DJI Mic 2 takes your audio recordings to the next level

DJI Mic 2

The microphones on our smartphones have come a long way since the early days. These days, thanks to the use of improved hardware and software, our smartphone microphones do a pretty good job of recording audio. That doesn’t mean that improvements can’t be made. If you need better audio, then the new DJI Mic 2 could be a great accessory.

The DJI Mic 2 builds upon the original DJI Mic with some improvements. DJI is keeping the OLED screen but has increased its size. They have also tossed in a physical dial. This makes it easier for users to see and make adjustments from the microphone itself if necessary.

DJI Mic 2

DJI is also making it easier for users to use the microphones by removing the need for a receiver. There is a receiver, but if users want to use it without, they can thanks to Bluetooth. This allows them to quickly pair it with a smartphone or a computer. Keep in mind that by using the DJI Mic 2 in this fashion, you will lose some functionality like AI noise canceling.

DJI has also improved the sound recording quality. They are adding support for 32-bit float internal recording. The company claims that this allows the Mic 2 to adapt to various environments, especially where sound levels may be erratic. The Mic 2 will also come with a battery of up to 6 hours of operating time. The charging case extends this up to 18 hours.

If you’re interested in the Mic 2, it is priced at $349 for the complete package. This includes the receiver, two transmitters, a charging case, and a bunch of cables and accessories.

DJI Mic 2 (2 TX + 1 RX + Charging Case), All-in-one Wireless Microphone,...
  • Crystal-Clear Audio Makes You Sound Like a Pro - This wireless microphone delivers high-quality audio with brighter, clearer,...
  • Ready When You Are - The transmitters and receiver are pre-linked and ready to go, letting you easily save time and improve...

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Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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