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Griffin MIDIConnect is now shipping

If you've wanted to spend $70 on a MIDI adapter for your iDevice, but didn't like any of the many other options, Griffin has the solution for you! MIDIConnect is exactly like all of the rest, and at exactly the same price!

Features

  • MIDI in and out interface for iPod touch, iPhone, and iPad
  • Connect a cable from your instrument's MIDI-OUT port and play music into iOS apps like GarageBand
  • 9-inch dock connector cable; total length: 12 inches
  • Standard 5-pin DIN female connectors for MIDI IN and MIDI OUT

Technical Specifications

  • Total length: 12.5" / 32 cm
    Connectors:
  • 30-pin Apple Dock Connector for iOS devices
  • 5-pin DIN for MIDI-in
  • 5-pin DIN for MIDI-out

Reader Comments (5)

If I were going to spend $70 on another MIDI dock connector, I would get the iRig because (a) it can charge your device while you play and (b) it has MIDI thru. Plus you get some extra SampleTank instruments. Or, I would save my shekels and get something that can also do audio input and output.

July 11, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterdswo

I was hoping that there would be a significant price difference between this and (amongst others) the iRig Midi, but there isn't.
I like this because as an owner of an Midi Mobilizer, I'm not a fan of the whole 'sizeable device hanging of the side of my iPad' thing.
I'm not too worried about chaging, as I only use it for short periods; the Midi thru would be nice though.

July 11, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterBlebhead

Bleb, I too dislike the IRIG's cumbersome design and curse it repeatedly..Moreover, I use a Belkin brand cozy to sheath my beloved I-Pad and that makes for an even worse interface connection. Which brings me to the real reason I posted: I wear 2 condoms at all times, this way when I take one off, it feels like the real thing...

July 11, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterChezzdog

I haven't made the dive into the midi connectors yet, but I can't help but feel that a better device will be forthcoming. I worry about the device simply breaking the connector and $70 seems a little like a monopoly across the board. Same for audio devices ranging from $70-200+. With midibridge, I can get some pretty reliable signals between iOS devices and PC.

July 11, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMarlow77

So true, my hallowed testicle. My Akai Synthstation 49 will be shipping by month's end !!

July 11, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterChezzdog
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