How to Connect RØDE Wireless Go II to Your iPhone

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If you’re a content creator loking for an easy way to record high-quality audio on your iPhone without a cumbersome setup, then the RØDE Wireless Go II system might be the perfect solution. This system works with both Android and iOS devices, allowing you to easily connect your iPhone to a receiver and start recording.

The Wireless Go II system consists of two components: a transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter is small enough to fit in your pocket, making it ideal for recording interviews or capturing audio in remote locations. It comes with an omnidirectional condenser mic built into the top of the unit that captures sound from all directions, poviding clear and accurate audio capture. Additionally, the transmitter has a 3.5mm input jack so you can plug in an external mic for even higher-quality recordings.

To connect your iPhone to the receiver, simply plug it into the USB-C port on the back of the receiver using an Apple Lightning cable or oter compatible cable. Once connected, you’ll be able to control settings such as volume and gain directly from your phone’s display using the RØDE app (available for both Android and iOS). The app also allows you to monitor audio levels in real time so you can make sure everything is sounding just right before hitting record.

The Wireless Go II system is incredibly convenient and easy to use, making it an ideal choice for content creators who are always on the go but still want quality audio recordings. With its simple setup process and versatile features, it’s no woner why this system has become so popular among filmmakers, musicians, podcasters, and other content creators alike!

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Can the Rode Go Be Used With an iPhone?

Yes, you can use the RØDE Wireless Go II system with your iPhone. It is compatible with both Android and iOS devices, so you can easily connect it to your device and start using it. The Wireless Go II system comes with a 3.5mm output for sound monitoring, as well as a USB-C port for charging and data transfer. You can also control the microphone settings directly from your iPhone using the dedicated RØDE app.

Connecting a Rode Microphone to a Phone

Yes, you can connect your Rode mic to your phone with the right adapter. The Rode mic uses a TRRS microphone cable, so you will need an adapter that can connect a TRRS microphone cable to a USB-C equipped Android. Our UCMA-1 3.5mm to USB-C Adapter is specifically designed for this purpose and provides a sturdy connection that allows you to use your Rode mic with your Android phone.

Using Rode Wireless Go With Smartphones

Yes, the RØDE Wireless GO II system can be used with smartphones. It is compatible with iOS devices (using the RØDE SC15 cable) and Android devices (using the RØDE SC16 cable). Additionally, it can also act as a wireless transmitter for the VideoMic NTG on-camera shotgun microphone.

Connecting a Microphone to an iPhone

To connect a microphone to your iPhone, you will need either a 3.5mm TRS or a 3.5mm TRRS adapter. For 3.5mm TRS, plug the TRS jack into the adapter, then plug the TRRS end into the headphone socket on your iPhone. For 3.5mm TRRS microphones, simply plug it directly into your iPhone’s headphone port. Make sure that all connections are secure and snug befre attempting to use your microphone with your iPhone.


The iPhone is an incredibly versatile and powerful device that can do a wide variety of tasks, from taking pictures and videos to controlling the RØDE Wireless Go II system. With its large selection of apps and features, it is no wonder why the iPhone has become one of the most popular smartphones in the world. The iPhone offers users a great experience with its intuitive design and user-friendly interface. It is an ideal choice for anyone looking for a reliable, powerful, and versatile device.

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Sanjeev Singh

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