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Re: LS-10 Question

Subject: Re: LS-10 Question
From: "Ray Mansell" BCTess
Date: Sun Jun 5, 2011 3:30 pm ((PDT))
You didn't mention whether you have 'mic sense' set to low or high?  You
also didn't mention what sort of soundscapes and biological sounds you are
trying to capture. All of these will make a difference.

However, when using the internal microphones, and recording bird songs, I
usually find that 'low' with record level 10, or 'high' with record level 3
both give adequate results.

(All of that changed recently, though, when I received my Telinga LS-10.
 What a stunning difference!)


On Sun, Jun 5, 2011 at 12:53 PM, John <> wrote:

> I have recently purchased an Olympus LS-10 recorder and am quite satisfie=
> with the sound quality but I have a question.
> It seems that I must run the "record level" at maximum ( internal or
> external mic)to capture the soundscapes and biological sounds that I am
> interested in.
> Is this normal for the LS-10?
> Thanks
> John- "Rusting Iron"

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