Boya BY-V1 REVIEW 🔥 Wireless Mic for iPhone and iPad

I welcome you to the Apple and Tamil channel. My name is Robin, and in this episode, we are going to review a cheaper wireless microphone system for iPhone and iPads with lightning ports. The BY-V1 model is a microphone system from the BOYA brand. You will need two transmitters for this. Normally, expensive microphones like RODE and DJI are available in the market. But BOYA is known for making cheaper microphones and lavalier headphones and accessories for the camera. They have been doing this for a long time. In my first few videos, I used their lavalier microphone. It

was priced around Rs. 700-800. I will provide the link in the description. This BY-V1 model comes with a certification called Made for iPhone and iPad. If you connect the receiver to the phone, you can use the transmitter up to 50 meters away. Let’s look at the specifications side by side and see how the product is. A quick unboxing. They have maintained minimal packaging. Very simple packaging. There is an instruction manual on how to connect the product, what buttons are there, where the LED indicator is. They have given a warranty card. I don’t know if they

will claim a warranty for the BOYA product. Let’s wait and see in the future. The casing is made of plastic and is very cheap. There is also a

silica gel packet. There is a USB-A to USB-C cable in case you want to charge the transmitter and receiver. There is a transmitter available in the center. The microphone cover is fixed on top. It is not optional. There is also a 360 degree clip attached to the cover. You can clip it to your shirt or banyan pocket. You can rotate it easily and place it on the side

of the shirt. If you don’t want the microphone to be visible from outside, you can wear it inside. If you keep it near your chest, it will pick up the audio better. On the side, there is a blue color button for noise reduction. There are two USB-C ports available in the transmitter and receiver. There is an individual battery inside. You just need to recharge it. You don’t need to insert a separate cell like other BOYA products. I mentioned the Lavalier microphone earlier. When I was using it, I had a problem. It was like inserting a

battery cell for a watch. That was a disappointment. They have provided a built-in battery. Once the battery is exhausted, you can use it for 2 years. If you maintain it properly, you can use it again and buy a new product. These are the box contents. There is a cable, transmitter and receiver. It is attached with a sponge. You can carry it easily. You can keep it in a separate pouch. You can also place it in a small compartment of your laptop bag. You can take it with you when you go out for recording. You can

pair it with your iPhone. It is not a big deal to carry a microphone set like this. Many people complain that the sponge can be easily removed. They say that it can be easily removed when there is a lot of wind. My suggestion is, if you don’t want to remove it, you can simply insert something like Fevicol in the sponge. Don’t insert it like Fevic Quick. It will completely burn the sponge. Overall, the quality of the plastic is very cheap. You can’t expect a premium build for this price range. Connectivity is very simple. If you

open the camera app, switch to video mode, and connect to the receiver, the power will be drawn from the iPhone and the light will start blinking. The light blinking indicates that the transmitter is not connected yet. It also indicates that the receiver is ready to power up. There are two switches below the transmitter. One is for noise reduction. The other is the power button below. If you switch it on, the pairing will start automatically. You can immediately clip the transmitter and start using it. You can even use your iPhone camera for recording. With this better

audio quality, you can use your iPhone camera for video recording. If you look at Boya, there is an app called Boya Sound. You can use the receiver that you placed on the iPhone and Android. You can use the receiver that you placed on the iPhone and Android. There is a separate app for the wireless microphone system. You can use this app to better control your recordings. After you install this app and open it, there is a simple setup interface. You can organize your recordings based on the folder. You can also use the built-in camera app

to record a full-screen vlog. You can use the built-in camera app to record After you connect to the receiver, you can use the built-in camera app or the app provided by Boya to organize your recordings based on the folder. In case you have to record audio, you can use this microphone method after you open the app. For example, if you’re going to give a lecture or attend a seminar you can record it with microphone with great clarity. Later you can use video editing software You can also change the settings of the audio you In case

you want the audio to be in wav or mp3 format, you can choose how many bits you want. You can also adjust the audio operation for the camera app. You can also adjust the audio effects and vocal enhancements. If you use this app, you can test the audio output and adjust the settings. We are recording outdoors. We are testing how the wind noise picks up the audio. It is said that the distance will be recorded up to 50 meters. But according to the Boya microphone, I cannot travel more than 50 meters. As far as I

have seen, if there is a lot of interference, there will be interference. I am going to turn on the noise cancellation and check the audio. When you press the blue button on the side, the indicator will change to green. If it is blue, it means that the noise cancellation has not happened. The wind noise is still there. I can hear the dogs barking. You are hearing how the Omnidirectional microphone picks up my voice in the outdoor environment. The wind is blowing directly towards me. Let me know in the comments how good the audio is. I

am not going to do any sampling or processing. I am just going to show you the input of the microphone. This Boya microphone can be used in a simple plug-and-play method. It is called BY-V1. When you see it on Amazon, I have pinned the link in the description and first comment. You can check it out. It is available with a USB-C port as well as If you want to use it with an Android phone, there are two models called V1 and V2. V2 is like a USB-C. V10 and V20 have two transmitters. If you need

two transmitters for interviews, you can use it for that scenario. The price is Rs.1000 extra. I bought this single transmitter in a small offer of Rs.2700. I ordered it on Amazon. I contacted Boya. This is not sponsored content. Lifetime of the product is a question mark. But for this price range, I think it will be a useful product. Battery backup will be available for 9 hours. If battery backup is available for 5-6 hours, it is a big deal. In conclusion, I am satisfied with this product. I did not expect the lifetime of this product. If

you want a clear audio when recording, you can consider the Boya BY-V1 or V10. If you are already using it, let me know in the comments. I will see you in the next episode with a useful topic. Thank you. Bye.

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