AI-Micro 是一个超紧凑的双通道接口,用于向移动设备或电脑录制高质量的音频。AI-Micro 设有两个自动感应输入,可连接几乎任何带有 3.5 毫米输出的话筒、耳机监听、可用于智能手机、平板电脑和计算机的通用 USB 输出,并与 RØDE 应用程序兼容,可实现超强音效,让您的录音不受限制。


  • 用于电脑和移动设备的小巧双通道音频接口
  • 几乎与任何 3.5 毫米输出的话筒兼容,包括 RØDE VideoMic、领夹式话筒、无线话筒和立体声话筒
  • 自动感应输入,用于连接 TRS 或 TRRS 话筒
  • 高质量耳机输出,音频监测和播放零延迟
  • 通过通用 USB 输出与电脑、智能手机和平板电脑无缝连接(提供 USB-A、USB-C 和 Lightning 线缆)
  • 与 RØDE 应用程序套件兼容,可扩展的特性和功能,随身携带,可在任何设备获得广播级录制声效


AI-Micro 可以让您轻松地在手机或电脑上捕获高质量的音频。它有两个 3.5 毫米输入口,可连接各种话筒,包括 RØDE VideoMic、领夹式话筒、Wireless GO 等无线系统。均为自动感应输入。系统可检测到连接的是 TRS 还是 TRRS 话筒,并自动适应,无需适配器。输入 1 也可以配置成单一的立体声 TRS 输入,可配合立体声话筒一起使用。 

高质量的话筒前置放大器和高分辨率(24 位 / 48 千赫)录音可确保在任何设备上都能捕捉到极为清晰的音频,耳机输出则可实现无回声的音频监测和回放。无论是采访、播客、演讲还是直播,都可以用 AI-Micro 在任何地方录下出色的音效。 


AI-Micro 配备通用 USB 输出,与所有设备无缝连接。提供了 USB-A、USB-C 和 Lightning 线缆,让您立即开始录音,并能够在 Mac、Windows、iOS 和 Android 设备上即插即用。便携式录音从未如此简单。


AI-Micro 重量不到 20 克,非常小巧轻便。加上两个话筒,就是一套完整的、录音室级装备,并可轻松放进口袋。非常适合户外采访、随身播客,以及在家中进行视频通话或直播。 


AI-Micro 与整个 RØDE 应用程序套件兼容,让您获得更多的特性和功能、便于随身携带,使用任何设备均可获得广播级录音。

AI-Micro connected to computer using RØDE Connect

RØDE Connect

用您的 3.5 毫米话筒在电脑上录制专业级播客或直播。在一台电脑上用多达四个话筒进行录制。点击一个按钮就能实现录音室级音频处理等更多功能。

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AI-Micro connected to iPhone using RØDE Reporter

RØDE Reporter

使用您的智能手机或平板电脑在任何地方录制广播级品质的音频,完全控制 AI-Micro 的设置、实时波形显示和电平表、本地共享等。

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AI-Micro connected to Samsung using RØDE Central

RØDE Central

用移动设备或电脑配置 AI-Micro,包括设置话筒输入增益和耳机监听电平,启用高通滤波器,等等。

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Acoustic & Electrical Specifications

Frequency Response
20Hz to 20kHz

Headphone Output Power
125mW into 32Ω

Input Dynamic Range
100dB A-Weighted

Gain Range
0-26dB analog gain

Analog Inputs
2 x 3.5mm auto-sensing TRS/TRRS

Analog Outputs
3.5mm TRS headphone output

Computer Connectivity
USB Type-C

OS Requirements

macOS Big Sur and higher

Windows 10 (Build 19041) and higher

iOS 14 and higher

Android 9.0 and higher

Simultaneous I/O

Number of Preamps

Bit Depth

Sample Rates

Power Requirements
Bus Powered

Mechanical Specifications

Weight (g)

AI-Micro: 13

SC21: 6, SC22: 4, SC23: 6

Dimensions (mm)

AI-Micro Width: 40, Length 11.1, Height: 38.2

SC21, SC22, SC23 Length: 300

Compatible RØDE Products
  • SmartLav+
  • Lavalier GO
  • RØDELink Lav
  • All VideoMics
  • SC15, SC16, SC17, SC18, SC19, SC20, SC21, SC22, SC23

Box Contains


1 x AI-Micro


1 x SC21


1 x SC22


1 x SC23



Quickstart Guide

CE - Declaration Of Conformity

UKCA - Declaration Of Conformity


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What devices is the AI-Micro compatible with?

