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If you like the sound of a studio condenser microphone, the Sennheiser MK 4 Digital is a portable and professional microphone for connecting to iOS devices.
Record quality audio outside your studio with Sennheiser’s new HandMic Digital. This microphone plugs directly into your iOS device’s Lightning port. This microphone can be used for podcasting, video recording, or live-streaming wherever you can take your iOS device (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad).
IK Multimedia’s iRig Mic Lav can daisy-chain two lav mics with real-time monitoring for recording into any iOS or Android device.
Connect your professional XLR podcasting mic to a computer or iOS device with Shure’s new MVi from their Motiv product line!
Record phone and VoIP conversations from a mobile device into any 3.5 mm stereo recorder with JK Audio’s new CellTap 4C!
Sennheiser’s new ClipMic Digital and MKE 2 Digital lavalier microphones are powered with an Apogee preamp and connect directly to iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad through the Lightning port.