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Re: H6 Batteries

frank cuta
 

It could be the XLR in the 8022. Yes, it will be interesting to see what
they say.
Frank

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Sent: Saturday, September 19, 2020 7:46 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] H6 Batteries


When you say connector, do you mean then it's a problem with the XLRs on
the cable? Because that says some not verry good things about that
cable. Like I said this is cable 2 now. The first being it's origenal.
It was fine for almost a month than all of the suddin the crackel
started. I bought this second cable. Same, fine for a bit, then during
my trip to Nicaragua and Costa Rica when I was recording the fire works
on Christmas the crackle was back. Now I have at times forgotten to shut
the battery switch off. I've asked AT about this and they clame that
though yes you should shut the battery off when using phantom meh won't
kill it if you forgot. What say you? I'm just asking cause they clame
things and also there's more details on the UK page that aren't on the
USA page. For instance the UK page says only use the battery when using
an unbalanced sorce. That to me means only use it when using the mini
XLR to 3.5 cable. Either way I'm sending the mic back but see why it's
hard to tell?

On 9/18/2020 9:56 PM, frank cuta wrote:
Sounds like a connector problem not an H6 problem. However I have got a
couple of real cheap condensers in the drawer and I will do some torture
test experimenting and let you know.

Expensive condenser mics are designed to be used in demanding
environments.
If they can't be plugged in and unplugged and handled normally without
doing damage then they are pretty useless in a recording studio.
Microphones (ribbons excluded) are not really fragile pieces of
equipment.

Frank


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From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Hamit
Campos
Sent: Friday, September 18, 2020 6:03 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] H6 Batteries


Ah I forget the vultage of that USB port. The H6 I meen. But if it were
to work keep me posted please. Also how many of you have had trouble
with your condencers after using them with the H6? This is the second
cable now for my AT-8022 stereo mic that crackles with phantum. You know
that kinda fire like crackel when a mike cable is ripping or something?
yeah that. Especially if I move it. Now don't wana jump to conclusions
here, don't wana put blame where none may belong as the 8022 is the only
phantum powered mic I have. So as well as somepoint sending the 8022
back with it's 5 pin mini into the mic and 2 regular XLRs into the H6
cable to AT I just wanted to ask here because it may be the mic. Also
maybe me. Are you not supposed to hand hold a phantum powered mic? Are
you not supposed to be moving it arround? Then finally I heard a tip
once that after the recording setion when you shut the phantom off will
in this case on the H6 it's best to wait a few minutes to unplug the
mic. The question on this and I perhaps should try and find that vid but
how much of a must is this I wander? The idea being that you should let
the phantom drain out before disconnecting the mic. So what power pack
do you have? Feel free to tell me more off list about it.

On 9/18/2020 8:08 PM, frank cuta wrote:
I agree this is a major pain with this machine. I have gone to the
Lithium
AA rechargeables that couple to a USB charging harness magnetically.
This
reduces the frustration a bit. But just the removal process from the
machine itself is more difficult than it needs to be. I have considered
powering my H6 from my large USB power bank (the big one that you can
start
a small car from), but I have not tried it yet.

Frank



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From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Hamit
Campos
Sent: Wednesday, September 16, 2020 3:23 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] H6 Batteries


Hi dain and friends. For you all that have the H recorders, how do you
all do about the batteries? Here's what I mean. Yes with the H6 well at
least with out of the box settings it's clamed you can get 13 hours of
batteries. But in the case of NIMH batteries like the Lithium ones I
assume it's not good to use them til flat than charge them. So how often
do you all recharge? I really don't get why Zoom didn't put the charger
thing in the H6 or the others I really don't. You have to take the
batteries out and put them in a charger. Must be mad annoying with
things like the F4 and F8N where you have 8 double A's. Now the F ones
at least beep when going low.






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Re: H6 Batteries

Hamit Campos
 

When you say connector, do you mean then it's a problem with the XLRs on the cable? Because that says some not verry good things about that cable. Like I said this is cable 2 now. The first being it's origenal. It was fine for almost a month than all of the suddin the crackel started. I bought this second cable. Same, fine for a bit, then during my trip to Nicaragua and Costa Rica when I was recording the fire works on Christmas the crackle was back. Now I have at times forgotten to shut the battery switch off. I've asked AT about this and they clame that though yes you should shut the battery off when using phantom meh won't kill it if you forgot. What say you? I'm just asking cause they clame things and also there's more details on the UK page that aren't on the USA page. For instance the UK page says only use the battery when using an unbalanced sorce. That to me means only use it when using the mini XLR to 3.5 cable. Either way I'm sending the mic back but see why it's hard to tell?

