The Go Mic Mobile can be connected to a smartphone using the Micro USB digital output or 3.5mm analog output.
Connecting to an iOS device (iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch)
Using the included Micro USB to Lightning cable, connect the cable to the USB Audio Output jack on the GMM to the Lightning connector on the iOS device. Once connected, the iOS device will recognize the Go Mic Mobile as the audio input device.
Open a recording or video application and start recording.
Note: It is recommended to put your iOS device in Do Not Disturb mode or Airplane mode to eliminate the video or audio recording from being interrupted by a phone call. Leave Airplane Mode off to keep geolocation information tagged to your video files.
Connecting to an Android device with the digital audio output
Go Mic Mobile offers digital audio compatibility with Android devices running Android 5.0 (Lollipop) or later that allow USB digital audio connectivity. Not all Android applications support USB audio, and you may need to download a third party app to use this feature. To connect using the USB Audio Output jack, make sure your Android device can accept a digital audio input. Using the Micro USB to USB type-C or Micro USB to Micro USB cable, connect the cable to the Micro USB audio output on the GMM and the USB input of the Android mobile device.
For more information on smartphone wiring visit Will a Go Mic Mobile work with an Android device?
Connecting to a mobile device with the analog audio output
If your mobile device does not accept digital audio input, the GMM can be connected using the 3.5mm analog output. When connecting to a smartphone, you will need to set the Analog Output Select Switch switch to either the Out 1 or Out 2 position. For most smartphones the Out 1 (CTIA / AHJ) position is the appropriate setting. If your mobile device uses OMTP wiring for the input, use the Out 2 position.
Connecting to a DSLR, cinema camera, or mixer
When connecting the GMM to a DSLR camera, cinema camera or mixer, use the included 3.5mm analog audio output. Set the Output Selector switch to the Line/ Headphone setting.
Monitoring with the Go Mic Mobile
The GMM 3.5mm output can be used to monitor the audio transmitted to the receiver. The headphone output follows the MIX / 2 CH Switch. The level of the headphones is controlled by the VOL output slider and follows the output level of the USB Audio Output.