The iM2 turns an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch into a high-quality stereo recorder. A pair of condenser microphones plugs into the dock connector of an Apple device. The microphones are adjustable over 180 degrees for the best sound placement. The unidirectional elements are arranged in an AB pattern for detailed stereo imaging while capturing the ambience of a room. The iM2 contains its own microphone preamp and analog-to-digital converter for low noise and great audio quality. It can handle up to 125dB sound levels to capture the loudest concerts and instruments without distortion. Also contained in the iM2 is a stereo limiter to tame sudden loud sounds. It's powered through the dock connector.
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