News |Kenro launches new Saramonic audio mixers

Kenro launches new Saramonic audio mixers

Kenro launches new Saramonic audio mixers

Kenro Ltd has introduced three new budget audio accessories from Saramonic aimed at DSLR users: CaMixer, LavMic and SmartRig+.

The new Saramonic CaMixer – price tag £155.94 – is a mini microphone and audio adapter for DSLR cameras and camcorders, which features a 3.5mm audio input and mounts on a hot or cold shoe.

The Saramonic CaMixer allows users to plug in two condenser mics (which are included) for stereo sound recording, or a mini XLR mic (48V phantom power), whilst providing level and monitoring controls.

Independent left and right level meters are included (input gain 15dB) as well as a 3.5mm headphone monitor jack. The unit is powered by a standard 9V battery.

Frequency response is 20Hz to 20kHz (+/- 0.5dB). Noise: 82 dB @1kHz, -30 dBu input and distortion is less than 0.03% @1kHz, -30 dBu input. Weight is just 156g.

At the same price you can also buy a version that’s compatible with iOS and Android devices, which includes a device holder and handgrip.

Saramonic’s LavMic – £105.54 – is an audio mixer and lavalier microphone kit, offering hands-free recording for a DSLR camera, GoPro, Android or iOS devices.

It includes one omnidirectional condenser clip-on microphone with 2.4m cable, 2-channel mini-jack audio mixer and three signal transmission cables so it can be quickly connected to a variety of devices.

Two mic inputs allow you to select mono or stereo output mode and the headphone jack provides real-time audio monitoring.

Frequency response is 20Hz to 20kHz (+/- 0.5 dB), THD is less than 0.03% @ 1kHz (-30 dBu input) and signal to noise ratio is 73 dB @1 kHz (-30 dBu input).

The final new Saramonic audio mixer is the SmartRig+ – £105.54 – which is an update to the company’s SmartRig and is aimed live music recording, as a guitar can be plugged directly into the device, as well as any microphone. Output can be to iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android or DSLR cameras or camcorders.

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