MicW i437L Omnidirectional Measurement Microphone (Lightning Connector)

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MicW i437L Omnidirectional Measurement Microphone (Lightning Connector)
Key Features
  • Measurement Mic for iOS Devices
  • Lightning-Equipped Plug-In Mic
  • For RTA, Measurement, and Calibration
  • Works with Freely Available Apps
If you're an audio engineer, you can now measure your RTA and calibrate your monitors using your iOS device and the i437L from MicW. The i437L is an electret condenser microphone designed to execute frequency and level analyzation for audio engineers and technicians in live venues, recording facilities, and personal studios. Use the mic for SPL metering, room response measurements, and monitor calibration, effectively giving you an RTA of your space.
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MicW i437L Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2All the Features You Need in a Portable Measurement Mic
  • 3Easy to Use
  • 4Compatible with Measurement Apps in the App Store

If you're an audio engineer, you can now measure your RTA and calibrate your monitors using your iOS device and the i437L from MicW. The i437L is an electret condenser microphone designed to execute frequency and level analyzation for audio engineers and technicians in live venues, recording facilities, and personal studios. Use the mic for SPL metering, room response measurements, and monitor calibration, effectively giving you an RTA of your space.

All the Features You Need in a Portable Measurement Mic

This mic offers a 7mm electret-condenser capsule with an omnidirectional polar pattern. This yields a frequency response of 20 Hz to 20 kHz to cover the extremities of your room. Furthermore, each i437L is calibrated at the factory and complies with the IEC 61672 Class 2 sound level meter standard. The included windscreen reduces wind noise and protects the mic from moisture and dust.

Easy to Use

The Lightning connector provides direct connectivity with Lightning-capable devices such as the iPhone 7 and the iPad 4. Simply plug the mic into your compatible iOS device, and you're good to go.

Compatible with Measurement Apps in the App Store

This mic works with Apps available in the App store. It has been specifically tested with SignalScopePro and DSP mobile, and is accurate to within ±1 dBA.

MicW i437L Specs

Microphone
Form FactorMobile Device Mic
Sound FieldMono
CapsuleElectret Condenser
Diaphragm0.3" / 7 mm
Polar PatternOmnidirectional
OrientationEnd Address
CircuitrySolid-State
High-Pass FilterNone
Tone AdjustmentNone
Gain AdjustmentNone
IndicatorsNone
On-Board ControlsNone
WindscreenFoam (Included)
Performance
Frequency Range20 Hz to 20 kHz
Sensitivity-27.5 dBFS at 1 kHz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio62 dB
Connectivity
Output Connectors (Analog)None
Output Connectors (Digital)1 x Lightning Male (on Mic)
Headphone ConnectorNone
Wireless ConnectivityNone
BluetoothNone
Digital Audio
Operating System SupportiOS
Power
Bus PowerLightning
Operating VoltageNot Specified by Manufacturer
Physical
ColorSilver
MountingDirect Connection to Mobile Device
Included CaseNone
Operating Temperature-4 to 122°F / -20 to 50°C
DimensionsL: 2" / L: 50 mm
Weight0.4 oz / 10 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.09 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)2.45 x 2.25 x 1.4"
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Can this microphone be calibrated for use with OSHA noise level screening?
Asked by: Patrick
Yes. You will need a good App like SoundMeter X from Faber Acoustical. Also a calibration source, ideally with a coupler to fit the microphone. You can make an adapter for the coupler by cutting rigid plastic tubing to fit the calibrator. You can also calibrate "free field" by using an SLM to measure nearby white noise and calibrate the App to that reading.
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2020-10-22

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Can this measure how quiet a room with some accuracy or is it strictly loudness meter?
Asked by: Jim
Its sensitive enough for that, although I have not tried it in that application. It will be more based on the app used than the mic itself. I am pleased with the purchase, I use it at foh as with my iPad as an RTA.
Answered by: Joseph R.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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