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Blue Microphones announces the availability of Mikey Digital, a plug-and-play stereo microphone.

It is designed to directly connect to iPhone and iPad and to be instantly recognized for use with an audio or video application. It comes with two condenser capsules and built-in sensitivity control. Mikey Digital also features a multi-source input jack that allows for direct connection of guitars and other sound sources.

 

Now featuring both Automatic and Manual gain settings, users can enable Mikey Digital to adjust to fluctuating volume levels or manually set low sensitivity for loud sources and high sensitivity for quieter sources, Blue Mics says. Mikey Digital is equipped with an LED clipping indicator that flashes whenever volume levels are producing distortion, providing feedback to adjust sensitivity. Mikey Digital also rotates 230 degrees for positioning or to align with the front- or rear- facing camera to capture audio for your iPhone or iPad video.

 

Mikey Digital includes a guitar adapter for connecting instruments such as guitar and bass to the multi-source 3.5mm input jack, which also accepts stereo line-in and mic-in. Whether recording through the capsules or multi-source jack, Mikey Digital records on the iOS platform using Blue’s built-in mic preamp and a CD-quality A/D converter.

 

Mikey Digital also features a USB pass-thru connection for charging your device while in-use for continuous recording without draining battery life. Further, Mikey Digital incorporates a microprocessor allowing for upgradeability and future control through iOS applications. Mikey Digital is Apple certified for iPhone 4s, iPhone 4, iPad (3rd generation), iPad 2 and iPad.

 

Pricing & Availability:

MSRP $99.99 – available now


For more information: www.bluemic.com

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