The AI-Micro can be used with iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, and Mac and Windows computers, as long as the device has a USB-A, USB-C or Lightning connector. OS requirements: macOS Big Sur and higher, Windows 10 (Build 19041) and higher, iOS 14 and higher, Android 9.0 and higher.


It is possible to connect a dynamic XLR microphone (or other microphone that does not require phantom power) to the AI-Micro with an appropriate XLR to 3.5mm adaptor, however we recommend using the RØDE AI-1 interface for connecting XLR microphones to a computer.


Yes. The AI-Micro supplies plug-in power for microphones such as lavaliers and VideoMics.


You may have direct monitoring deactivated. This can be turned on/off via a computer or mobile device using RØDE Central (note: direct monitoring is activated by default on the AI-Micro).


The AI-Micro allows you to configure how the audio from the input channels is routed to the output. There are three different channel modes, ‘Merged’, ‘Split’ and ‘Stereo’, which are suited to different microphone setups. In ‘Merged’ mode, the input signal is routed to both the left and right channels of the output, which is ideal if you are just using one microphone. In ‘Split’ mode, input 1 is routed to the left channel of the output and input 2 is routed to the right channel, which is ideal if you are using two microphones. ‘Stereo’ mode is ideal when you are using a stereo microphone; the left and right channels of input 1 are routed to the respective channels of the output to ensure you retain the microphone’s stereo image (input 2 is disabled).


The input gain for each of the AI-Micro's microphone channels can be adjusted in RØDE Connect, RØDE Central and RØDE Reporter. You can also adjust the input gain using the level control in third-party audio or video apps if they have this feature. If you are using an app without a level control and would like to adjust the input gain, use RØDE Central, as any changes made to the levels in RØDE Connect or RØDE Reporter will not be retained when using another app.


Check out the AI-Micro Learning Hub for detailed information on its functions and features.


We recommend using the included cables to connect the AI-Micro to your device. If you require a longer cable, there is a selection of different cable types available from the RØDE accessory range. To connect the AI-Micro to an iOS device with a Lightning port, you need a Lightning Accessory Cable – either the included SC21 cable, or the RØDE SC15 or SC19.


Yes. To connect the AI-Micro to an iOS device with a Lightning port, you need a Lightning Accessory Cable – either the included SC21 cable, or the RØDE SC15 or SC19.


While similar in design and concept to the SC6-L, the AI-Micro has a few key updates that make it far more versatile, including a universal USB output for use with Android smartphones and tablets (and iOS devices with a Lightning port like the SC6-L), as well as computers. It has also enhanced inputs for use with a wider range of microphones and is compatible with the RØDE app suite for accessing advanced features, on-the-go configuration, and broadcast-quality recording on any device.


You can plug virtually any microphone that has a 3.5mm output into the AI-Micro. This includes RØDE VideoMics, lavaliers, wireless systems like the Wireless GO, and stereo microphones like the Stereo VideoMic Pro. The AI-Micro's microphone inputs are TRS/TRRS auto-sensing, meaning they automatically detect whether a TRS or TRRS microphone is connected and adapt to accommodate either connection type.


To connect a stereo microphone such as the Stereo VideoMic Pro to the AI-Micro, you must plug it into input 1 and use either RODE Central or RODE Reporter apps to set the channel mode to ‘Stereo’. This configures input 1 to be a standard stereo TRS input (and disables input 2).

Yes, the AI-Micro can accept line level signals, provided that the output of the connected device and the input gain of the interface are turned down enough to accommodate the higher output of the signal. Use RØDE Reporter or any other app that has a level meter to monitor your audio, start with the input gain turned right down and slowly increase the output level from your device until the meters indicate a healthy recording level.