Jackie from Griffin introduces their new MicConnectat this year’s CES 2013. The MicConnect makes recording audio from a high quality XLR microphone into your iPad or iPhone possible.
Once your mic has been connected to the XLR input on MicConnect, plug the 1/8″ (3.5 mm) audio cable into your device’s headphone jack and launch GarageBand or other compatible app to begin recording. With built-in +48V phantom power, you’re no longer restricted to just passive dynamic microphones. Grab your favorite condenser mic and get to work.
Plug your mic cable into the front XLR jack on MicConnect, connect the 1/8″ (3.5 mm) audio cable into your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch’s headphone jack and launch GarageBand. NOTE: If you’re using a condenser microphone, press the +48V button on the top of MicConnect to turn on phantom power (2 x AA batteries required, not included).
You can get more details and sign up for stock updates at the Griffin Website HERE.CES 2013, Griffin, iPad, iPhone, MicConnect, quality audio to iPad, record into iPad, record into iPhone, XLR microphone to iPad, XLR to 3.5mm