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Blue Microphones Mikey 2.0 Recording Microphone for iPod and iPhone 3GS or earlier (japan import)

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Peso del producto82 g
Dimensiones del producto6,4 x 6,4 x 1,3 cm
Número de modelo del productoMIKEY 2.0
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Producto en desde25 de agosto de 2012
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Blue Microphones Mikey 2.0 Recording Microphone for iPod and iPhone 3GS or earlier (japan import)

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Excellent Customer service. 30 de agosto de 2010
Por James D - Publicado en
Emailed them about the iPhone 4 compatibility issue, and they sent me an email in under an hour.

Unfortunately the Mikey is not compatible. The iPad and iPhone 4 has a 30-pin connector, however, the pin out on that 30 pin doesn't include an analog audio input that the Mikey utilizes. The only way to get audio into the iPad and iPhone 4 is via a digital input.
We're currently looking into making a Mikey that will work with the iPad and iPhone 4

5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A steal or another Flip? 14 de noviembre de 2010
Por Sam Chell - Publicado en
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Last I looked, Mikey was going for more than twice the pricey. At the price I'm seeing now, this miniature overachiever from innovative Blue Microphones (their Yetl microphone is impressively close in quality to most studios' highest grade Shure mics) is all but irresistible. The big question is: why? Has the company wised up to the desires and needs of a cost-conscious public? Or is the company about to close out many if not most of its offerings (it would hardly be a first to see a company end all new product launches after a couple of down-quarters--Cisco Industries' decision to suddenly stop all further production of its once widely popular, briskly selling Flip video cam is a prime example).

The second question is: does it matter? And the answer to that is simple: at this price it doesn't. Whether or not the product will receive the manufacturer's support is practically irrelevant. The risk indeed is small in proportion to the reward (providing the buyer has one of the iPods listed as compatible with this microphone).

The most popular personal digital recording device is the Zoom H2, and when this mic was going for eighty, it only made sense to go with the ubiquitous Zoom product. But now you stand to get "almost" as good a live recording from your iPod as from the Zoom H2. Moreover, why carry extra devices when one will do. Now you've got your tunes, your photography and cinematography, and your audiophile needs all contained within a single unit--an iPod (and if it's a Nano, you've got the most miniature multi-media device available--so small you won't be the envy of your neighbors because they won't be able to see it).

There's not much to say about the mic except that I find it capable of capturing quite realistic, faithful audio, with predictively "cramped" stereo imaging but with sound that's more clear and transparent than I was getting with a Sony miniature stereo mic that now costs more than Mikey. The effect of adjusting the imaging--wide-angle vs. narrowly focused capture--is minimal, but it's nice to be able to have some control. Today I was recording in a chapel with as many as four choirs singing within a 360-degree spatial arc. In such an instance, Mikey would be no match for an H2 (with 4 recording capsules) or any recorder with X-Y adjustable mics that can be spread wide apart. But it's no more than once a year that I find myself bathed in sonic waves from every direction. And even at that, Mikey gave me a nice record of the occasion, one moreover that included the iPod's remarkably faithful available-light video recording (crucial for stealth recording or when it's advisable to be as surreptitious as possible).
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Fantastic high quality mic with 3 settings that work great 9 de agosto de 2016
Por Jason Portanova - Publicado en
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Fantastic high quality mic with 3 settings that work great. The hinge is really disappointing though. After several uses, the stops wore off so I could no longer position it at different angles- it would fall flat.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Worked great for recording band practice. 5 de diciembre de 2010
Por Richard Rosenthal - Publicado en
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I play in a cover band, and I wanted something to record our practice and gigs for both self-critique and to post on our band's website. I was originally considering a dedicated mp3 recorder. However, while doing the research, I realized there were issues; namely, cost, battery consumption and lack of an internal speaker on the unit I was considering.

I tried using the voice recorder function on my iPhone 3Gs. After all, battery consumption and external speaker is not an issue, but the volume at anything other than an unplugged, acoustic session caused extreme distortion. Then I found the Blue Mikey 2.0. I'm pleasantly surprised at the quality of the recordings. No clipping, every instrument was heard clearly. I have a wifi setup at home, and with the BlueFire app transfer of the recordings to my computer is wireless. I would definitely recommend this product to anyone wanting to make quality recordings with their iPhone or iPod.
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Horrible Customer Service Yogi Computer Inc. 25 de febrero de 2012
Por Vanessa - Publicado en
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When I purchased the Blue Microphone Mikey I did so from my iPhone, I didn't see the description that it wasn't compatible with the new 4S iPhone. I bought this product from Yogi Computer Inc. Their representative contacted me and instead of being accommodating, he started harassing me stating "If the feedback is not removed by 3/2 then I have no choice but to report your feedback to Amazon" He sent me several emails and I felt HARASSED by their representative. I couldn't comment and the customer service before because I had no grounds, however, I think everyone has the right now know about the poor customer service from Yogi Computers Inc. and their tactics to maintain a perfect star rating at the expense of losing a customer. Amazon doesn't give an option to edit seller feed back which they should change in the future.