The LARK MAX is an all-in-one wireless lavalier microphone system with industry-first MaxTimbre
Mic technology and advanced Environmental Noise Cancellation (ENC) technology providing an
unparalleled crystal-clear sound. The transmitter has 8GB of built-in memory and supports up to
14 hours of backup recording. It is perfect for interviewing, vlogging, podcasting, electronic field
production, online teaching, and any audio recording applications requiring high-quality audio
pickup and a peace-of-mind audio backup solution.
Studio-Quality Audio with MaxTimbre Mic Technology
With its MaxTimbre Mic technology, the LARK MAX sets a new standard for capturing every detail
and nuance with stunning clarity. Boasting a list of impressive technical specifications: 48kHz
sampling rate, 24-bit bit depth, 70 dB SNR, and 128 dB max SPL.
Industry-First Mic Technology
MaxTimbre Mic technology is a multilayer membrane microphone design that optimizes voice
recording for crisp, clear results. The multilayer acoustic structure effectively eliminates unwanted
resonances. It enhances performance with a durable mesh of superior wind-proof and vibration-
High-Sensitivity Omnidirectional Microphone
The LARK MAX high-sensitivity omnidirectional 48kHz/24-bit microphone records full-range audio
with incredible precision, clarity, and rich detail.
High Signal-to-Noise Ratio
The LARK MAX SNR is 70 dB, which is crucial for recording in quiet environments.
Max sound pressure levels (SPL)
The LARK MAX stands up to 128 dB of SPL, and its 98-106 dB dynamic range significantly
reduces audio distortion when recording in complex environments.
Note: The maximum SPL is based on laboratory testing results, with the transmitter input gain set
to the lowest level. For optimal recording results, it is recommended to place the transmitter at a
proper distance from the audio source.
The LARK MAX utilizes Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technology to significantly enhance audio
signal quality and reduce unwanted noise and interference.
Environmental Noise Cancellation
The LARK MAX utilizes advanced ENC technology to detect and minimize surrounding noise,
ensuring the audio quality remains crystal clear and distortion-free, even in loud recording
environments. It is user-friendly, allowing you to easily turn the ENC mode on or off from the
transmitter or receiver.
On-Board Storage for 14-Hour Backup Recording
The LARK MAX transmitter also serves as a standalone recorder with built-in 8GB of storage.
Record up to 14 hours of uncompressed and lossless WAV files. The internal recording files are
stored in the transmitter. You can turn on the Auto Record mode on the receiver to activate the
transmitter’s internal recording feature for extra audio safety, ensuring that you won’t miss any
22-Hour Battery Life
The LARK MAX is designed with a compact charging case, so you can enjoy virtually unlimited
recording adventures without worrying about battery life. The transmitter’s operation time is about
7.5 hours and can reach up to 22 hours with a fully charged charging case. The receiver can
operate for up to 9 hours, and it can be charged and used at the same time.
Note: The data provided above is based on laboratory testing results.
Wide Device Compatibility
Enjoy teaming the LARK MAX with mobile devices, cameras, or computers.
The 3.5mm output interface makes it compatible with many camera types — DSLR cameras,
mirrorless cameras, action cameras, camcorders, and others. To connect the receiver to a camera,
just use the 3.5mm TRS to 3.5mm TRS cable.
Mobile Device Connection
Simply connect the receiver to a mobile phone with the included MFi-certified USB-C to Lightning
cable or USB-C to USB-C cable or the optional 3.5mm TRS to 3.5mm TRRS cable. Achieve real-
time audio playback on your phone speaker without the need to unplug the receiver from your
device for an immediate audio quality check.
The LARK MAX also supports USB Audio Class (UAC) standards and can work as a sound card
sending high-quality audio sources to your computer via a single USB cable.
Stable Transmission with AFH Technology
The LARK MAX provides an ultra-long wireless line-of-sight (LOS) range of up to 820ft (250m) with dual
high-gain antennas. It also adapts advanced adaptive frequency hopping (AFH) technology to
effectively prevent signal drops and ensure a seamless audio recording experience.
Note: The LOS range of 820ft (250m) is measured in an unobstructed outdoor environment free of
Each transmitter comes with a convenient back clip and a magnet clip. The transmitter weighs
approximately 33g (1.16oz) and easily attaches to any garment and other objects via the integrated
back or magnet clip.
The LARK MAX works perfectly with various recording devices and is paired and ready for use out
of its charging case. Addressing different audio recording preferences with its flexible gain control
allows you to precisely tailor the audio volume for an outstanding user experience.
Color AMOLED Touchscreen
The colorful and vivid AMOLED touchscreen on the receiver allows you to adjust transmitter
settings and provides a real-time visual check.
You can customize different settings quickly with the control knob.
A single tap easily accesses the quick settings interface or returns to the previous interface.
The LARK MAX has a sleek and stylish appearance, giving it a warm, comfortable, and natural
feeling when touched.
Select the most suitable audio recording mode: mono, stereo, or safety track for recording
security and more flexibility in post-production.
Hi-Fi/Low Cut/Vocal Boost
The Hi-Fi function provides high-quality audio recording with utmost precision and accuracy.
The Low Cut function removes low frequencies of the audio signal, eliminating low-end rumble.
The Vocal Boost function reduces environmental noise and improves voice intelligibility, making a
more pleasant and crystal-clear recording experience.
Founder and CEO of KJ FilmWorks
“The LARK MAX recordings sounded better than what I recorded with some famous setup. The
most significant difference I noticed is that the LARK MAX recordings are clean and clear across
the entire audio spectrum, and I found them good even in the lower and midrange, where I find
them difficult to record. I let my staff listen and test; they’ve got the same findings.”