RØDE tells us that the latest addition to its VideoMic Me range of microphones for smartphones, the VideoMic Me-C, is now available as a standalone product. They say that, recently released as part of the RØDE Vlogger Kit range, the VideoMic Me-C is a high-quality microphone for USB-C mobile devices, designed to deliver incredible audio when shooting video. Here's the details direct from the company...
KEY FEATURES OF THE VIDEOMIC ME-C:
- High-quality directional microphone for USB-C mobile devices
- Cardioid condenser capsule delivers crystal-clear, focused audio
- 3.5mm headphone jack for audio monitoring and playback
- Mic clip and furry windshield included
- Designed and made in RØDE's precision manufacturing facilities in Sydney, Australia
The VideoMic Me-C is identical to RØDE's best-in-class VideoMic Me and VideoMic Me-L microphones for iOS devices, but with a USB-C connector for plugging into Android smartphones and tablets, and other mobile devices with a USB-C input, such as the iPad Pro.
It features a high-quality cardioid condenser capsule for capturing crystal-clear audio that is focused on what the microphone is pointed at, while reducing background noise. This makes the VideoMic Me-C ideal for everything from recording videos for TikTok to making video calls and recording music performances.
The VideoMic Me-C has a 3.5mm headphone output for audio monitoring and playback. Also included is a clip for ensuring the microphone is secure and a furry windshield for recording outdoors in adverse weather conditions.
The VideoMic Me series has become the go-to audio solution for iPhone users, offering high-quality, directional audio in a compact form factor that is incredibly easy to use. With the release of the VideoMic Me-C, the range now caters to every kind of smartphone, giving everyone access to great sound for mobile recording.
Pricing and Availability:
See local retailer.
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