RØDE Announces the Wireless PRO — a 32-bit Audio Solution for All Occasions

The R0DE Wireless II is an awesome audio capture platform, but fresh on the heels of the release of their mobile version, the Wireless ME, the audiophiles at R0DE have a fresh trick up their sleeve — the Wireless Pro.

The Most Powerful Wireless Mic Ever: Features and Specs of the Wireless PRO

The Wireless Pro is a dual-channel, 32bit, wireless capture system, with 32 GB of internal storage, as well as up to 850 feet of reach. There’s no doubt that these will be a huge step up from their previous models, but let’s dig into what’s new for the R0DE Wireless Pro:

  • Compact dual-channel wireless microphone system
  • RØDE’s state-of-the-art Series IV 2.4 GHz digital transmission with 128-bit encryption for crystal-clear, incredibly stable audio up to 260m (850 ft) line of sight
  • Universal compatibility with cameras, smartphones and computers
  • 32-bit float on-board recording with 32GB internal memory for clip-free audio in any recording application
  • Advanced timecode capability for quick-and-easy audio sync in post-production
  • Intelligent GainAssist technology, flexible output gain control and safety channel for ensuring pristine audio when recording direct to camera
  • Locking 3.5mm lavalier connectors for complete security
  • Headphone output with on-board level control
  • TRRS input on receiver for headset or other “narrator” microphone to record up to three audio channels simultaneously
  • Plug-in power detect for extended battery life
  • Complete accessory kit, including smart charge case, two Lavalier II microphones, cables, MagClip GO magnetic mounting clip and accessory case
  • Easy configuration on a computer or smartphone via RØDE Central
  • Designed and made in RØDE’s precision facilities in Sydney, Australia


Despite its powerful capabilities, the Wireless PRO features the same pocket-sized form factor as the rest of RØDE’s compact wireless range, with a sleek new black-on-black aesthetic for extra discretion. It comes in a dual-channel set with two transmitters and a receiver and utilises RØDE’s state-of-the-art Series IV 2.4GHz digital transmission and proprietary near-zero latency codec with 128-bit encryption to deliver crystal-clear, incredibly stable audio at distances up to 260m (850 ft) line of sight. Integrated clips and broadcast-quality in-built omnidirectional microphones on the transmitters make getting set up a breeze, and it is universally compatible with cameras, smartphones and tablets, computers, and other audio devices via its analog 3.5mm TRS and digital USB-C outputs.


The Wireless PRO offers an array of powerful features for ensuring creators can capture flawless audio every single time. 32-bit float on-board recording capabilities allow users to record directly to the transmitters with no chance of the audio clipping. This groundbreaking feature ensures users will always have a clean backup of their session – even in extremely dynamic scenarios – and eliminates the need to set gain levels prior to recording, making the creative workflow more streamlined than ever before. 32GB of internal memory offers over 40 hours of on-board recording, with dedicated buttons on the transmitters that make triggering recordings super easy.

For users that want to record audio directly into their camera, the Wireless PRO provides a plethora of features for capturing pristine audio. This includes RØDE’s innovative GainAssist technology – first introduced with the Wireless ME – which utilises intelligent algorithms to automatically control audio levels on the fly, ensuring the output is smooth and balanced and minimising the risk of clipping. It also features a flexible output control with a huge 30dB gain range available, allowing users to precisely tailor the mic’s output to their camera, as well as pre-configured camera presets for quick-and-easy setup. For added peace of mind, the Wireless PRO also offers a safety channel feature, which outputs a second channel of audio 10dB lower than the primary channel in case the signal is too hot and clips the camera input.

Team R0DE has been the go-to for audiophiles everywhere, and I personally use the Wireless II as my audio capture solution. As such, I’m eager to see (or more accurately hear) this newest iteration for myself. The best news is that you don’t have to wait long — the R0DE Wireless Pro is available very soon, hitting shelves in late August of 2023. Given that it’s the 21st of August, that sounds like…now!

Look for our review when we can go ears-on with these very soon!

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