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How to Connect DJITM Mic 2 Wireless with Pocket 2?
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I have DJI Dual Wireless Mic and I have DJI Pocket 2 without all in one handle. How do I connect the DJITM Dual Wireless Mic Adapter to the DJI Pocket 2 to use both the Wireless Mic?

I am trying to search a solution to this but DJI Support Team is clueless about their own products, their own products are not compatible with one another.

Is there a solution to this DJI?
10-25 23:57
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Hi there. Thank you for bringing this inquiry to us. The DJI Wireless Microphone Transmitter can only be connected to the DJI Pocket 2 with the DO-IT-ALL HANDLE installed on the unit. We cannot connect the said microphone without the Do-It-All Handle. Hope this helps. Have a nice day ahead!
10-26 02:28
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So if I buy do it all handle for Pocket 2 then I will be able to connect my DJITM Dual Wireless Mic to it? What would be the procedure to connect it, could you please share any guide. Note I am not referring to the single mic which comes with DJI Pocket 2. Here I want to connect DJI MIC which has 2 wireless mics.
10-26 08:01
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P S Posted at 10-26 08:01
So if I buy do it all handle for Pocket 2 then I will be able to connect my DJITM Dual Wireless Mic to it? What would be the procedure to connect it, could you please share any guide. Note I am not referring to the single mic which comes with DJI Pocket 2. Here I want to connect DJI MIC which has 2 wireless mics.

I've checked on the internet and I can see that the Wireless Mic has a socket labelled "out".  You simply need to use a 3.5mm stereo lead to connect that to the 3.5mm socket on the 'Do It All Handle".  It's just the same as with any such devices - identify the output of one, and connect it to the input of the other.
10-27 13:22
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P S Posted at 10-26 08:01
So if I buy do it all handle for Pocket 2 then I will be able to connect my DJITM Dual Wireless Mic to it? What would be the procedure to connect it, could you please share any guide. Note I am not referring to the single mic which comes with DJI Pocket 2. Here I want to connect DJI MIC which has 2 wireless mics.

Hi there. Thank you for your inquiry. DJI Mic is a dual-channel wireless microphone system, including two transmitters and one receiver, which can record two sound sources simultaneously at a distance of up to 250 m. To connect it to the DJI Pocket 2, you must use the DJI Pocket 2 Do-It-All Handle and a 3.5mm camera cable to connect to the DJI Mic receiver. The specific connection method is shown in the following pictures:
Should you have any concerns or inquiries, please do not hesitate to reach us here at DJI Forum. Thank you for your continued support.

10-27 15:36
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DJI Tony Posted at 10-27 15:36
Hi there. Thank you for your inquiry. DJI Mic is a dual-channel wireless microphone system, including two transmitters and one receiver, which can record two sound sources simultaneously at a distance of up to 250 m. To connect it to the DJI Pocket 2, you must use the DJI Pocket 2 Do-It-All Handle and a 3.5mm camera cable to connect to the DJI Mic receiver. The specific connection method is shown in the following pictures: [view_image][view_image][view_image][view_image]
Should you have any concerns or inquiries, please do not hesitate to reach us here at DJI Forum. Thank you for your continued support.
Thank you for clarifying this. How will one hold the Pocket 2 and the connected adapter while on the move when I am recording?

The original single mic which comes with Pocket 2 doesnt need a cable to connect in similar way isn't there anything which can connect pocket 2 to wireless 2 mic wirelessly?
10-27 15:43
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Now I see what you are trying to do.  You want to use the transmitters of the wireless mic system with the receiver of the Pocket 2.  Not surprisingly, you can't.  The wireless mic system was designed to connect, via its receiver, with just about any camera on the market having an input socket.  To have tried to address that market, and also the Pocket 2 as a wireless receiver (backward compatibility), would have probably meant unacceptable compromises, and given that they already make a wireless transmitter dedicated to the Pocket 2, I wouldn't have blamed them if the thought didn't even cross their minds.

To physically mount the DJI mic receiver to the bottom of the Pocket 2 handle you could use something like this -
https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4001286362797.html
10-28 00:34
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P S Posted at 10-27 15:43
Thank you for clarifying this. How will one hold the Pocket 2 and the connected adapter while on the move when I am recording?

The original single mic which comes with Pocket 2 doesnt need a cable to connect in similar way isn't there anything which can connect pocket 2 to wireless 2 mic wirelessly?

Hi there. Thank you for your response. Please note that the connection between the DJI Pocket 2 and DJI Wireless Microphone Transmitter is designed to be wireless as the Pocket 2 serves as its direct receiver. On the other hand, the DJI Mic must connect its receiver to the DJI Pocket 2 (Do-It-All-Handle) through a wired connection. As mentioned in the previous comment above, a completely wireless connection between the DJI Mic and the Pocket 2 is currently not supported. Additionally, since the size of the receiver is relatively small, you may carry it in one hand together with the Pocket 2. We value your feedback and we will relay it to our DJI developers. Thank you for your understanding and support!
10-28 10:22
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DJI Tony Posted at 10-28 10:22
Hi there. Thank you for your response. Please note that the connection between the DJI Pocket 2 and DJI Wireless Microphone Transmitter is designed to be wireless as the Pocket 2 serves as its direct receiver. On the other hand, the DJI Mic must connect its receiver to the DJI Pocket 2 (Do-It-All-Handle) through a wired connection. As mentioned in the previous comment above, a completely wireless connection between the DJI Mic and the Pocket 2 is currently not supported. Additionally, since the size of the receiver is relatively small, you may carry it in one hand together with the Pocket 2. We value your feedback and we will relay it to our DJI developers. Thank you for your understanding and support!