On 9/18/2020 9:56 PM, frank cuta wrote:
Sounds like a connector problem not an H6 problem. However I have got a
couple of real cheap condensers in the drawer and I will do some torture
test experimenting and let you know.

Expensive condenser mics are designed to be used in demanding environments.
If they can't be plugged in and unplugged and handled normally without
doing damage then they are pretty useless in a recording studio.
Microphones (ribbons excluded) are not really fragile pieces of equipment.

Frank


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From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Hamit
Campos
Sent: Friday, September 18, 2020 6:03 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] H6 Batteries


Ah I forget the vultage of that USB port. The H6 I meen. But if it were
to work keep me posted please. Also how many of you have had trouble
with your condencers after using them with the H6? This is the second
cable now for my AT-8022 stereo mic that crackles with phantum. You know
that kinda fire like crackel when a mike cable is ripping or something?
yeah that. Especially if I move it. Now don't wana jump to conclusions
here, don't wana put blame where none may belong as the 8022 is the only
phantum powered mic I have. So as well as somepoint sending the 8022
back with it's 5 pin mini into the mic and 2 regular XLRs into the H6
cable to AT I just wanted to ask here because it may be the mic. Also
maybe me. Are you not supposed to hand hold a phantum powered mic? Are
you not supposed to be moving it arround? Then finally I heard a tip
once that after the recording setion when you shut the phantom off will
in this case on the H6 it's best to wait a few minutes to unplug the
mic. The question on this and I perhaps should try and find that vid but
how much of a must is this I wander? The idea being that you should let
the phantom drain out before disconnecting the mic. So what power pack
do you have? Feel free to tell me more off list about it.

On 9/18/2020 8:08 PM, frank cuta wrote:
I agree this is a major pain with this machine. I have gone to the
Lithium
AA rechargeables that couple to a USB charging harness magnetically. This
reduces the frustration a bit. But just the removal process from the
machine itself is more difficult than it needs to be. I have considered
powering my H6 from my large USB power bank (the big one that you can
start
a small car from), but I have not tried it yet.

Frank



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From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Hamit
Campos
Sent: Wednesday, September 16, 2020 3:23 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] H6 Batteries


Hi dain and friends. For you all that have the H recorders, how do you
all do about the batteries? Here's what I mean. Yes with the H6 well at
least with out of the box settings it's clamed you can get 13 hours of
batteries. But in the case of NIMH batteries like the Lithium ones I
assume it's not good to use them til flat than charge them. So how often
do you all recharge? I really don't get why Zoom didn't put the charger
thing in the H6 or the others I really don't. You have to take the
batteries out and put them in a charger. Must be mad annoying with
things like the F4 and F8N where you have 8 double A's. Now the F ones
at least beep when going low.






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Re: H6 Batteries

Hamit Campos
 

Ah thanks Frank. Let me know. Yeah the AT-8022 is a $400 mic to be completely honest. It's stated use is for home video so mounting on your DSLR and for interviews than finally yes they do mention home studio. But yes please let me know as this is my first and only condencer. So just wanted to be awair before jumping to conclusions.

On 9/18/2020 9:56 PM, frank cuta wrote:
Sounds like a connector problem not an H6 problem. However I have got a
couple of real cheap condensers in the drawer and I will do some torture
test experimenting and let you know.

Expensive condenser mics are designed to be used in demanding environments.
If they can't be plugged in and unplugged and handled normally without
doing damage then they are pretty useless in a recording studio.
Microphones (ribbons excluded) are not really fragile pieces of equipment.

Frank


-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Hamit
Campos
Sent: Friday, September 18, 2020 6:03 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] H6 Batteries


Ah I forget the vultage of that USB port. The H6 I meen. But if it were
to work keep me posted please. Also how many of you have had trouble
with your condencers after using them with the H6? This is the second
cable now for my AT-8022 stereo mic that crackles with phantum. You know
that kinda fire like crackel when a mike cable is ripping or something?
yeah that. Especially if I move it. Now don't wana jump to conclusions
here, don't wana put blame where none may belong as the 8022 is the only
phantum powered mic I have. So as well as somepoint sending the 8022
back with it's 5 pin mini into the mic and 2 regular XLRs into the H6
cable to AT I just wanted to ask here because it may be the mic. Also
maybe me. Are you not supposed to hand hold a phantum powered mic? Are
you not supposed to be moving it arround? Then finally I heard a tip
once that after the recording setion when you shut the phantom off will
in this case on the H6 it's best to wait a few minutes to unplug the
mic. The question on this and I perhaps should try and find that vid but
how much of a must is this I wander? The idea being that you should let
the phantom drain out before disconnecting the mic. So what power pack
do you have? Feel free to tell me more off list about it.

