The RØDE Wireless Go II system is primarily designed for use with a 3.5mm TRS input. However, if you want to connect it to XLR inputs on mixers, cameras, audio interfaces, or recorders, you will need an XLR adapter such as the VXLR Pro.
The VXLR Pro is specifically designed to convert a 3.5mm TRS output to a standard XLR input. This is particularly helpful when connecting the Wireless Go II to professional audio equipment such as mixers, cameras, audio interfaces, or recorders that have XLR inputs.
The VXLR Pro is built with high-quality components that maintain the integrity of the audio signal. It ensures a clean and accurate transfer of the audio from the Wireless Go II to the XLR input, minimizing signal degradation or interference that can occur with cheaper or inferior XLR adapters.
Please note: For a clean signal with the Wireless GO II, you'll need to use +48v phantom power with the VXLR Pro.
If you're setup requires two independent audio channels from each Wireless GO II transmitters (dual kit only), you'll need to use the SC11 splitter TRS 3.5mm cable connected to the Wireless GO II Receiver with 2x VXLR Pro
To achieve dual outputs from the Wireless GO, you need to set the Wireless GO II Receiver in to a 'Split' mode (Please see our article about How to switch Merge/ Split modes on the Wireless GO II) and connect the SC11 to the 3.5mm output of Wireless GO II RX and two VXLR Pros' to the other ends of the SC11 cable.
The VXLR Pro will then connect into the device's XLR ports for two independent inputs from each Wireless GO II Transmitter.
Please see the example below with the RØDECaster Pro: