Rode has announced the new VXLR Pro, expanding on the original VXLR and VXLR Plus with one new and extremely useful feature. It lets you run your cables up to a length of about 100m with little-to-no drop in quality, thanks to new transformer-balanced output electronics.
While designed specifically with the VideoMic NTG in mind – for reasons that will be obvious to just about anybody who’s used it – the VXLR Pro isn’t limited to just that one microphone. It works with practically all of Rode’s 3.5mm on-camera and lavalier microphones to give them balanced XLR output. And you even get phantom power.