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Zoom iQ6 XY Professional Microphone suits iOS devices with Lightning Connector
iQ6 XY Stereo Microphone
For the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch
Turn your favorite iOS device into a field recorder by plugging in a Zoom iQ6 — a stereo X/Y microphone with a Lightning connector small enough to slip into your pocket. Capture the sound of concerts, interviews, meetings and lectures with precision and full fidelity, then share your creations with the world.
Capture the Moment
The compact and lightweight iQ6 allows you to create high-quality recordings wherever you go. Whether it's a podcast on the fly, an impromptu concert or a sound effect you want to incorporate into your next video, you can count on your iQ6 to capture the moment with superior audio.
X/Y Stereo for Versatility and Realism
The iQ6 features two high quality unidirectional condenser microphones in an X/Y configuration—the same ones used in our world-famous H4n Handy Recorder. X/Y stereo recording is a great way to cover a wide area while still capturing sound sources in the center with clarity and definition. You can even change the mic angle from 90 degrees for a tightly focused image to 120 degrees for immersive wide-angle stereo. (US Patent 8184815)
Microphone In, Headphone Out
The iQ6's large analog-type MIC GAIN wheel and three-segment level LEDs ensure that you'll always get great audio in every environment — from quiet meetings to loud concerts— with crystal clarity and no signal overload. The iQ6's dedicated headphone jack —which doubles as a line output— enables direct monitoring during both recording and playback.
Extended Connector, Removable Spacer
The iQ6 comes with an extended Lightning connector and removable spacer that allows it to be used with most iPhone, iPad and iPod cases. Simply plug your iQ6 in and start making great-sounding stereo recordings!
* Some cases might prevent connection even when the case adjuster is removed.
The Zoom Handy Recorder App
Zoom's Handy Recorder app, available for free from the iTunes App Store, provides a wealth of tools for your iQ6 and iOS device. In addition to offering onscreen level metering, it enables you to set the iQ6 headphone volume, as well as adding an automatic recording function—handy for capturing the sound of meetings, speeches, and other situations where you don't want to miss a thing. Choose linear PCM format for the highest quality sound or AAC format to conserve storage space, then apply compression, EQ and reverb effects to your recordings. Handy Recorder even allows you to email your files to friends and to upload them to SoundCloud for sharing with the world.
Expanded Compatibility for Enhanced Creativity
Take your creations to a whole new level with the iQ6. It works not only with Apple's Voice Memo and Garageband, but with most apps that support input from an external microphone. Use the iQ6 with voice recognition apps to add high-quality audio; with streaming apps to broadcast live performances; and with music apps to record vocals and instruments in full range stereo.
Microphone: X/Y stereo mic (90°/120°) Maximum input sound pressure: 130dB SPL Input gain: -11 to + 51dB Audio quality: 44.1kHz/16bit, 48kHz/16bit Power: Powered by the connected device Connector: Lightning connector, Stereo mini jack (combined headphone/line level output) Dimensions: 61.1（W） x 30.6（D） x 53.1（H）mm Weight: 28.8g Compatible devices: iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPod touch (5th generation), iPad (4th generation), iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad mini, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3 Supported OS: iOS 6.0 or newer Included Accessories: iQ6 XY Stereo Microphone Operation Manual Foam Windscreen Optional Accessory: Hairy Windscreen (WSU-1)
Trying to decide on the best mic for filming pilates videos on my iPhone X. Deciding between this (Zoom iQ6 XY), the Zoom iQ7 MS or a wireless lapel mic. What would you suggest?
Asked by Bec
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Verified Reply - GeorgeHi Bec, Much easier to answer a question like this if you give us a call on 03 9543 8885. We'll be able to check your requirements & go from there.
I wanna make short music videos from my iphone 5s. The mic would be used to enhance guitar and voice, and ideally used simultanously while recording video.., which would you recommend? Zoom iq6, or rode videomic me?
Asked by Andru
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Verified Reply - Sales TeamI would think for your application that the IQ6 would be a better choice. The new Rode microphone is a directional microphone - better suited for general video work but for music recording, a stereo X/Y microphone such as the Zoom would be the best choice.
When recording from the standard video recording app, will sound be captured from the iQ 6?
Asked by Old Mate
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Verified Reply - MichaelYes it will work fine with the video app, but the IQ 5 would be a better choice for video recording.
We plan on using this to help improve the audio quality on video of interviews. When filming straight from the iPhone, will this microphone work? Or does it require a separate app and records sound only through that? Thanks.
I want to be able to use the mic for a field reporter's call in to a radio station, broadcasting live to air. Can this mic be used for phone calls?
Asked by Nick
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Verified Reply - MichaelThe mic would need to be right on the ear piece. But the mics included are mainly designed for speech, interview or musical recording type work. You wound need a source a suction type microphone for that to go on the ear piece and plug into the recording to get the best possible recording.
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