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Rode Lavalier GO Microphone $74.70 Delivered @ Harris Technology via Amazon AU


I was watching this microphone for a while and noticed this morning the price has dropped by 16%. The usual price is $88.99. It's from Harris Technology and fulfilled by Amazon. There is a similar priced item on eBay but delivery time is the deal-breaker. Also, there is another seller in Amazon selling it for $62.99 but not fulfilled by Amazon.

I used my Suncorp account to get Amazon gift card, so it costs me $72.46

About this item
Professional-grade Lavaliere mic with 3.5mm TRS jack
Pairs perfectly with the RDE Wireless go and most recording devices with a 3.5mm TRS microphone input.
Kevlar reinforced cable
Includes Pop shield and durable mounting clip
High-quality omnidirectional condenser capsule

Please note this has TRS jack and if you want to use it with your smartphone, you will need a TRRS adapter.

First time posting a deal, please let me know if I missed anything.

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closed Comments

  • +8

    At first glance I was very confused as to why I would buy a microphone named for Rod Laver.

  • does anyone know how long is that cord?

  • It's on sale for $69 at PC Case Gear + shipping costs. For me standard shipping is abysmal at $12 and is a no deal, but maybe it can be justified if you're buying other stuff. ¯_(ツ)_/¯. Maybe you can price match.

    • +2

      I would just get it from Amazon, no one can beat their shipping speed (just seems to me that AusPost always prioritize Amazon shipment)

  • +1

    WHY YOU NEED a TRS to TRRS Smartphone adapter

  • +1

    I have this, with the TRRS adaptor (which you basically need for every device except a smartphone). I plug it straight into my Canon 750D, works beautifully. I also plug it into the back of my PC and use it as my gaming Mic, clipped to the cable of my headphones. People say often on Discord how good my mic sounds, thinking it must be a condenser on the desk.

  • Great little lapel microphone and well worth every cent.

  • Can anyone confirm whether something like this is required for use with a PC?

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