Author Topic: I need help to choose which audio tools  (Read 18483 times)

Brawl

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Re: I need help to choose which audio tools
« Reply #25 on: January 08, 2014, 02:16:13 AM »
Yes, the H1 has got line out so you can listen to what you are recording, if that does not feed the camera.
The problem with the H1 is its crappy build quality.
It's all plastic and the casing itself and the battery door make a lot of noise so not the best for an audio device.
Also, it's quite fragile and does not give you any feeling of sturdiness.
The H2n would be a good option too.
nice news about the line out. did you try it? does it have the volume option for the line out as the H4N had? that was a really useful feature on the H4n.

H2 never seen with my eyes I'll try to get some info thanks.

 

ilguercio

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Re: I need help to choose which audio tools
« Reply #26 on: January 08, 2014, 02:28:49 AM »
You can adjust the volume for input and output from the H1 so you're in control.
It is a pretty basic tool but in terms of performance it is quite a good deal.
Just make sure you handle it with care.
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