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Microphone for tablet/iDevice from RODE .

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Rode announces the availability of the new version of its iXY microphone for iDevices, which now can be used with the latest generations of iPhone.

The first generation of the iXY mic was released last year, but could only be used with 30-pin connector iPhone and iPod Touch devices.

iPhone 5, 5S and 5C users can now use the new version of the iXY, which features a Lightning connector and a black finish. Rode also supplies changeable shockmount and vibration reducer clamps for iPhone 5/5S and 5C, a foam windshield filter and a pouch. 

The iXY microphone is equipped with a dual condenser capsules in XY configuration and allows for recording at a 24-bit / 96kHz audio resolution.

More info about this new version of the Rode iXY mic at www.ixymic.com.

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