Below are the request from our side to the developers of DJI to enhance user experience and not encourage a work around. The whole idea of using DJI Products is that we do not carry unnecessary wires, cables, mounts etc.

1. A completely wireless connection between the DJI Mic and the Pocket 2 should be made possible which is currently not supported by DJI. We understand that the size of the DJI MIC receiver is relatively small, still we may not carry it in one hand together with the Pocket 2 as it is only a make shift arrangement and degrades the user convenience.

2. Even the DJI MIC should get connect to the DJI Mini 3 Pro RC wirelessly.

A consumer buys costly DJI products for convenience and not to have work arounds. DJI must release a firmware update to make DJI Pocket 2 and DJI MINI 3 Pro RC wirelessly compatible with DJI MIC to enhance user experience.

As an owner of DJI Tello, DJI Mini 2, DJI Mini 3 Pro, DJI Pocket 2 and DJI MIC I seriously hope that DJI developers won't let me down and should work to enhance seamless user experience of these costly gadgets which are currently not compatible with one another.
10-28 11:13
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prakharsahay Posted at 10-28 11:13
Below are the request from our side to the developers of DJI to enhance user experience and not encourage a work around. The whole idea of using DJI Products is that we do not carry unnecessary wires, cables, mounts etc.

1. A completely wireless connection between the DJI Mic and the Pocket 2 should be made possible which is currently not supported by DJI. We understand that the size of the DJI MIC receiver is relatively small, still we may not carry it in one hand together with the Pocket 2 as it is only a make shift arrangement and degrades the user convenience.

Hi, prakharsahay. Thank you for sharing your valuable suggestions. We appreciate the time you took to share your feedback. We assure you that this will reach the related department. Thank you for your continued support!
10-28 13:39
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DJI Tony Posted at 10-28 13:39
Hi, prakharsahay. Thank you for sharing your valuable suggestions. We appreciate the time you took to share your feedback. We assure you that this will reach the related department. Thank you for your continued support!
Thank you Tony and DJI Team. Once you get the revert from your developers let me know the estimated time frame for these functionality enhancements.
10-28 14:58
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One question that might not solve the wireless connection question, but could come otherwise handy with the Pocket 2: Do I especially need the DIA Handle to connect the DJI Mic to the Pocket 2, or could I use the Osmo Pocket 3,5mm to USB-C audio adapter? After all, I remember reading somewhere that it should be compatible with the Pocket 2.

For me, not personally a problem as I do own the DIA Handle, but could be some useful information for others wondering the question.
10-29 05:10
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I would be amazed if these devices were compatible at the hardware level.  I very much doubt that it's a matter of a simple firmware update - and remember that firmware updates are subject to commercial cost-benefit analysis.  Is there a proven demand for this compatibility which would increase sales?  Was it ever promised to existing customers?  Etc etc.
10-29 13:14
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fansfe82067d Posted at 10-29 13:14
I would be amazed if these devices were compatible at the hardware level.  I very much doubt that it's a matter of a simple firmware update - and remember that firmware updates are subject to commercial cost-benefit analysis.  Is there a proven demand for this compatibility which would increase sales?  Was it ever promised to existing customers?  Etc etc.

Satisfied customers leads to better financials and repurchase, satisfied customers are also best mode of gaining more reference customers. Many of us here use more than 1 product of DJI. For DJI they know how many people are common users of their device so even if they do financial analysis this will be beneficial for them.

People are used to the idea of accessories and mounts to workaround, but the trend is changing. Ease of use and device compatibility will only lead to more sales and win more customers.
10-30 02:27
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prakharsahay Posted at 10-30 02:27
Satisfied customers leads to better financials and repurchase, satisfied customers are also best mode of gaining more reference customers. Many of us here use more than 1 product of DJI. For DJI they know how many people are common users of their device so even if they do financial analysis this will be beneficial for them.

People are used to the idea of accessories and mounts to workaround, but the trend is changing. Ease of use and device compatibility will only lead to more sales and win more customers.

I can understand that reasoning, but when we're talking about devices which were developed probably two or more years apart, it might have restricted the functionality of the more recent device if it was deemed essential to make it compatible with the earlier device.  Of course I don't know, but I suspect that could be the case - so personally I won't rush to judgement.  
10-30 04:55
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DJI Tony Posted at 10-28 13:39
Hi, prakharsahay. Thank you for sharing your valuable suggestions. We appreciate the time you took to share your feedback. We assure you that this will reach the related department. Thank you for your continued support!

Its about to be a month now. Still waiting for an update. I wish DJI was more proactive in keeping customers informed who have multiple DJI devices.
11-23 04:44
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There's a queue here for FW update requests - I'm not sure whether your suggestion is necessarily at the top of it.  See https://forum.dji.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=227106 for a long list of requests voted on by 124 users a long time back - and none of them have been addressed.  Maybe some of them may make it into the Pocket 3 if it ever happens.  Maybe the Pocket 3 will have the function you have suggested.   But right now I doubt whether they have the slightest plan to update the Pocket 2 any further - let alone within a month of one or two users making a request.
11-23 05:43
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prakharsahay Posted at 11-23 04:44
Its about to be a month now. Still waiting for an update. I wish DJI was more proactive in keeping customers informed who have multiple DJI devices.

Hi, prakharsahay. Apologies for the delayed response. Please note that when we forward suggestions to our engineers, they have to deliberate on many aspects before such features can be added. Moreover, it would require some time for it to be implemented. Regarding your requests, regretfully, we have not received any confirmation or further updates as of yet. Hopefully, the related team can look further into it and have it considered. Thank you for your understanding and support.
11-25 22:26
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