Whether you need an Android lapel mic or a wireless iPad pro microphone, look no further than Movo's ultra compact Wireless Mini system for USB-C devices.
At just two inches long and weighing 0.3 oz, the Wireless Mini transmitter is featherlight and can be used as clip on microphone. . It features studio-grade circuitry, and a selectable "Noise Cancellation" setting, ensuring that your audio is clear and noise-free. With a frequency range of 20Hz to 16Khz and a high signal-to-noise ratio, your audio signal will be clear and broadcast-ready.
The power button on the transmitter also acts as a one-touch "mute" button when short-pressed.
The receiver features a USB-C connector so you can plug in and be ready to record 16-bit audio instantly to your Android smartphone, laptop, or other USB-C devices. The "pass-through" USB-C charging port allows you to charge smartphones while the receiver is plugged in.
The transmitter and receiver are auto-pairing, so you'll be ready to connect and record in no time.
With a 10-hour battery life, you'll never worry about recharging during an all-day shoot or recording session.
The Wireless Mini system comes with all the accessories you'll need, including a USB-C to USB-A charging cable, a foam windscreen for the microphone, and a neoprene carrying case.
So whether you're looking for a simple clip-on microphone for video conferencing, or you need a reliable lavalier microphone for video shoots, the Wireless Mini has you covered with pro audio in an ultra compact package.
All Movo products are backed by a 1-year warranty and our friendly, US-based customer service.
For $40 and starting out with creating content for YouTube, this is good enough. The portable nature and compact size make it a good fit for most situations. I've used this while bowling and one thing that works good in this situation is the option to filter out background noise. While it's not perfect, it does the job. The only issue I've had so far is when trying to use the background nice filter feature, it didn't seem to work right at times. It seems this isn't really an issue with the device, more an issue with the Pixel 7 it was used with. That appears to pick and choose when it uses the connected microphone or it's internal microphone. I do recommend this.