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Yes it is possible. Just don't turn on phantom power. You can also plug in the A.Lav to the 1/8" input jack, also don't turn on plugin power. The A.Lav has it's own rechargeable power module and included TRS and TRRS output cables to connect to your device. I have used a Tascam 60DmkII and the A.Lav with a VXLR with go… see more Yes it is possible. Just don't turn on phantom power. You can also plug in the A.Lav to the 1/8" input jack, also don't turn on plugin power. The A.Lav has it's own rechargeable power module and included TRS and TRRS output cables to connect to your device. I have used a Tascam 60DmkII and the A.Lav with a VXLR with good results. Quick side note, I have used the A.Lav to record audio to an iPad, it produces really low output levels by default, unless you use an app to boost the gain. see less
By Avid83 on April 20, 2018
By Amazon Customer on April 23, 2018
you might need an adapter
By Shining Star Photo INC SELLER on April 4, 2018
No batteries needed, it's powered by the 1/8 jack. This is rechargeable
By Ale Rocha on March 14, 2018
This will work on any recorder and certainly on Zoom H6. It has a dedicated connectors for recorder and mobile devices.
By AS on February 5, 2018
The headphone output only monitors playback. It is not active during recording.
By Richard M. Wasserman on January 30, 2018
I don't see any reason why it wouldn't work. Just make sure to use the TRS 3.5mm cable.
By Richard M. Wasserman on January 30, 2018
Hello as long as it has 3.5mm jack it fits Thank you
By Shining Star Photo INC SELLER on January 10, 2018
I think so. I adapt mine up to 1/4" without a problem, so I would think adapting one more step to an XLR connector should be fine. Remember, though, that with a series of adapters, you'll not only be increasing resistance (which will require you to bump up your input level a bit), but may add a little noise that you'… see more I think so. I adapt mine up to 1/4" without a problem, so I would think adapting one more step to an XLR connector should be fine. Remember, though, that with a series of adapters, you'll not only be increasing resistance (which will require you to bump up your input level a bit), but may add a little noise that you'll have to handle in post. see less
By Jim Taylor on January 8, 2018
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November 17, 2017
I purchased two A.lavs and Rode VXLR adapters to use with the XLR ins on a Tascam 60D MKII. This works well for my purposes and sounds relatively clean, although the mic does emphasize the lows. It is also possible to connect other mics to the power module. For example, I tried the Sony ECM-CS3 and it worked perfectly. The Aputure A.lav is a good deal considering you can plug it in to other devices like a phone or computer and comes with extras like a furry windjammer. It is also rechargeable and has a battery power status light. The only negative is that the power module unit can be awkward and the output connectors are short. I have to use extensions to make it work for my setup, but for the price it isn't a big deal.
September 27, 2017
This could be an issue with the design of my iPhone or a design of the mic, however I did have issue with this triggering Siri without touching it. What caused this the base of the plug being metal (compare this to the standard apple headphones). A bit of electrical tape and the issue was resolved. Battery life is quite impressive as I still have not yet charged this after owning for 9 months and do tend to forget to unplug to turn off. The case is of excellent quality and provides protection when in my camera bag. Note: the length of the mic cord is 9.5'. It is listed in the questions, but do want to help make sure people are aware of this. Audio quality has been excellent when recording to my phone or point & shoot. Quality to my DSLR wasn't great, but I think that may be the fault of the camera, not this mic.
August 16, 2017
This microphone is fine, and also for its price, and it is fantastic. It has an amazing quality all inclusive. Things I like: - Great quality - Rechargeable Battery (not going batteries, brings a tube is loaded with a normal phone charger) - The microphone turns on automatically when you plug the battery (seems silly but often forget to turn it on). I besides that, do not spend the battery faster if someone has the doubt. - All cables included - Compatible with mobile phone, tape recorder, camera ... EVERYTHING! - Other accessories included (almhoadillas windbreak for the micro and the housing Very useful! Finally, This microphone has made me like my voice into a microphone! I've always hated my voice but when I PROVE this microphone was pleasantly surprised. ES APUTURE for the incredible price The box includes: - The microphone - 2 cables for connecting to phones, camera, etc ... - Sponge for wind - Type sponge but as soft feather to the wind - Box for the microphone (the truth, I really like the box, is very functional and prevents you break and you tangling). - Type of tape (not yet sincerely serving or pa) And I think that's all.
