Features

AI-Micro and cables on white desk with feature points

1Microphone Input 1 (3.5mm TRS/TRRS)

2Microphone Input 2 (3.5mm TRS/TRRS)

33.5mm Headphone Output

4USB-C Output

5SC23 - USB-C to USB-A

6SC21 - Lightning Accessory Cable (USB-C to Lightning)

7SC22 - USB-C to USB-C Cable


Pro Tip

For podcasting or streaming on your computer with the AI-Micro, we recommend using the free RØDE Connect software. This allows you to unlock advanced audio processing and a host of other powerful features. See the section on ‘Using the AI-Micro with RØDE Apps’ for more information.

Pro Tip

For recording high-quality audio to your mobile device, we recommend using the free RØDE Reporter app. This allows for complete device configuration, unlocking advanced features and broadcast-grade recording and export. See the section on ‘Using the AI-Micro with RØDE Apps’ for more information.



Pro Tip

TRS vs TRRS: What is the Difference?

The terms TRS and TRRS refer to the type of connector a microphone or audio cable has. TRS stands for Tip-Ring-Sleeve and TRRS stands for Tip-Ring-Ring-Sleeve, referring to the segments of the cable plug. They are easy to differentiate by the black bands on the plug: two bands = TRS, three bands = TRRS. Most microphones with a 3.5mm output have a TRS connector, though some are TRRS (these are generally designed to plug into mobile devices and computers). The AI-Micro's auto-sensing inputs allow both TRS and TRRS microphones/cables to be connected without the need for adaptors.