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Re:Re: what to use for record rehearsals and gigs ?
I have the Iriver H120 but as far as i know it doesnt
power a condenser,great for recording with a normal
stereo mic though!
--- a k butler <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> At 18:59 23/02/06, you wrote:
> >I use the iRiver IFP-795, and I'm very happy with
> it. I notice that
> >the iRiver store has the ifp-780 for $59.95 now:
> >so it's not a big risk. (The iRiver IFP models are
> the only mp3
> >players that I'm aware of that will power a
> condesor microphone.
> are you sure that doesn't just mean that it provides
> a couple of
> Volts to power an electret condenser?
> > The
> >best recording quality is mp3 320kps)
> >On 2/23/06, Kris Hartung <email@example.com>
> > > I've been using the M-Audio Microtrack 24/96 for
> a few weeks now
> > > (recommended by Tom Richford). I love it. It is
> ridiculously small for a
> > > solid state recorder, records to wav or MP3, in
> various frequencies or bit
> > > rates. I has a stereo mini mic plug in, phantom
> power, plus two 1/4 inch
> > > balanced inputs.
> This just had a good review in Sound on Sound
> Kris, does it have SP/Dif input? The article implied
> it had, but the
> socket appears to be in the output section.
> They also said that the phantom power was only 30V,
> rather than the full 48V,
> so that not all mics would work with it.
> andy butler
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