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RØDE Adds iPhone Compatibility For Lavalier, PinMic And HS1 Headset

RØDE Adds iPhone Compatibility For Lavalier, PinMic And HS1 Headset

RØDE Microphones has announced the release of the MiCon-11 adaptor cable.

The new adaptor cable provides connection between the RØDE HS1 headset, PinMic and Lavalier microphones, and TRRS devices such as the Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod touch as well as a large number of Android phones and tablets.

Microphone users can now take advantage of the RØDE Rec app on Apple iOS devices, recording high-quality audio direct to their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

This functionality will be further enhances with the large scale update of the app that is schedule for release later this month.

“The MiCon system was born out of frustration from working with other manufacturers’ wireless systems.” said Damien Wilson, RØDE’s Global Marketing & Sales Director. “With MiCon the idea is to allow anyone that invests in our microphones a versatile suite of connectivity options.

“If you upgrade your wireless system or want to connect it to another device you don’t have to buy a completely new mic. Today’s release of the MiCon-11 really highlights the benefits of this system.”

He continued. “Since the release of the smartLav in January we’ve been overwhelmed by worldwide demand, proving that this convergent technology is exactly what today’s consumers and professionals alike are looking for.

“Now with the MiCon-11 we can easily enable users of our broadcast-quality compact wearable microphones to take advantage of the many benefits of recording direct to their iOS device with the RØDE Rec app.”

The 1.2m/4′ cable adaptor also includes a MiCon male-to-male interface to allow it to be used as an extension for other MiCon cables from RØDE.

With this announcement RØDE now offers eleven different interface options for customers to connect their microphones, including wireless systems from seven different manufacturers.

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