On 9/18/2020 8:08 PM, frank cuta wrote:
I agree this is a major pain with this machine. I have gone to the
Lithium
AA rechargeables that couple to a USB charging harness magnetically. This
reduces the frustration a bit. But just the removal process from the
machine itself is more difficult than it needs to be. I have considered
powering my H6 from my large USB power bank (the big one that you can
start
a small car from), but I have not tried it yet.

Frank



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From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Hamit
Campos
Sent: Wednesday, September 16, 2020 3:23 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] H6 Batteries


Hi dain and friends. For you all that have the H recorders, how do you
all do about the batteries? Here's what I mean. Yes with the H6 well at
least with out of the box settings it's clamed you can get 13 hours of
batteries. But in the case of NIMH batteries like the Lithium ones I
assume it's not good to use them til flat than charge them. So how often
do you all recharge? I really don't get why Zoom didn't put the charger
thing in the H6 or the others I really don't. You have to take the
batteries out and put them in a charger. Must be mad annoying with
things like the F4 and F8N where you have 8 double A's. Now the F ones
at least beep when going low.






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Re: H6 Batteries

frank cuta
 

Sounds like a connector problem not an H6 problem. However I have got a
couple of real cheap condensers in the drawer and I will do some torture
test experimenting and let you know.

Expensive condenser mics are designed to be used in demanding environments.
If they can't be plugged in and unplugged and handled normally without
doing damage then they are pretty useless in a recording studio.
Microphones (ribbons excluded) are not really fragile pieces of equipment.

Frank

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Hamit
Campos
Sent: Friday, September 18, 2020 6:03 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] H6 Batteries


Ah I forget the vultage of that USB port. The H6 I meen. But if it were
to work keep me posted please. Also how many of you have had trouble
with your condencers after using them with the H6? This is the second
cable now for my AT-8022 stereo mic that crackles with phantum. You know
that kinda fire like crackel when a mike cable is ripping or something?
yeah that. Especially if I move it. Now don't wana jump to conclusions
here, don't wana put blame where none may belong as the 8022 is the only
phantum powered mic I have. So as well as somepoint sending the 8022
back with it's 5 pin mini into the mic and 2 regular XLRs into the H6
cable to AT I just wanted to ask here because it may be the mic. Also
maybe me. Are you not supposed to hand hold a phantum powered mic? Are
you not supposed to be moving it arround? Then finally I heard a tip
once that after the recording setion when you shut the phantom off will
in this case on the H6 it's best to wait a few minutes to unplug the
mic. The question on this and I perhaps should try and find that vid but
how much of a must is this I wander? The idea being that you should let
the phantom drain out before disconnecting the mic. So what power pack
do you have? Feel free to tell me more off list about it.

On 9/18/2020 8:08 PM, frank cuta wrote:
I agree this is a major pain with this machine. I have gone to the
Lithium
AA rechargeables that couple to a USB charging harness magnetically. This
reduces the frustration a bit. But just the removal process from the
machine itself is more difficult than it needs to be. I have considered
powering my H6 from my large USB power bank (the big one that you can
start
a small car from), but I have not tried it yet.

Frank



-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Hamit
Campos
Sent: Wednesday, September 16, 2020 3:23 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] H6 Batteries


Hi dain and friends. For you all that have the H recorders, how do you
all do about the batteries? Here's what I mean. Yes with the H6 well at
least with out of the box settings it's clamed you can get 13 hours of
batteries. But in the case of NIMH batteries like the Lithium ones I
assume it's not good to use them til flat than charge them. So how often
do you all recharge? I really don't get why Zoom didn't put the charger
thing in the H6 or the others I really don't. You have to take the
batteries out and put them in a charger. Must be mad annoying with
things like the F4 and F8N where you have 8 double A's. Now the F ones
at least beep when going low.







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Re: H6 Batteries

Hamit Campos
 

Ah I forget the vultage of that USB port. The H6 I meen. But if it were to work keep me posted please. Also how many of you have had trouble with your condencers after using them with the H6? This is the second cable now for my AT-8022 stereo mic that crackles with phantum. You know that kinda fire like crackel when a mike cable is ripping or something? yeah that. Especially if I move it. Now don't wana jump to conclusions here, don't wana put blame where none may belong as the 8022 is the only phantum powered mic I have. So as well as somepoint sending the 8022 back with it's 5 pin mini into the mic and 2 regular XLRs into the H6 cable to AT I just wanted to ask here because it may be the mic. Also maybe me. Are you not supposed to hand hold a phantum powered mic? Are you not supposed to be moving it arround? Then finally I heard a tip once that after the recording setion when you shut the phantom off will in this case on the H6 it's best to wait a few minutes to unplug the mic. The question on this and I perhaps should try and find that vid but how much of a must is this I wander? The idea being that you should let the phantom drain out before disconnecting the mic. So what power pack do you have? Feel free to tell me more off list about it.

