Would i need an adapter of some kind to use it with lightning connector iPad/iphones, or will the connector be native?
- Asked by J. W. J
- Nov 5, 2012
Blue Microphones Spark Digital Condenser Microphone
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6 Answers from the Community
According to the FAQ on bluemic's website you will need an adapter for a lightning connector at the moment. There is a nice manual there too with some good documentation about the product.
- Answered by Brian S
- Nov 11, 2012
Yes, you will need a lightning to 30 pin adapter in order to use this mic with lightning connector iOS devices.
- Answered by Kenneth D from Puyallup
- Nov 12, 2012
Yes you will need a Lightning Adapter to connect to the newer iPhone5, iPad (4th Gen) and iPad mini. Blue is looking into options for offering a direct Lightning connection in the future.
- Answered by Chase P from Sherman Oaks
- Nov 14, 2012
Spark Digital is directly compatible with iPod touch (4th gen), iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPad (3rd gen), iPad 2, and iPad.
Spark Digital is compatible with iPhone 5, iPad (4th gen), and iPad mini when used with Apple's Lightning adapter.
Blue Microphones is looking into options to offer a direct Lightning connection in the future.
- Answered by Stacey M from Thousand Oaks
- Dec 5, 2012
You will need a lightning to 30 pin adapter. An amazing mic!
- Answered by Chris P from New Whiteland
- Nov 22, 2012
Yes. The connector is the conventional 30 pin none lightning. So you will need an adapter or another wire (lightening to usb female)
- Answered by Claude L from Valleyfield
- Nov 12, 2012