RØDE Microphones has announced four new accessories for the Wireless GO and VideoMic range. These come in the form of the DCS-1, SC10, SC11, and SC16. These new accessories were designed to further expand the capabilities of the Wireless GO and RØDE VideoMics.
The DCS-1 is a dual cold shoe mount that allows you to mount two microphones or cold shoe accessories onto a device that has a single cold shoe. It is made out of lightweight aluminum, and it is compatible with all RØDE products with a cold shoe adaptor. In a nice touch, it also features handy cable management slots that work with select RØDE cables.
The SC11 is a high-quality TRS Y-splitter cable for connecting two mono 3.5mm outputs to a single stereo 3.5mm input. It’s a useful cable for connecting two microphones to a single DSLR-style camera. It allows you to do things such as connecting dual Wireless GO receivers, or a wireless receiver and a VideoMic.
By combining the DCS-1 and SC11 it stops users from having to plug two microphones into a single recording device, as well as allowing you to keep your rig neat and streamlined. These are good tools for budget filmmakers, vloggers, reporters, journalists, and content creators.
SC10 – TRRS to TRRS Cable
The SC10 is a high-quality 3.5mm TRRS to TRRS cable designed to connect on-camera microphones to DSLR-style cameras or mobile devices. It features a flexible cable segment for optimal shock mount performance, which is coupled to another reinforced cable segment for routing around the camera. This is the exact same cable that comes with the RØDE VideoMic NTG. You can also now purchase that exact cable separately.
SC16 – USB-C to USB-C Cable
The SC16 is a USB-C to USB-C cable that has been designed so that users can connect RØDE microphones with a USB-C output to USB-C devices. It features an in-built cable grip that is compatible with the VideoMic NTG shock mount cable management system. It is also ideal for connecting the VideoMic NTG to Android devices.
The DCS-1, SC10, SC11, and SC16 are available now. Head to rode.com to find out more.