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- Connect 3.5mm Mic to Smartphone/Tablet
- For iOS and Android
- Color Coded, Gold-Plated Connectors
- 3.5mm Female TRS to 3.5mm Male TRRS
The Rode SC4 adapter cable allows you to connect a microphone that's equipped with a 3.5mm TRS output connector to the TRRS headphone jack of a smartphone or tablet.
Can I plug my Rode mic into this converter and ...
Can I plug my Rode mic into this converter and then plug this converter into my USB-C adapter?
Yes you can! I use it this way with me lightning adapter for iPhone!
Date published: 2021-01-06
What's the difference between this adapter and ...
What's the difference between this adapter and the SC3 version?
This adapter is to allow a mic with a 3.5mm TRS end to go into a smartphone. The Rode SC3, is the opposite, so it would take a TRRS mic, such as the Rode SmartLav+, and allow you to connect it to a camera or audio recorder, with a TRS 3.5mm mic input.
Date published: 2021-02-25
I need to send audio to my ipad to use with promtsmart which is a voice activated prompter app. Can I use this to take a feed from an audio mixer such as the Zoom F8 to go into the headset 3.5mm of the ipad pro? Would an audio xlr to 1/8 extension from the mixer work with this adapter?
An XLR to 1/8 TRS cable will work with this adapter to input to your iPad, however since the Zoom F8 outputs line level by default, you will need to switch the recorder to output at mic level which is required for input to the iPad. This is available via the Output Level settings in the F8's menu. To run a cable longer distances, (+10 ft) an XLR cable would be recommended to run the length and a female XLR to TRRS adapter is also available.
Date published: 2018-08-25
I have a Rode Video mic that I want to plug into ...
I have a Rode Video mic that I want to plug into Iphone, do I need to buy TRRS Female to Lightning Audio-Interface Cable for iPhone (3.2") to make it work, or will this Item solve my problem?
You need both then your good to go. Took me a while to figure it out too. But this works fine. I just leave them plugged into my Rode all the time so I can find them when I want to shoot.
Date published: 2021-02-13
Can I use this to hook up an external mic to an ...
Can I use this to hook up an external mic to an iphone 8?
In my experience, THIS: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1241761-REG/apple_mk0w2am_a_lightning_to_usb_3_0.html to THIS: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1367674-REG/sabrent_au_emcb_aluminum_usb_external_stereo.html and your mic into the sabrent without this adapter is best. I saw this way youtube to be best because if you plug into your phone using the lighting port, what happens (and I have an iphone 8 plus) is that it sometimes enables Siri and doesn't record audio at all. This method is best with the Filmic Pro app. This guy helped solve the problem: https://youtu.be/kiD4u4wNpuQ
Date published: 2019-07-24
Would this work with a Canon t5 dslr camera?
The SC4 is a 3.5mm microphone adapter cable for smartphones. The Canon t5 does not support external mic connection.
Date published: 2018-08-25
How to connect Rode VIDEOMICPRO-R to my iPhone XS ...
How to connect Rode VIDEOMICPRO-R to my iPhone XS so I can use it as an external audio recorder? Thanks.
Use this Rode SC-4 adapter, as well as the Apple Lightning to 3.5mm Headphone Jack Adapter, BH #APLAADAP, to connect a Rode VideoMic Pro-R to an iPhone.XS.
Date published: 2021-02-22
I just purchased an SC4 3.5mm TRS to TRRS adaptor ...
I just purchased an SC4 3.5mm TRS to TRRS adaptor hoping to connect my Apogee Element 88 to my iPhone 11. My signal chain looks like this - MacBook Pro - Apogee 88 - TRS RCA Cable - SC4 3.5mm TRS to TRRS adaptor - to Lightning to 3.5 mm Headphone Jack Adapter. The iPhone is not recognizing the mic. Is it possible to use SC4 3.5mm TRS to TRRS adaptor with and RCA cable line out?
Upon looking at the Element 88, we notice there are no RCA outputs on the unit. You may be referring to the 1/4'' outputs on the back of the unit. If this is correct, and the cabling is as you suggested with 1/4'' outputs from the ALT out, then technically signal should pass. You may need to look at your DAW outputs and ensure you are sending signal to the ALT outputs and not just the mains. An alternative to that many adapters would be this cable, used from the 1/4'' outputs, and connected right the the Apple lightning to headphone adapter BH #SEIPSUMTS3.
Date published: 2020-11-09