Record your microphone direct.
MicLink makes it easy to direct-connect any dynamic microphone to USB for mono recording. The AudioLink Series USB-audio cable outputs studio quality 16-bit, 44.1 kHz digital audio thanks to its internal analog-to-digital conversion system. MicLink connects plug-and-play to your Mac or PC for an all-in-one USB audio solution.
Microphone, mic stand and computer not included.
- Connect any dynamic mic to USB for recording
- 16-bit, 44.1 kHz digital audio output
- Internal analog-to-digital conversion system
- Works with iPad via Apple USB Adaptor (sold separately)
- Plug-and-play connection for Mac and PC
- 16.5-foot length (5m)
- Compatible with most Mac and Windows (32-bit) class-compliant drivers and software
Sample rate: 44.1 kHz
Mac: OS 10.4 or higher
PC: Windows XP, Vista, 7, or 8
Are there any special drivers or software to install?MicLink is a plug-and-play device, so there are no drivers to install. The first time you connect it to your computer, it will automatically install all the necessary drivers and be ready to use immediately.
You can use MicLink with any kind of recording software that supports USB audio devices.
How do I configure my operating system to work with MicLink?In Windows XP, go to Start Menu > Settings > Control Panel > Sounds and Audio Devices. Click on the "Audio" tab and select "C-Media USB Audio Device" as your default recording device, then click "OK." In Windows Vista, go to Start Menu > Settings > Control Panel > Sound (or select "Switch to Classic View" if you don't see "Sound" as an option). Click on the "Recording" tab and select "Microphone – C-Media USB Audio Device" as the default device. Click "OK."
For Macs, go to your "System Preferences," then click "Sound." Click the "Input" tab and select "C-Media USB Audio Device" as the input device. Close the Control Panel.
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|MicLink - Quickstart Guide [v1.2]
|MicLink - Product Overview
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