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Re: OT Olympus LS-10 PCM stereo recorder
i asked since i found my core sound binaurals, that were great with my
old sony minidisc, result in quite noisy recordings due to the zoom H2
preamps ... dunno about the H4, but read similar comments over the net
too. instead, the onboard electret condensers, do a nice job, not
comparable to the cores, but good.
2009/6/24, Rick Walker <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Raul asked
> "... how noisy is the 3.5 mm mini-jack mic preamp, Rick?"
> I honestly don't know, Raul, having been very happy with the built in
> condenser mics
> and also , mostly using it straight off the board.
> I use these recordings for my releaseable CD projects (working on a
> follow up to
> Translucent Dayglo Lime Green Plastic as we speak, culling live tracks
> from the
> last two European tours and American dates I've done) and I haven't had
> complaints yet.
> I'm also not a golden ears person at all and I have some definite hi
> dropoffs in my hearing from years of playing very loud rock and roll,
> but I have owned the MAudio and experienced the Zoom and I think it
> sounds very favorable next to them, and has a bunch of features that
> make it
> more attractive than both of those (notably the 2 gigs of onboard
> harddrive, fantastic
> for just running out the door) and the use of 2 AA batteries instead
> of the
> internal battery of the MAudio which I found really annoying and very
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