By AZ Jim
July 16, 2017
I really like the design elements of the A.lav mic. The connector cords for TRS and TRRS devices along with a short charging cord for a micro USB charging cable add value. The included case keeps everything neat and safe when not in use. I used the microphone on a couple of my YouTube videos. The sound was great for a device in this price range. Sound files directly from my TASCAM DR 60 Mk2 were solid without post processing and noise removal and normalization in Audacity produced outstanding results. I like the fact that the mic and the cord to the recording device are separate. The downside, is that depending on how far away you have your recorder, you'll need to by a cord unlike the Audio Technical mic Audio-Technica ATR3350iS Microphone for Smartphones - 19.69-Feet in this price range which comes with a nearly 20 foot reach. With the separate cord you can unhook from the recorder to leave the room or get to something out of reach. With the long-cord mics, you'll need to remove the mic from your clothing to go beyond the length of the cord. The rechargeable battery with power indicator is also a great feature. Having an indicator helps avoid recording silence when the battery goes dead unexpectedly in the middle of a project. I broke the mic cord after a couple of recording sessions when I stood up and the cord snagged on a chair leg. It was a significant tug on the mic's lapel clip and a wire somewhere in the mic broke. This is not a slam on the mic. It likely would have happened to any lightweight mic. What was unfortunate was the mic aren't available separately. I had several low end lav mics already but none worked. I ordered the A.lav smart phone mic but that only worked on the smart phone. An earlier review mentioned the Sony ECMCS3 worked so I ordered one of those. Yep. It works great. It's not as discrete as the smaller A.lav mic but I'm back in business.
By Consumer Joe
June 16, 2017
Great value with swiss army knife style & functionality. The one star deduction is that I was intending to use this primarily straight into the mic jack on my Panasonic GH4 but found that with the preamps turned all the way down on the GH4 the line-in was still too hot. Support informed me it was in fact more for use with recorders and phones and the possibility of using with the camera exists but not optimum since it doesn't have it's own gain function. I was advised to position the lav further from the speakers mouth but that changes the quality of the audio in an undesirable manner--sounds too distant.
January 15, 2018
November 26, 2017
By Max Yuryev
October 31, 2017
By Weboniqs Media
October 28, 2017
The Aputure A.Lav Mic is exactly what I needed at a reasonable price. I needed a powered mic to record using different media, video with a Nikon DSLR, with my HD webcam directly to my computer hard drive and for audio recording with my Sony handheld voice recorder. It works perfectly. My only complaint is that it does not come with a charging cable for the internal lithium battery. WTH!!! That's are real annoyance, otherwise, there is nothing by high praise for this little jewel!
October 15, 2017
By Wes Langdon
September 8, 2017
Constant hiss under the surface. I've made a noise profile that I just slap on there, but exporting all my audio tracks into logic, to de-noise, (EQ, and compress too while I'm in there), then send back into FCPX/Premiere just slows things down. All because of a noisy mic. BUT in a pinch, for simple low-budget interview stuff, it's great. and the case it comes in is badass.
By Michael McDonald
August 31, 2017
For the price very good performance. We are using this lavalier microphone to do YouTube videos. Does not come with a charging cable but we have Lots of them at home. It's nice to see the light when it is plugged in. Has long cable so you can walk around a little. Battery last a long time between charges. Excellent value for the money!
August 14, 2017
Havent used the mic much just yet short tests sound good! I am wanting to use this with my Zoom H2 which has strange mic impedance. I had purchased two Audio-Technica ATR3350 lavalier mics but they are pretty bad. Next step is to get a good recording app for my Android phone as well as the H2
By Patrick William Marion
July 21, 2017
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June 30, 2017
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