Apogee Mic+ IOS/USB Mi­cro­phone


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Key fea­tures 46db of dig­i­tally con­trolled preamp gain • PUREDIGITAL Con­nec­tion Learn more apogeedig­i­tal.com Avail­able from ama­zon.co.uk

In the age of the vlog­ger it is im­por­tant to get the right gear for the job – equip­ment that of­fers pro­fes­sional qual­ity with­out cost­ing the earth (not un­til you rack up your first mil­lion Youtube hits any­way). Apogee’s new Mic+ USB mi­cro­phone is just such a pe­riph­eral that is ideal for mu­sic pro­duc­tion, voice record­ing, Youtube or live stream­ing. An up­grade on Apogee’s orig­i­nal

USB mic, the Mic+ boasts a new de­sign and fea­tures im­proved sound qual­ity, dy­namic range and a built-in head­phone out­put for la­tency-free mon­i­tor­ing while record­ing on any de­vice.

The pro-qual­ity car­dioid cap­sule cou­pled with the high sen­si­tiv­ity and am­ple gain give the Mic+ a sound that is akin to the top stu­dio con­denser mics go­ing through high-end preamps – only you will know that this is just a por­ta­ble USB mic and not some­thing out of Abbey Road! Fully por­ta­ble, the mic con­nects eas­ily to your Mac or IOS de­vice (it comes with Light­ning, USB-C and USB-A ca­bles) mak­ing it per­fect for mo­bile record­ing.

And the PUREDIGITAL con­nec­tion al­lows for pris­tine sound qual­ity up to 24-bit/96khz.

The con­trols on the mic con­sist of a head­phone out­put Blend con­trol but­ton for zero la­tency record­ing and a dial to ad­just the gain (you can push it in to mute). Three LEDS also al­low you to mon­i­tor the sta­tus, in­put level and Blend mode. Aside from the ca­bles, the mic also ships with a desk­top tri­pod and stand adap­tor. Ex­pen­sive, but worth every god­damn penny.

As well as blend con­trol, the mic has a dial to ad­just the gain (you can push this in to mute it) On the bot­tom of the mic is a mi­crousb port for charg­ing/con­nec­tion and a 3.5mm AUX port for head­phones The mic comes with a handy tri­pod and mi­cro­phone stand adap­tor (as well as USB-C, USB-A and Light­ning ca­bles)

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