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Griffin ships GarageBand Microphone Cable

updated 06:40 am EDT, Fri August 20, 2004

GarageBand Mic Cable

Griffin Technology has announced a new cable made exclusively for connecting a microphone directly to the Griffin iMic to record in GarageBand. The high-quality, magnetically shielded cable eliminates the need for additional adapters when plugging a high quality XLR-based microphone into the mini-jack preamp in the iMic. "Professional microphones for sound and music recording typically have a 3-pin XLR connector designed to work with most pro music gear. The Griffin iMic USB Audio Interface has a built in preamp, and is an effective and inexpensive way to connect a microphone to a computer and incorporates the computer standard stereo mini jack input." The new is available immediately for $25.

by MacNN Staff




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