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MKE 200 and MKE 400 Kits
If you need a compact audio solution for your mobile device, the MKE 200 and MKE 400 kits are great solutions. Both versions include 3.5 mm TRS and TRRS cables, a Smartphone Clamp, and Manfrotto PIXI. The main difference between the two kits are the microphones. The MKE 400 is a longer super-cardioid shotgun mic, while the MKE 200 is its shorter cousin. They both are capable of recording natural sound audio, but the MKE 400 is going to give you a bit more reach out in the field.
XS Lav USB-C Mobile Kit
This kit centers around the XS Lav USB-C mic and adds the Smartphone Clamp and Manfrotto PIXI tripod to the setup, which is ideal for vlogging, podcasting, or even video conferencing.
The XS Lav USB-C Mobile Kit retails for $99.
XSW-D Portable Lav Mobile Kit
This kit adds a wireless audio solution. The kit includes a XSW-D transmitter and receiver, a ME 2-II omnidirectional lavalier, multiple TRS to TRRS cables, a cold shoe mount, Manfrotto PIXI tripod, and a Smartphone Clamp to attach to your mobile device.
The XS wireless system is digital and uses the same 2.4 GHz frequency as WiFi, allowing for license-free operation worldwide. There is no need to scan for available frequencies as the system automatically does it for you. This means you can take XSW-D with you wherever you go without fear of static interference or dropouts. You can turn it on and just start recording.
The XSW-D Portable Lav Mobile Kit retails for $329.