Godox MoveLink M2 2.4GHz Wireless Microphone System 2022 REVIEW — MacSources

8 min readMay 26, 2022

Wireless microphone kit creates flawless sound for content creators.

Wireless microphones have become increasingly popular in recent years for content creators. This is because they offer a number of benefits that make them useful for a wide range of purposes. For example, wireless microphones are convenient because they don’t require any cords or cables to be attached to them. This means that they can be used anywhere there is an available outlet. Additionally, wireless microphones are portable, which makes them ideal for use on location.

I’ve been fortunate enough to try many different types of wireless systems and have found that some of the more modern ones are much more versatile than they used to be. I love miniature packs that are super easy to clip onto subjects and was thrilled when I found out that Godox, one of my favorite camera accessory companies offered a wireless microphone system as a kit.


The Godox MoveLink M2 Wireless Microphone system is a compact, easy-to-use wireless microphone system that is perfect for recording short and long-range audio. The system uses the globally recognized 2.4GHz frequency band and features a range up to 50 meters. The built-in microphone is omnidirectional and the included lav mics provide a more directional recording option.

The system has a fast setup process and a built-in clip that is compatible with hot shoe on-camera mounts. Users can switch between stereo and mono modes and the carrying case for the transmitters and receiver recharges the devices as well as provides a secure storage option for them.


  • Receiver Simulated Output: 3.5mmTRS
  • Transmitter Sensitivity: -32dB+/-2dB
  • Transmitter Max. SPL: 120DB
  • Transmitter Simulated Input: 3.5mmTRS Lavalier microphone input
  • Equivalent Input Noise Level: 21.8dB(A weighting)
  • Frequency Range: 50Hz-20KHz

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