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Re: Zoom H2n opinions please

Subject: Re: Zoom H2n opinions please
From: "Peter Shute" pshute2
Date: Tue Jun 4, 2013 2:59 pm ((PDT))
Jez, I haven't listened to a Zoom recording. Can you explain "thin and brit=

Peter Shute

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> I know some folks will be ok with it but, as with zoom in
> general, the construction is a bit iffy - very plastic indeed
> - + the pre-amps are noisy & the mics themselves aren't that
> good. Whenever we do group mic tests on workshops - all set
> up in a semi-circle recording at the same time etc. the
> zoom's can always be spotted when we playback the recordings
> without telling folks which is which. They're thin & brittle sounding.
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> "lamprophis1963" <> wrote:
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> > That is certainly an intriguing looking piece of equipment.
> Particularly for US$399 with the MS and XY microphone
> attachments included.
> >
> > It ain't pretty, but I record after dark anyway (frogs).

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