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And as I understand there are no mic-in on the H120 as I understood there are on the 320, right?
Both, the H1x0 and H3x0, have an internal mic, and both of them have line-in
â€¦.So, of particular interest to anyone hoping to record with an H3x0 is the line-in port. Compared to the line-in jacks on most recording equipment, the H3x0's line-in jack is unique because, unlike most implementations that involve two separate jacks, one for line-in and the other for mic-in, the jack on the H3x0s that's labled "line-in" can serve as either. If your intention is to use the line-in jack to record audio from a microphone or other audio devices, the user must select through the user interface which of the two modes (line-in or mic-in) the jack should work in.
But anyway ... im pretty sure itÂ´s not possible with the H120, asked just in case
Actually both of them use one jack for line-in and mic-in .
have u got any experience of recording with those mics or similliar mics on the H120?
... anyway, I dont think this is possible on H120 ...
QuoteActually both of them use one jack for line-in and mic-in .I know that, but it seems to be possible on the H3x0 to change the impedance on that jack so the one and the same jack can work as both mic-in and line-in.anyway, I dont think this is possible on H120 and my main question is not about that. ItÂ´s about microphones. so anyone got any suggestion for me?/ Perik
I know that, but it seems to be possible on the H3x0 to change the impedance on that jack so the one and the same jack can work as both mic-in and line-in.
Mono and stereo schematics
The OKM and surely other mics work very well with H120/140 and do not require a separate pre-amp.
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