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Most wireless lavalier microphones for video recording use are sold as single receiver + transmitter packages. I believe you can get receivers that take more than one input, but they are designed for AV production use (e.g. stage shows and so on) and are mains-powered and expensive. So if you want wireless you'll probably have to buy four transmitter + ...


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You could use an adapter to split the cell phone jack into XLR & 3.5mm. Then just plug in your XLR mic and headphones. Or you could record double-system audio. Get a second, purpose-built audio recording device like a Zoom, and monitor that while you shoot with your cell phone. It's super easy to match up the audio again in most editing software ...



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