- Provides broadcast-quality sound to Android smartphones and tablets (USB-C)
- Lightweight and ultra-portable — Never requires batteries or charging
- 1/8” Headphone jack for real-time monitoring
- Directional pickup pattern clearly captures sounds in front of the mic
The Saramonic SmartMic+ UC is an ultra-lightweight and compact microphone that plugs directly into the USB-C port on Android smartphones and tablets and vastly improves the sound quality of the videos you shoot and the audio you capture. The directional pickup pattern excels at focusing on the sounds in front of it, while rejecting sounds to the sides and rear. Producing audio that is intelligible and clear, even in busy environments. Using SmartMic+ UC couldn’t be easier. You simply plug it into your mobile device and start creating. There are no batteries to install or charge, and there are no levels to set. It’s truly plug-and-play. A gold-plated headphone jack on the back enables you to easily listen to your audio without needing to remove the SmartMic+ UC. You can also listen to the sound as you record, but this capability needs to be supported by the app you’re using. A snug-fitting foam windscreen is included that won’t accidentally fall off when in use or transit. When you need to use SmartMic+ UC in windy environments, a sensibly sized furry windscreen is also included that can be pulled over the foam windscreen for ultimate protection from wind noise. SmartMic+ UC can be positioned both facing forward, when using the selfie camera on your Android device or facing outward, when taking advantage of your device’s high-end camera. It captures audio that is rich and detailed, but the unit itself is ultra-compact, small enough to fit in your pocket and weighs only 40 grams, so you can easily bring it with you everywhere you go. The SmartMic+ UC is also rugged, made with durable metal, so you can rest assured that it’s well equipped for your adventures.
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