Saramonic LC-XLR Female XLR to Lightning Microphone Adapter Cable for iOS Devices (19.7')

BH #SALCXLR • MFR #LC-XLR
Saramonic LC-XLR Female XLR to Lightning Microphone Adapter Cable for iOS Devices (19.7')
Key Features
  • For Interviews, Vlogs, Podcasts, Music
  • Plug XLR Mic into iOS Phone or Tablet
  • XLR Female Mic Input Connector
  • Lightning Output Connector
The Saramonic LC-XLR cable allows you to connect an XLR dynamic microphone or a self-powered condenser microphone to the Lightning port of an iPhone or iPad. The 19.7' cable is terminated with a locking, female XLR connector on one end and an Apple MFi-Certified Lightning connector at the other.
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Saramonic LC-XLR Overview

The Saramonic LC-XLR cable allows you to connect an XLR dynamic microphone or a self-powered condenser microphone to the Lightning port of an iPhone or iPad. The 19.7' cable is terminated with a locking, female XLR connector on one end and an Apple MFi-Certified Lightning connector at the other.

Key Features

  • Connect XLR microphone directly to Lightning-equipped iOS phone or tablet
  • Easy-to-use with simple plug-and-play operation
  • Works with any dynamic XLR microphone or self-powered condenser microphone
  • 19.7' long cable provides freedom of movement
  • Locking female XLR connector prevents mic from accidentally getting unplugged

Saramonic LC-XLR Specs

CompatibilityiPhone and iPad with Lightning Connector
Connector 1XLR Female
Connector 2Apple MFi Certified Lightning Connector
Frequency Response20 Hz to 20 kHz
Signal to Noise Ratio<-76 dB
Gain35 dB
Sample Rate44.1, 48 kHz
Bit Depth16-, 24-Bit
PowerSupplied by iOS Device
Length19.7' / 6.0 m
Weight3.86 oz / 138 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9 x 7.7 x 0.49"
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Are the levels into the iPhone reasonable or really high? Any static? Thanks!
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The levels are reasonable and more determined by the microphone's output.
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Date published: 2020-12-13
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