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To put it simply, because of convenience. With built-in preamps, internal analog to digital converters, and simple “plug-and-play” connectivity, USB mics have become an invaluable tool for professionals on the go. Here’s how they’re raising the bar for mobile sound quality.
As published in Systems Contractor News and on AVnetwork.com, March 24, 2015
Imagine this all-too-familiar scenario: Your child comes home from school. You ask him “How was your day?” You get the usual answer: “Ok.” You ask him what he did, and get the usual answer: “Nothin. We learned stuff.” With that, he buries his head in his iPhone, and off he goes to his room.
Now, imagine the same opening question, but with this answer: “It was awesome. We had a conference call with The President of the United States, The Prime Minister of England, The Dalai Lama, The Pope, and another fifth grade class from Perth, Australia. And I got to ask the Pope a question.”
See the difference? In the second scenario, we have an engaged, interested student. That’s what the connected classroom will do for education. This is not a futuristic dream from a science fiction magazine; we have the technology to do this today. In ten years from now, almost every classroom in the U.S. will be connected.
The MXL Mobile Media MM160 Lavalier Microphone is shipping now! Record yourself or someone else using a discreet lapel mic plugged into a mobile phone or tablet. Like all Mobile Media products, the 6 ft. cable has a built-in headphone jack for audio monitoring or playback.
The MM160 is the perfect way to record audio for video, a speech or a presentation. For audio-only recording, put the phone in your pocket for hands-free recording. If recording video, the little lav mic is a great way to capture one voice in a crowd, without all the background noise.