Will this allow a stereo input from an external stereo mic such as the Rode Stereo Videomic Pro which comes with 3.5mm stereo mini-jack output?
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You probably need the "Rode SC7 3.5mm TRS to TRRS Patch Cable" to make it work. If you used the TRS to TRS cable that came with the Rode mic, I wouldn't expect it to work.
- Answered by James A from Skykomish
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Well, I bought one and tried it. The answer is no.
- Answered by Gary Y
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You need a Rode SC4 trs to trrs adaptor for it to work.
So first mic into SC4 adaptor, then SC4 into Lightning adaptor. I have read you need to connect in that order or it doesn't work.
- Answered by Bill K
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The only way I can see to get the Rode Stereo Videomic into an iPhone is via a USB device. When plugged up with the 3.5mm to lightning adapter it just appears as a headsetmic in mono
- Answered by Martin B
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Can this be used as a stereo line input for the MacBook Pro?
- Asked by Derek S from Frisco
- 21 Apr 2020
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Could this adapter work into an aux in a stereo?
- Asked by Krissia B from Guelph
- 20 Apr 2017
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can the headset be used as a stereo microphone?
- Asked by Werner H
- 11 Jan 2018
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