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Griffin Studio Connect for iPad 9 Pin Connection

http://media.techpodcasts.com/geekazine/p/media.techpodcasts.com/ipad365/p/tpnmedia.tv/ces2013/CES-2013-JP-Griffin-Studio-Connect.mp4Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 6:31 — 121.9MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSAt CES I learned that Griffin got accepted as the first 3rd party device to use the 9-pin Lightning connection on the iPad. Their product – the studio connect – allows a user to dock in and connect USB devices, microphones or instruments (through the stereo input) to their iPads and record or just jam. The Griffin Studio Connect will be available this summer for $149. Check out the previous iPad app – Celluon Epic  

Griffin MicConnect – Attach your Favorite Microphone to iPad

http://media.techpodcasts.com/geekazine/p/media.techpodcasts.com/ipad365/p/tpnmedia.tv/ces2013/CES-2013-JP-Griffin-Mic-Connect.mp4Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 8:36 — 129.7MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSWhile at CES I got to see some great tech for your iPad. One item came from Griffin (Griffin Mic Connect) where you can attach any microphone to your iPad for recording. The best part: the MicConnect uses the 1/8 inch (3.5 mm) jack instead of messing with a 9 pin or 30 pin connector. The Griffin MicConnect is battery operated (AA batteries) and creates a phantom power of +48 so you can use a good condenser microphone on your rig. I...