Rode i-XLR; Lightning Interface for Apple iOS Devices; XLR Plug for dynamic and selfpowered condenser mics; record up to 24 Bit 96 kHz; adjustable Headphone Out (3,5 mm Jack) for realtime monitoring; big headphone volume knob; 3 m Lightning Cable; Rode-Rec-App available for free and only at the Apple Appstore (may change without notice); powered by the iOS device; Dimensions (WxDxH): 33 x 35 x 80 mm; Weight: 125 g
Lets start with the good bits. The i-XLR is well crafted and hopefully should last a while. It appears to give awesome sound and works really well with the free app.
But why is the big round control a volume knob for the headphones? You can't tell what the actual gain is because you can turn the headphones up and down. I know because I have students and that's what they do.
The critical function - adjusting the recording gain - can't be done except through the recording app, which as I use Filmic Pro isn't quick or easy. Crazy. What do they smoke down under?
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