Smartphone Microphones

Shop for the perfect external microphone for your smartphone below.

Alternatively see our iPhone/iPad range here.

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Description Compact USB-C Microphone for Android Devices The Saramonic SmartMic+...
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Types of Smartphone Microphone

Here is some more information about the types of external mic available for modern phones.

For IOS / iPhones / iPads

If you own an IOS device, then our range of microphones with lightning connectors will be ideal for you. These are specifically designed to work with iPhones and iPads.

For Android / USB-C Input Cables

If you have a device with a USB-C input port, then we also have a range for you. These microphones are ideal for those with android smartphones.

Benefits of Choosing an External Mic for Your Smartphone

There are so many benefits for using an external microphone with your smartphone:

  1. Sound quality for interviews - if you perform regular interviews with your smartphone, then an external microphone will really increase the quality, and help make your content go further.
  2. Multi-audio input for dual recording - if you're recording multiple sources of audio, then having one microphone can create distortion or overlap between the two subjects. By using an external microphone (or 2) you can have two different audio records, to pick up multiple people at once.
  3. Conference call audio clarity - if you talk via your smartphone for business calls, then an external microphone can help to clarify your message, and ensure your communications are professional.
  4. Minimise background noise in crowded areas - If you perform audio recording in busy environments, you can use an external shotgun microphone to focus your recording on your subject, and minimise external interference.

FAQ's

How to find microphone settings on Android?

To find your microphone permissions on your Android under Settings -> Apps -> Three Lines top right of screen -> App permissions -> Microphone

Here you can edit the permissions of each app for your microphone.

How to find microphone settings on iPhones?

To edit iPhone microphone settings, go to Settings -> Privacy -> Microphone

Here you can choose which apps have access to your microphone.

How to repair smartphone microphone?

Replacing a smartphone microphone isn't easy, and so you should consider taking it to an official phone shop to have it repaired instead of doing it yourself. Alternatively you could purchase an external microphone and use that, it may work out cheaper.

How to use a smartphone as a microphone for a pc?

You can use your smartphone as a microphone in Windows,

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