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Microphones for Mobile Devices


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Lapel microphone

Audio-Technica ATR3350IS Lavalier Microphone

  • Adapter cable enables compatibility with iOS, Windows, and Android smartphones, and allows headphone monitoring
  • Connects to phone or tablet's 3.5 mm mic/headphone jack
  • includes a tie clip, to position microphone on tie, collar, or lapel
  • includes an ON/OFF switch to conserve battery life
  • Omni-directional pickup pattern, excellent for natural sounding speech

Stereo microphone

Rode iXY Stereo Microphone with Lightning Connector

  • Dual Condenser microphones
  • Connects to Lightning jack on recent iOS devices
  • Cardioid pickup pattern, in an X/Y position, excellent for stereo imaging
  • Max SPL 122 dB at 1 kHz, 1% THD into 1kOhm load
  • Sensitivity -34 db, +/- 2dB @ 1kHz
  • 17 dBA (A-weighted) equivalent input noise
  • Signal to Noise Ratio: 76 dBA SPL
  • weight 0.8 lbs
  • powered from device, no batteries required
  • works with free RODE App, but limited sharing options
  • works with other audio apps, but not with the default audio recording app on iOS devices
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