superior DJI Mic.

    1. Hey! The Wireless ME is designed to be super simple to use (just plug it in and it sounds awesome), plus it’s got some super unique features that no other mic has like GainAssist and the mics built into the receiver and transmitter for recording audio from in front of and behind the camera at the same time (perfect for interviews and creating content for TikTok, Shorts, Reels). We’ve also got some exciting stuff lined up for the Wireless GO II and new wireless products in the future – so keep your eyes peeled, responses incoming…

  5. I think this would be cool to have while recording kids as long as they stay on well. Also love the videos especially your end out takes. Keep up the good work!

  6. Could someone use Apple AirPods with the iPhone vlogger setup? It looks nice but the Rhode is expensive here in Thailand… Great video… Thank you!

  7. I just returned from a week-long documentary-style shoot on a research vessel in Bermuda. We were 60+ miles out in the ocean for the week – it was intense/awesome. I was shooting stills/motion and I brought the original Rode Wireless GO mics with me. I would randomly throw them on the scientists while shooting – and have them talk about their work – and used them for a few quick interviews. I was blown away by how good they still worked – and could cut down the ship’s noise. I’ve been looking at the DJi ones for easy travel/charging – but I may upgrade to the second version of these, with the internal recording. Nice man – great video. Hope all is well, Jeff.

    1. I highly recommend the Dji over the rode wireless. They have internal recording as well, amazing battery life, and the charging case is awesome for keeping track and allowing them to record. Another huge plus is there is no need for an app to pull audio. The rode just has the files open up when plugged in. The ride’s software has given me issues on multiple occasions.

    2. @Devon Carroll Nice man – all good points. Especially on the file system – that’s important to keep it as simple as possible. I don’t want to have to use a 3rd party app to access my audio files before I add them to my edit. One thing I need to clarify on those If/before I would switch over is if I can add a lav mic to them for a lower profile when putting them on a subject. Thanks again

  8. Can you take two of the transceivers from the Go and pair them with the Me so that you have 4 inputs? I mean if you can pair one of them with the Me and now get 3, 4 should work right? Unless the receiver mic on the Go turns off if you pair a second transceiver with it.

    1. No, you can only go up to two transmitters. A note on that is the split channels. When you record left/right from both mics, you get the transmitter on the left and the receiver on the right. If you add another transmitter, the two transmitter’s audio gets merged into one channel and the receiver mic on the other channel. Because cameras only have two channel pickups, you can’t record the three channels separately

  9. If you own a wireless mic go or go ii just get the sc15 cable and it will fix your problem.

  10. Just ordered mine through your link. Thanks so much for the informative review. Cheers.

  11. I love our dji radio mikes, this still feels significantly behind.

  12. It still needs a built in charging case like the DJI mic. SUper annoying to have to charge each unit.

  13. The internal recording on the II is huge and has saved me. I’m surprised it wasn’t added in these. Would like to see a test of the new gain feature to see how it handles loud noises.

  14. The wireless mics from rode have treated me well, however their biggest crux is the software to retrieve the internal recorded files. I’ve had more issues with that than the simplicity of the DJI wireless mic system. If rode could figure that out I would recommend them more, but for now the DJI mics are so much better.

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