Make sure you always use the latest firmware version, to get all the latest features & improvements!
Latest firmware version: V2.7 (released September 2022)
The PicoMic microphones will have their firmware updated automatically when they are put back on the receiver.
We introduced a new assistant screen, to help you configure the PicoMic receiver output settings.
Common devices, such as the Panasonic GH5 and the Sony A7III, are provided in the devices list, with preset optimum gain settings.
The PicoMic is now able to capture the full audio spectrum down to 15Hz – giving a more natural tone to voice and music.
An optional 100Hz high-pass filter can be enabled to reduce low-frequency noises such as A/C, fan noises, etc. if needed.
We got many requests to improve the limiter quality and reduce the audio distortion – done!
We changed the gains display, so that 0dB is now a mid-range gain and is the default, recommended value.
For example, a mic gain of +18dB on the V1.x firmware corresponds to a gain of 0dB on the V2.x firmware, for the same audio level.
This brings the PicoMic receiver closer to common audio devices.
|Firmware 1.x||Firmware 2.x|
|Mic gain||-18dB to +30dB
Recommended value: +18dB
|-18dB to +12dB
Recommended value: 0dB
|Output gain||-54dB to 0dB
Recommended value: -24dB
|-24dB to +24dB
Recommended value: 0dB
The transition is made automatically when you update the firmware.
Including range improvement for some devices, and many bugfixes.
We highly recommend that you update to this version!
V2.0 (released March 2020) – first release for V2.x firmware series (check above for changes).
V2.1 (released July 2020) – improved stability & minor bug fixes.
V2.3 (released February 2021) – minor bug fixes & add support for the PicoMic 2.
V2.4 (released July 2021) – add support for the PicoMic 2 Pro, improve WAVE/SYNC performance, improve MIC1+2 mode quality.
V2.5 (released August 2021) – add a “Keep Pressed to power off” feature, add a screen brigthness setting, fix a power consumption issue on PicoMic 2 Pro.
V2.6 (released July 2022) – minor bugfixes on latest PicoMic 2 hardware, fixing initial connection issues.
V2.7 (released September 2022) – improve the connection stability, fix a rare black screen issue on the PicoStream latest hardware.