Monday, 25 August 2014

Testing an iOS Lightning Extension Cable for Recording Digital Audio

So, if my airninja dream is to use iOS devices for professional field recording with a mic on a stick, then some decent extension cabling will be needed (at least until it can all be reliably and robustly integrated into your wPAN - wireless Personal Area Network).

The cable description assures me it is good for "audio and video" unlike some cheaper cables that don't have all the pins wired up and are only good for charging.

When it arrives I'll be sure to test it with my current favourite microphone (in terms of ease of use with iOS), the iRig HD vocal mic.

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TEST RESULT: FAIL

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