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turn your iPhone into an NT4

This looks like an interesting idea....how good are the onboard pre's tho
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Not compatible with iphone 5 though :(

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Not compatible with iphone 5 though :(

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Things like this always seem to come out a few months after the latest iDevice and then are only compatible only with older ones for one reason or another it happened before the Lightning connector with other add ons
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Looks cool but I'd like an iPhone 5 version. And I'd have liked if it was possible to to change from XY to near coincident.
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Not compatible with iphone 5 though :(

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It's compatible using the 30-pin to Lightning-adapter. Not sure how convenient this is, though on the other hand: using the 30-pin *cable* to Lightning adapter would move it away from the iPhone a bit, which could(?) be an advantage.

As others have pointed out, though: Things like the Sony PCM-M10 now cost $250, are about just as portable, have incredible battery life, and very good internal mics.

I couldn't be more happy with the thing (and, of course, it's very nice with the NT4), so not sure I would spend $200 on the iXY.
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I see a lot of ripped out iPhone connectors when mics are bumped or knocked or some other accident befalls the user. Zero structural integrity.

I wonder what Rode are going to do about catering for the tiny iPhone 5 connector. Some sort of extra scaffolding required.

Great marketing though. I like the scrolling website.
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The chances that these are the same capsules as an nt4 are pretty much 0. Much more likely a cheaper electret capsule seen in standard shavers, which can run of of very little power.

I guess I'm not surprised that rode did this, but I am a little disappointed. Kind of like Apple itself putting all its efforts into throw away mobile devices instead of serious computers.
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