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$129.00 inc. GST
Product code: 29660
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iRig Mic is the first handheld, quality condenser microphone for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad designed for all of your mobile sound needs. Now you can make professional audio and vocal recordings anywhere on your iOS device.
iRig Mic is ideal for the singer, vocalist and songwriter on the move, but also perfect for recording speeches, instruments, performances or other sound sources in the studio, on stage or in the field.
The iRig Mic features a highly unidirectional condenser-electret microphone capsule that provides quality recording in both close mic and long distance mic conditions, and provides real time monitoring with its dual mini-jack connector design. A three-level gain switch makes it instantly adjustable for any sound pressure condition — from soft speaking to loud playing. Its familiar form is perfect for handheld performance, plus it allows you to mount it on any mic stand leaving your device free for operating your favourite app. Its rugged metal body is road-ready for the mobile musician.
Microphone Type: condenser electret
Polar Pattern: unidirectional/cardioid
Frequency Response: 100 Hz - 15 kHz, -3dB
Maximum Sound Pressure (set for high sound pressure): 120 dB
Maximum Sound Pressure (set for mid sound pressure): 90 dB
Maximum Sound Pressure (set for low sound pressure): 75 dB
Distortion: 3% THD at 120 dB, 1 kHz
Power and Connection: works with iPhone/iPod touch/iPad only
iRig Mic is compatible with iPod touch (2nd, 3rd and 4th generation), iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 and iPad. They all require iPhone OS 3.1.3 or later.
iRig Mic does not support 1st generation iPod touch models, due to their lack of a mic input
With the exception of the Mac Pro, any new model of Mac desktop that has the audio technical specification: “Support for Apple iPhone Headset with Microphone” are compatible with iRig Mic.
MacBook Pro released ‘Late 2008’ and on
MacBook released ‘Late 2008’ and on
MacBook Air released ‘Late 2010’ and on
iMac released ‘Early 2009’ and on
Mac Mini released ‘Mid 2010’ and on