“Which devices work properly with the iPad?” In the table below, I list the devices I have tested with the iPad, along with some observations.» Read more
It turns out that in some ways, getting audio signals into the iPad is similar to getting audio signals into the iPhone 3GS, and in some ways it’s not.» Read more
Alesis finally got around to making shields for securing an iPhone or iPod touch to the ProTrack stereo iPod recording device.» Read more
With the advent of sound level meter apps for the iPhone OS (of which SoundMeter was the first) people began to ask, “How flat is the frequency response of the iPhone’s microphone?” Early testing indicated that the built-in microphone of the original iPhone was not a good candidate for sound level measurements, but that the iPhone’s headset microphone enjoyed a fairly flat response. Since then, additional iPhone models have arrived on the scene, each with its own set of weaknesses with respect to microphone frequency response. Additional Apple and third party headset microphones have also been introduced. At long last, some relevant frequency response measurements are presented here for the benefit of those who would really like to “see” how […]» Read more
Getting audio signals into and out of an iPhone OS device can sometimes be a bit tricky. The information presented below outlines the available means for getting audio signals into and out of each iPhone OS device.
Available Input Routes
Available Output Routes