The iRig Mic HD 2 is a handheld USB digital condenser microphone that can be used with iPhone, iPad, Mac and PC.
Surely the ultimate in portability and convenience, the iRig Mic HD 2 from IK Mulitmedia delivers results across multiple platforms with ease.
This new USB mic can be plugged straight into an iPhone or iPad for quick and convenient location recording. Yet it also holds in own in the studio, delivering 24bit/96k analog to digital conversion. Other studio level specs include the low-noise preamp and gold sputtered cardioid capsule.
The iRig Mic HD 2 promises to be a one-stop solution for podcasters, performers and on location interviewers alike. To facilitate this versatility, it comes with lightning and USB cables for connection to iOS devices and computers, a compact tripod for hands-free operation and headphone output for vocal monitoring.
This mic should be shipping in September at a cost of 129.99 euros.
Find out more on the IK Multimedia website.
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