Saramonic SmartRig+ Di 2-Channel XLR & 6.3mm Guitar Audio Interface with Apple Lightning Connector for iPhone 7 8 X, iPad, iPod, iOS Smartphone & Tablet
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Why we need a Audio MixerThere's no shame in filming with your phone anymore. In fact, the camera systems of the latest generation of smartphones are very capable.
But decent audio is a must when putting together your film. This is where
the all-new Saramonic SmartRig+ Di comes into play.
Why we choose Smartrig+ DiSaramonic has just released an upgraded version of their popular SmartRig+. As a major change is the lack of
a traditional 3.5mm jack. Instead a tiny lightning plug seeks connection to your latest iPhone model.
Major difference between the SmartRig+ and the Di modelThere is an ADC (analogue to digital converter). The analogue signal coming from the microphone needs to be 1) amplified, 2) leveled and 3) converted to a digital signal
which gets sent out via Lightning connection to your smartphone. In terms of sound quality that's a plus.
Older iPhone models which use the old-fashioned 3.5mm audio input would need to convert an incoming analogue signal from the original SmartRig+ from A to D internally.
According to Saramonic, poor(er) sound quality is the result. So the little Di can potentially make a huge difference there.
Features: 2 Independent Channels
2 XLR Microphone Inputs
Two 3.5mm (TRS) Microphone Inputs
Two 1/4" Guitar Inputs
Gain Control Knobs for Each Channel
+48V Phantom Power Switch
Mono/Stereo Output Switch
MFi Certified Lightning Output Connector for iOS Devices
3.5mm Headphone Output Jack for Monitoring
Power provided by 9V battery
SpecificationsFrequency Response: 20 Hz to 20 Khz, +/- 0.5 dB
Distortion: Less than 0.01% @ 1 kHz, -30 dBu input
Signal to Noise Ratio: 80 dB @ 1 kHz, -30 dBu input
Gain: +20 dB to Infinity
Power Requirement: One 9V Alkalline or Lithium
Package Content 1 x SmartRig+ Di
1 x User Guide
1 x Warranty Card
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