Holiday Gift Guide: For Music Lovers

Holiday Gift Guide: For Music Lovers

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Looking to find a gift for that music fan or musician in your life?

Here are some gift ideas for music lovers...

Holiday Gift Guide: For Music Lovers


BeoPlay A2 Speaker
Powerful portable wireless speaker with True360 sound
$399.00

BUY


Sonos Play:1
Start with any Sonos speaker and fill your home with music
$199.00

BUYINFO




Blue Microphones Yeti USB Microphone
Tri-capsule array - 3 condenser capsules can record almost any situation
$118.79

BUYINFO


Samson Go Mic
Portable USB condenser microphone
$36.49

BUY




Philips M1X-DJ Sound System
Mix like a DJ, play from any device & share tunes with Philips M1X-Dj.
$399.99

BUYINFO


Pioneer Pro DJ DDJ-SR DJ Controller
16 Performance Pads provide HOT CUE, ROLL, SLICER and SAMPLER functions
$597.00

BUY




Bose SoundTrue In-Ear Headphones for iOS
Tonally balanced audio with microphone for iOS devices.
$129.95

BUY


Beats Studio Over-Ear Headphones
The Beats Acoustic Engine aims to create an intimate music listening experience.
$239.96

BUY




Philips StarMaker
Wireless Bluetooth portable speaker & wireless karaoke mic for iPad.
$119.99

BUY


IK Multimedia iKlip Xpand
Universal mic stand support for iPad and tablets
$49.99

BUY




ROCKI PLAY
WiFi plug-in for streaming music to speakers with AirPlay support.
$49.00

BUY


Griffin DJ Connect
Pre-cueing for DJs w/ Dual Stereo Output for iOS or Mac
$99.99

BUY




Myro:Air Audiophile AirPlay & UPnP Streamer
Add Airplay to any system. Features Wolfson's flagship DAC the WM8741
$599.00

BUY


Satechi Dual Sonic Speaker
USB-powered speakers with in-line volume control
$24.99

BUY




AmpliTube iRig
Guitar interface adaptor for iOS devices
$39.99

BUY


PUC Wireless MIDI Connection
Wirelessly connect Midi keyboards, synths, drum machines, etc to your iPad, iPhone or Mac
$129.99

BUY




Arcam MINIBLINK
Audiophile Bluetooth music converter/streamer
$149.00

BUY


Audio-Technica AT-LP120-USB Professional Turntable
Selectable internal stereo phono preamplifier and USB connection to your Mac
$249.00

BUY



iClarified Holiday Gift Guides (2014):
Apple Essentials White
$25 and Under
For Students
For the Home

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Suicider - December 17, 2014 at 4:46am
What is a good microphone for video recordings, that will work both on my iPhone 6 and my PC? I'm creating videos on YouTube and everyone complain on the audio quality
Frankie12 - December 17, 2014 at 4:59am
It really depends on how much you can afford to spend. A pro setup would involve something like an Apogee audio interface (http://www.apogeedigital.com/lightning). That can be connected to the iPhone via a Lightning cable and the computer via USB. Then you need a good quality XLR microphone like the Shure SM7B. If that is out of your budget, a good option might be the Blue Microphones Spark (http://www.iclarified.com/entry/index.php?enid=19201). I believe it has now been updated with a Lightning cable (http://www.bluemic.com/spark_digital/#/specs/).
Suicider - December 17, 2014 at 5:05am
Thank you. Of course im looking for the cheapest setup that will also be good for the price. I will have a look on those links when i get home, the iPhone app is stupid and will not open the link/copy it...
iClarified - December 17, 2014 at 6:24am
Blue Microphones lists the Spark as supporting up to the iPhone 5s so you might want to double check with them on iPhone 6 support (just to be safe). Amazon has it 25% off from $200 to $150 and it's currently on sale at checkout for another 15% off that making it around $127.50. http://amzn.to/1Am4O3k
uCallHimDrJ0NES - December 16, 2014 at 9:08pm
"Audiophile" and "Bluetooth" are terms that should not be used together, unless bluetooth is being used for file transfer only. Bluetooth sound forwarding is lossy. I don't know any audiophiles who would use Bluetooth speakers directly.
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