The d:vice MMA-A Digital Audio Interface is a high-quality, dual-channel mic preamp and A/D converter that captures crystal-clear audio via your favorite recording/broadcast apps
The d:vice can be used with all DPA microphones with a MicroDot connector.
This flexibility allows any content creator to use the equipment for unexpected situations that might arise during the day. Whether it be a two-channel interview situation or a session of stereo recording ambience sound, the d:vice makes it easier for you to do your job.
At about two inches in diameter, the d:vice is ultra-compact, easily fitting in your pocket. It provides best-in-class audio quality and is controlled through a remote application on any iOS device. An exclusive DPA app is available for download from the Apple App store. The app allows you to store gain settings and low-cut filters for ongoing and future personalized use in dedicated presets. Third-party applications can be used to accomplish specific tasks, including but not limited to, live broadcast and high-quality recordings.
The d:vice MMA-A comes with one Micro USB-B to iOS (Lightning) and one Micro USB-B to PC / Mac (USB-A) cable.
Its MicroDot inputs allow it to be connected to all DPA miniature microphones, including the d:screet Miniature, d:fine Headset, d:vote Instrument and even the d:dicate Recording microphones with the optional MMP-G preamp.
We have bundled the d:vice? Digital Audio Interface into specialized kits, to make it easier for you to choose the solution that best supports your needs. Each kit contains a d:vice? MMA-A unit and its cables as well as the right microphone(s) for your situation packaged together with useful clips and accessories as well.
Compatible with: Mac / PC / iOS
Requirements: iOS version: 10 or later. Connection / Power: Lightning & USB 2.0
Made for: iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6, iPhone 5, iPad Pro (12.9-inch), iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 4, iPod touch (6th gen).
Noise floor: -114 dBFS, A-weighted
Frequency range: 20-22 kHz ±0.2 dB (Fs = 48 kHz). 20-40 kHz ±0.2 dB (Fs = 96 kHz)
Total harmonic distortion (THD): THD