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Subject: Re: Microphone Question
From: Jean Boullier (jean.boullier_at_wanadoo.fr)
If it records OK all is well. Since you are in the Rockbox world the
one-channel output of your mike is no longer a problem : simply set
your recording to mono :
-> Recording settings -> Channels -> Mono
and your single input channel will be recorded on both channels.
Add Subtract wrote:
>On the junky little microphone I tried at Radio Shack there was a
>battery on the cord with an on/off switch. Is this the preamp? It
>seemed to record ok, only on one channel.
>When you tried your little Sony mic, what happened? Did the Archos not
>record any sound at all?
>I told you I was dense LOL!!!!
>Add Subtract wrote:
>I'm looking to buy a Microphone for my new Archos Jukebox FM Recorder.
>I just want a semi decent microphone to record family history and also
>be able to use the mic with a cassette recorder also.
>Can anyone tell me if this particular Sony microphone will work well
>with the Archos?
>No, it won't.
>If not, does anyone know of another model of microphone similar in size
>and style to this Sony?
>I have a cute little tiny mic from Sony that's built right onto the mini
>plug, but it doesn't work either. The problem isn't the microphones. The
>issue is that the recorder's external input is a *line* level input, so
>in order to use a microphone with it, you need some sort of preamp. On
>the other hand, I get great recordings using the line out from either my
>Roland digital piano or my mixer.
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