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Re: Zoom H2 and Telinga PIP EM-23

Subject: Re: Zoom H2 and Telinga PIP EM-23
From: "oryoki2000" oryoki2000
Date: Tue Sep 25, 2007 8:08 am ((PDT))
--- In  "m_pesente" 
> Today I tested the Samson Zoom H2 and an old Telinga PIP EM-23: after
> enabled Plug In Power on H2, the EM-23 works fine.

Marco, please tell us if you are pleased 
with recordings made with the H2 and EM-23.

If I remember correctly, Klas Strandberg
found that the EM-23 worked well when wired
in place of the mic capsules in the Zoom H4,
the H2's larger brother. The recordings made 
this way had low self-noise, similar to a 
Hi-MD recorder.

The mics had to be soldered in place because
the H4 has XLR and 7mm phone jack inputs,
not the 3.5mm jack the EM-23 is wired for.

The H4 also does not produce the correct 
"plug-in power" for the EM-23 through the
XLR jacks.  Marco's message confirms that 
the H2 does provide the power the EM-23 needs.


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