The clip-on, condenser microphone works with all currently available smart devices
Tamarac, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/30/2016 -- Tamarac, Florida-based Miracle Sound Inc. has been offering a range of exclusive musical instruments and accessories for years. The company is pleased to announce the newest addition to its range of musical accessories - the Miracle Sound Deluxe Lavalier Lapel Clip-on Omnidirectional Condenser Microphone.
Miracle Sound believes the new microphone captures true sound the way no other product on the market does. It attaches to mobile devices manufactured by some of the most popular brands, including Apple, Samsung, and Windows Phone.
The microphone is also omnidirectional, which means it is carefully crafted to capture all the sounds in the environment around it during recordings. This allows artists and musicians the ability to record and play authentic sounds that have a natural quality to them.
Miracle Sound believes there is a crucial need for a microphone like the one it has launched. Smart device manufacturers do include standard recording features in their products, but the company believes there are design compromises when making a phone or tablet for the masses. The need to balance form and function with price and marketability means some aspects of the devices are better than others. Microphones, in particular, are usually compromised to save space in the devices and this leads to subpar sound quality for audio recorded using the built-in microphones provided.
Miracle Sound has launched the Deluxe Lavalier Omnidirectional Microphone in an effort to offer musicians and professionals a better option. The new microphone fits around the neck and clips on very easily. The jack is a 3.5mm TRRS, which means there are four conductors on the jack - Tip. Ring, Ring, Sleeve.
Miracle Sound prides itself on the meticulous attention to detail in the design phase for all its products. The new microphone is small and light, which makes it easy to carry around. The jack is device agnostic and can fit a Samsung tablet just as easily as an Apple iPhone. The wire that connects the microphone is 59 inches or 1.5 meters long, which is the longest wire in the industry and means users can walk around and move freely while using it.
Millions of hours of video is recorded and uploaded to the internet every second. With the rise of social media platforms such as YouTube, Snapchat and even Twitch, musicians and recording artists can access a wider audience. Camera lens quality has developed a great deal in response to this growing demand, but sound quality has been unfortunately ignored. Miracle Sound intends to change this with its new lavalier lapel clip-on omnidirectional microphone which will be launched on Amazon.
The microphone is already gaining traction on Amazon's website and is ranked #1 on the Wireless Lavalier Microphones & Systems bestseller section. The microphone is priced at $34.99 but is currently on sale for $17.98.
Brand: Miracle sound
Address: Tamarac, FL