one more quirk about the LS-10
I just remembered. If you put the zoom mic feature into the highest zoom
setting, the unit becomes a mono recorder. That's fine, especially if
recording interviews, it may be desirable, but it also converts the line
level input into mono only. That's really dumb IMO. Why should a mic
input setting affect anything about the line input setting?
Once I figured it out it was no problem to be aware of and set properly.
Lou Judson wrote:
> Typo! that is 96k. I used it on a small ensemble live concert last
> Sunday and found the Zoom Q3 very very good - hardly distinquishable
> from my 744T record made at the same time and placement.
> On Mar 18, 2010, at 8:31 AM, Lou Judson wrote:
> Zoom H2 or H4n. Their small video unit, Q3, has excellent sound also and
> the picture can be switched off for audio only, it records from smallest
> MP3 clear up to 86k and it is under $250. I think these are the best
> values in the entire range...
> Lou Judson • Intuitive Audio
> On Mar 18, 2010, at 6:15 AM, Jones, Randye wrote:
> Good morning.
> I'm looking for a small digital recorder that will a good job of
> capturing the singing voice. Most I've seen are more suited to
> recording speech. Any suggestions? BTW, price *is* an object.
> Thanks, Randye