If you observe that both of your Wireless GO II transmitters are linked to the same channel on the receiver, it may indicate an issue with the audio routing. However, there is a solution to address this situation:
- Firstly, make sure you're using the latest version of the RØDE Central desktop app on a Mac or PC.
- Make sure your computer is on MacOS 10.15 or later/ Windows 10 Version 1803 or later
The latest firmware is available to download from here
Open the RØDE Central application on your computer.
Begin by plugging each Wireless GO II unit one at a time and running the Diagnostics tool on each Wireless GO II unit, allowing it to complete the process.
- For more information about the Diagnostics tool on RØDE, please see our article here: How to use the Diagnostic tool in RØDE Central
- Once done, disconnect the units.
- Connect the first TX unit to the computer and perform a factory reset by selecting the settings on the top right of RØDE Central
- After the reset is completed, run the diagnostics tool once again.
- Similarly, plug in the second TX unit and perform a factory reset. Once the reset is done, run the diagnostics tool again.
- After both TX units have been factory reset, proceed to perform the standard pairing process.
- For reference, you can find the standard pairing process steps in the following article: How to manually pair the Wireless GO II Transmitter to the Receiver.
These steps should help resolve the issue of both transmitters being paired to the same channel on the Wireless GO II receiver.
If you're still having issue with the product, please reach out to our Service Team contact page for further assistance.