So you have the desire to record a lecture at school or Wu-Tang concert you about the present, but you just do not believe the mic on your iPhone to do the full trick - how about the stereo mic that comes easily from the Tascam? IM2 slot into the dock connector and presents itself as a USB audio device. Tascam iM2 Hi-Fi Stereo Mic for Apple product, It has its own analog-digital converter, and use their own pre-amp, which allows it to handle up to 125dB without blowing sound.
This will let you record instruments and pirated concert. There is also a limiter to attenuate loud noise suddenly. Just in time for the holidays, Tascam has been revealed and put up for sale IM2, stereo microphone attachment for the iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch - and it looks so sweet! How do we just have to figure out what will we do with the sound so we've got it. Tascam iM2 Hi-Fi Stereo Mic for Apple product.
The unit itself has a pair of mics that can be adjusted up to 180 degrees and is supported by the iDevice itself (although there is a USB port on the side so you can charge while still attached IM2). There is also a key input in addition to adjusting the volume manually, and record a free companion application (soon).
What makes certain third parties apart from the other recorder to enter into the iPhone is that it contains its own microphone preamp and an analog-to-digital converter. Another mic preamp using the iPhone itself, while IM2 can take up to 125dB sound without distortion. That means the Slayer concert will actually listenable once you bring it home. There is a limiter on the stereo and incase there is any sudden air-horns sneak in the unit.