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Re: any experience good/bad with iOS stereo microphones?

Subject: Re: any experience good/bad with iOS stereo microphones?
From: "Flawn Williams" flawn1951
Date: Sun Feb 25, 2018 1:12 pm ((PST))
Looking at the collection of iOS mics on that page, most of them have the p=
otential to apply fatal mechanical leverage to the Lightning connector on y=
our iOS device. Not field-recording-worthy, in my book. Why buy an external=
 mic that may ruin your $600 phone when you can have a recorder with built-=
in mics that doesn't have that Achilles' heel for $120?


> On Feb 25, 2018, at 3:21 PM,  wrote:
> 2. any experience good/bad with iOS stereo microphones?
>    Posted by:   <=
m> ccavigioli
>    Date: Sat Feb 24, 2018 4:42 pm ((PST))
> I recently posted about weaning myself off Sony MiniDISC stereo room/musi=
c recording and moving to Zoom H1n.  I'm not looking to record a band and m=
ultitrack ... just good ambient, immersive, stereo or binaural recording.  =
 Has anyone had experience with iOS stereo microphones for a iPhone 6+ like=
 one of these:
es <> https://= <https://www.micrevie=>
> At first glance, it seems this could be just about as good as a H1n type =
device in terms of portability and usability ... and the cost of the microp=
hones aren't farr off the cost of the whole recording unit.
> Does anyone have real, prior experience with this recording method compar=
ed to using a H1n-type unit?

"While a picture is worth a thousand words, a
sound is worth a thousand pictures." R. Murray Schafer via Bernie Krause.

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