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Re: Shotgun mic Vs on-board mics

Subject: Re: Shotgun mic Vs on-board mics
From: "umashankar" umashanks
Date: Sat Jul 19, 2014 1:52 am ((PDT))
well it was not private, but I agree with you 100 per cent. matching for po=
wer transfer went out with human powered telephones.


From: " [naturerecordists]" <naturerecordists@=>
Sent: Saturday, July 19, 2014 2:13 PM
Subject: [Nature Recordists] Re: Shotgun mic Vs on-board mics

Hi John,

I'm replying privately because I'm sure that the impedance matching theory =
posted by David is pure nonsense.

Impedance matching in audio applications was only required in ancient times=
 where electronic amplifiers were not available or too expensive (one examp=
le is the 600 ohm telephone system).

What you wrote is=A0all correct and=A0makes=A0sense!


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