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  1. Apogee MiC is a condenser microphone with support for 24 bit/96kHz. The Apogee MiC combines a microphone, microphone preamp and an A/D converter into one compact device. The signal is transmitted digitally via USB/Lightning cable without the need for any additional A/D conversion. There is a gain control directly on the mic. The device is bus-powered, so no additional power source is necessary (or possible for that matter). The microphone is sold in two versions around 200 US Dollars. One version for iPad/iPhone/Mac with Lighting and USB connector and another version for Windows 10 and Mac computer without the lightning connector.
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    Yeti Pro

    From the best-selling Yeti family comes Yeti Pro—the first microphone that captures 24-bit/192kHz digital recordings on your desktop, and connects to professional recording equipment in the studio. Featuring three custom condenser capsules and four different pattern settings, Yeti Pro delivers detailed audio that’s more than four times higher resolution than a CD—during any recording scenario. Whether you record at home, in a studio, or in the Himalayas, Yeti Pro is the most versatile microphone solution.
  3. The Devine BM-500 is a low-cost condenser microphone. Devine is a house brand from the Dutch music equipment reseller Bax Shop and the microphone is only available through their shops. As will all XLR conderser microphone, an audio interface like the iRig PRE is required to connect the microphone to a mobile device and to deliver the phantom power. A shockmount and a windscreen are included in the microphone package.
  4. Blue Spark Digital is a condenser microphone for iPad or desktop computers via USB. Spark Digital Lightning is a studio condenser microphone that offers both USB and iPad connectivity. Expanding on the professional and sound of Blue's Spark XLR studio microphone, Spark Digital Lightning features the same studio-grade condenser capsule and hand-tuned components for high-fidelity recording and consistence performance in any situation– vocals, drums, piano, speech, location recording and more. Spark Digital Lightning also includes the Focus Control, providing two different sonic options in one mic at the push of a button. Complete with an adjustable desk stand and built-in shockmount, Spark Digital Lightning also includes y-cables for each platform with a headphone jack for zero-latency real-time monitoring. With a full range of recording capabilities, Spark Digital Lightning turns your iPad into a true mobile studio. Built into the Spark Digital Lightning is a separate headphone jack, allowing you zero-latency monitoring while recording. There are also controls for volume, gain, and instant mute.
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