The Rode Wireless GO II has become ubiquitous amongst YouTubers and filmmakers alike. Despite the massive amount of competitors on the market now, it still seems to be the most prevalent. But there’s one big complaint that many people have about the Wireless GO II. Unlike almost all of the competing microphone systems, Rode’s doesn’t come with a case to store all the bits in.
There are, of course, some third-party options out there, but Thingiverse user motoriley decided to develop his own solution. It’s a 3D-printed case with a magnetic lid holding the receiver, both transmitters, and associated cables – and possibly even a wired lav or two. It’ll even fit the original Rode Wireless GO, too, for those who haven’t upgraded yet.