Well, the phone mikes is good yes, but I wouldn't go as far as to say
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rather have those instead of a recorder. And with many of them you
cannot here speech unless if they have a headphone out and sometimes
you want to use it without and then you have no speech so I won't rely
on that alone.
On 5/30/20, Georgina Joyce <gena@...> wrote:
Well they talk about headphones in the video, why don’t you watch it. Free
earphones that come with the phone are not liked.
But what for? Best for music or evaluations of voice and music? This thread
is about assessing microphones. So you would want a good flat pair. Where as
if you want them to listen to music dependent upon what kind of music you
would want to use them for. You would want some headphones that are
engineered for that purpose.
Like mics, you can spend all kinds of silly money. Podcastage did mention
the good old Sony 7506.
How much do I want to spend?
What do I want to use them for?
What are my comfort requirements?
On 30 May 2020, at 16:11, stewartross via groups.ioGena
don't no if this on the list
what is the best headphones and mic to get for an i fone 8?
----- Original Message ----- From: "Georgina Joyce" <gena@...>
Sent: Saturday, May 30, 2020 3:42 PM
Subject: [all-audio] On Mics again
Having just watched a booth Junky video where he points out that a phone
microphone is probably good enough and money should be spent on deadening
audio reflections rather than a mic. In respect of voice recording. He
refers to another video about reviewing mics by Curtis Jud and Bandrew
Scott from Podcastage. You might agree with me a well worth listen.
All the best
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