Go Mic Mobile® Wireless System
- Working Range: 100′ (30m) line-of-sight
- Working Frequency: 2.406~2.478GHz
- Frequency Response: 10Hz–22kHz
- Operating Temperature: -10~+50°C
- Signal To Noise: 90dB (A) mic at minimum gain, 78dB (A) mic at maximum gain
- Max. Analog Audio Output Level: +6 dBu, =4.4 Vpp, =70 mW per side into 32Ω
- USB Audio Sample Rate: 48kHz
- USB Audio Support: Windows, Mac OS, iOS, Android, Linux
- Battery Life: 7–13 hours depending on use
- Power: Internal rechargeable lithium-ion battery
- Operating Voltage: 5V DC 500mA
PXD2 Beltpack Transmitter
- Input Connector: Mini XLR (P3)
- RF Power: <10 mW EIRP
- Power Requirements: Two AA (LR6) alkaline batteries
- Battery Life: 20 hours
Where Will You Go?®
Samson‘s Go Mic Mobile® is the world’s first professional wireless microphone system for smartphones, allowing mobile filmmakers/journalists to capture incredible audio anywhere. Go Mic Mobile® connects directly to iOS and Android* devices so can you start filming with high-quality audio almost immediately.
Go Mic Mobile® Lavalier Wireless System
In addition to the Go Mic Mobile® (GMM) Receiver, the uniquely configured Go Mic Mobile® Lavalier Wireless System features Samson‘s PXD2 Beltpack Transmitter and LM8 Omnidirectional Lavalier Microphone for up to 100’ of uncompressed digital wireless operation.
The low latency transmission to your mobile device eliminates any sync issues, so you can capture, edit and share videos right from your smartphone. An additional transmitter can be added to the system for dual-channel operation.
The system also includes a Lighting cable to connect to iPhone/iOS devices, USB Micro B and USB-C cables to connect to Android devices and an 1/8″ (3.5mm) cable to connect to any analog audio input, as well as a varity of receiver mounting accessories (bracket arms, hook-and-loop fasteners, 1/4″–20 adapter, shoe mount adapter).
*Go Mic Mobile® offers digital audio compatibility with Android devices running Android 5.0 (Lollipop) or later that allow USB digital audio connectivity. Not all Android applications support USB audio, and you may need to download a third party app to use this feature. Analog connectivity via the included 1/8″ (3.5mm) cable is offered as an alternative solution.