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Rode VideoMic Me - Directional Microphone for Iphone / Ipad / Smartphones

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Rode VideoMic Me - Directional Microphone for Iphone / Ipad / Smartphones

PRODUCT CODE: VIDEOMICME

Availability: In stock

Main Features:



  • Directional shotgun microphone

  • TRRS output for smartphones

  • No battery required

  • Deluxe furry windshield included

  • All-metal microphone body

  • Built-in headphone jack for monitoring

  • Designed and made in Australia

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The VideoMic Me is a compact,  lightweight and high-quality directional microphone with that connects directly to the iPhone TRRS microphone/headphone 3.5mm socket. Its flexible mounting bracket accommodates a wide range of smartphones and allows the microphone to be fitted for primary camera or front camera selfie use.

 


 

A 3.5mm headphone jack on the rear allows for play-through of audio while recording (app dependent) as well as easy playback of your videos without having to remove the microphone. The VideoMic Me includes a deluxe furry windshield for shooting outdoors or in adverse weather.

 

Acoustic Principle: Pressure Gradient
Polar Pattern: Cardioid
Frequency Range: 100Hz ~ 20kHz
Signal to noise Ratio: 75 dBA SPL (as per IEC651)
Equivalent Noise: 20 dBA SPL (as per IEC651)
Maximum SPL: 140 dB SPL
Sensitivity: -33dB re 1V/Pa (22mV @ 94dB SPL) ± 2dB @ 1kHz
Dynamic Range: 120 dB SPL
Power Requirements: 2V-12V DC
Output Connection: TRRS plug for connection to device. TRS socket for headphone monitoring from device.
Weight: 34g
Dimension: 21mm x 80mm(L) x 38mm(H)

Rode VideoMic Me - Directional microphone for Smartphones
  • Rode VideoMic Me Microphone
  • Deluxe furry windshield

Pro Audio

  • Regarding the Video Mic ME, the built-in headphone jack for monitoring write-up says that it's app-dependant. Does that mean I need to use a specific app while shooting video to use the headphone jack?

    In theory the quality of sound recorded is not app dependent, however Rode have a specific App that definitely supports the Rode VideoMic Me.


  • I have been getting crackling when recording audio. Is there a setting to fix this ?

    Often when using a Rode VideoMic Me mic to record to the phone, there is interference from the phone signal itself. When recording audio, try setting the phone to aeroplane mode, as this often solves this issue.


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