The new mic improves on the internal mics of mobile devices
Miracle Sound launched a new microphone that can help record sound multiple times better than most smartphones.
The company noticed the microphones built into smartphones were unable to capture great sound because of the compromises made by manufacturers to fit parts into ever slimming phones. Sound recording is a very basic feature on smartphones, but none of the devices on the market today record crisp, professional and good quality sound. Microphones are seen as a needed utility, rather than a feature of mobile devices.
Internal component inside today’s smartphones are packed tightly together to save space and make the device more compact. The microphone is often the first feature to be compromised in this process.
Miracle Sounds seeks to offer a better solution for enthusiasts and professionals who rely on their phones to capture sound with the new "Only Original" Miracle Sound Deluxe Lavalier Lapel Clip-on Omnidirectional Condenser Microphone. Launches recently on Amazon, the device has already been ranked the #1 bestseller in the Wireless Lavalier Microphones & Systems section of the online retailer.
It fits around the neck like a saxophone neck strap. The saxophone strap design allows the wearer more comfort while recording.
The new microphone is omnidirectional, which means it is designed to pick up sounds from all directions and truly capture the ambiance of any environment. It’s simple plug-and-use design allows for pristine and professional sound capture with minimal effort. Musicians can appreciate the neck strap for saxophone recordings at the studio.
The jack is a 3.5mm TRRS, which stands for Tip, Ring, Ring, Sleeve. This means that the jack on the device has four conductors, whereas most other mics in this range offer either two (TS) or three (TRS). The higher number of conductors allows for a more balanced recording of sound from all directions.
Since it works on an industry standard 3.5mm TRRS Jack, the microphone is compatible with all iOS, Android and Microsoft smartphones and tablets. It works just as well on an Apple iPad as it does on a Samsung Galaxy S5.
To help users keep the microphone safe, Miracle Sound has included a sturdy deluxe case. The case also contains a wind muff and a special lapel clip. The company has used high-quality fabric for the saxophone strap as well.
The company manufactures a 1.5m or 59 inches wire for the microphone, which is the longest wire in the market for such a device. This allows users to move freely while recording and also set the microphone in places inaccessible by other mics.
The number of mobile devices, which includes tablets and smartphones, exceeded the number of human beings on the planet for the first time this year. Many of the most popular apps on these devices involve video recording, so manufacturers focus on upgrading the camera much more than improving the quality of sound recordings.
Millions of hours of audio and video are recorded on mobile devices everyday and Miracle Sound seeks to offer professional quality sound recording to everyone from ametuer film makers to professional speakers who use their smartphones to capture the world around them.
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