Monitoring sound often is quite annoying using a normal headphone as you can get entangled with the cable or it accidentally hook on something. This video we are going to tackle this issue by building our own DIY wireless headphone with zero lag. As many wireless headphone on the market have a lag due to use of bluetooth, we are going to make use of 2.4ghz transmitters which have zero lag and can keep the setup nice and compact.

For this we have chosen to use the Saramonic Blink500 which got far less issues than the Rode Wireless Go. The Blink500 have 6 volumes settings which makes it more pleasant and easily control the volume. The Wireless go can also easily jam other system and making a wireless monitor headphone that jams your wireless microphone not a good option.

For the headphone we went for the OneOdio A71 which is affordable and got quite good reviews and ratings on Amazon, also because you can replace remove or replace the 3.5mm cable easily made it very easy to replace it with a nice short cable.

Saramonic Blink500 –
Rode Wireless Go –
OneOdio A71 –

Cable option:

This video is filmed with:
Panasonic GH5 –
Laowa 7.5mm f2 –
7artisans 60mm f2.8 Macro –
Aputure MC –
Aputure MW –
Manfrotto 190 –
Manfrotto Geared Head –
Titla Battery base –

Edited with Adobe Premiere Pro –

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