Portable device microphones
Designed for use with iOS and other devices with a four-conductor 3.5mm connector, the i-Series line includes five microphone models. The i436 professional Class 2 mic is for measurement and recording. The i456 cardioid general purpose mic and i266 high-sensitivity cardioid mic are for high-quality recording. The i825 omni lavalier mic and the i855 cardioid lavalier mic provide the same connectivity in a lapel-worn package. The i456 and i266 mics tout a frequency response of 20Kz to 20kHz with a roll off at lower frequencies. The i436 shows a nearly flat frequency response from 20Hz to 20kHz. All the mics are powered by the portable device's jack.
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