On 9/18/2020 8:08 PM, frank cuta wrote:
I agree this is a major pain with this machine. I have gone to the Lithium
AA rechargeables that couple to a USB charging harness magnetically. This
reduces the frustration a bit. But just the removal process from the
machine itself is more difficult than it needs to be. I have considered
powering my H6 from my large USB power bank (the big one that you can start
a small car from), but I have not tried it yet.

Frank



-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Hamit
Campos
Sent: Wednesday, September 16, 2020 3:23 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] H6 Batteries


Hi dain and friends. For you all that have the H recorders, how do you
all do about the batteries? Here's what I mean. Yes with the H6 well at
least with out of the box settings it's clamed you can get 13 hours of
batteries. But in the case of NIMH batteries like the Lithium ones I
assume it's not good to use them til flat than charge them. So how often
do you all recharge? I really don't get why Zoom didn't put the charger
thing in the H6 or the others I really don't. You have to take the
batteries out and put them in a charger. Must be mad annoying with
things like the F4 and F8N where you have 8 double A's. Now the F ones
at least beep when going low.


Re: H6 Batteries

frank cuta
 

I agree this is a major pain with this machine. I have gone to the Lithium
AA rechargeables that couple to a USB charging harness magnetically. This
reduces the frustration a bit. But just the removal process from the
machine itself is more difficult than it needs to be. I have considered
powering my H6 from my large USB power bank (the big one that you can start
a small car from), but I have not tried it yet.

Frank

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Hamit
Campos
Sent: Wednesday, September 16, 2020 3:23 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] H6 Batteries


Hi dain and friends. For you all that have the H recorders, how do you
all do about the batteries? Here's what I mean. Yes with the H6 well at
least with out of the box settings it's clamed you can get 13 hours of
batteries. But in the case of NIMH batteries like the Lithium ones I
assume it's not good to use them til flat than charge them. So how often
do you all recharge? I really don't get why Zoom didn't put the charger
thing in the H6 or the others I really don't. You have to take the
batteries out and put them in a charger. Must be mad annoying with
things like the F4 and F8N where you have 8 double A's. Now the F ones
at least beep when going low.


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Noisy Balls Debuts Thursday.

Colin Howard
 

Greetings,

When I read the subject line, I only read "noisy balls" which made my mind
go into over-boggling status, but on reading the whole post, perhaps this is
something worth following up.

On Thu, 17 Sep 2020 13:57:38 +1000, "Marco Curralejo" <marco.curr@...>
wrote:

Hi everyone,

Well, in less than 24 hours, Noisy Balls, the world's first blind cricket
podcast, will be debuting on your favourite podcast player.

Here are the all-important links you will need so you can easily tune in and
subscribe.

If you would like to look at our website and episode trailer, go on over to

https://www.noisyballs.com

and you will be able to subscribe to the podcast using the links provided
there, as well as check out the Facebook group.

If you are using an Android or iOS device, you can go into any podcast
player, i.e. Google Podcasts, Podcast Addict, Apple Podcasts, Overcast,
downcast, basically anything that has pod or cast in its name, and search
for Noisy Balls and we will automatically pop up and I encourage you to
subscribe so you do not miss any of our shows.

FYI, we are listed in Spotify, Deezer, TuneIn, iHeartRadio and Pandora, so
if you use these providers, look us up and you will be able to subscribe
that way as well.

You can also use a Google or Alexa smart device or speaker and ask it to
"play the latest episode of Noisy Balls" and you can even ask that device to
subscribe you to the podcast whilst it is playing.

As a last resort, if you are having trouble finding us, you can copy and
paste the following RSS link into any podcast player and Noisy Balls will
immediately pop up:

https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1330621.rss

If you require any assistance, shoot me through an email to

feedback@...

and I would be happy to talk you through the whole process.

Finally, you can join in on the conversation on Facebook at

https://www.facebook.com/groups/noisyballs

Having already pre-recorded a few episodes, I would suggest that even if you
are not a cricket fan, I truly feel that you will get a lot out of this
podcast, as we will have regular guests contributing who's life stories are
truly astounding.

Warm regards,

Marco Curralejo

Website: https://www.noisyballs.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/noisyballs



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H6 Batteries

Hamit Campos
 

Hi dain and friends. For you all that have the H recorders, how do you all do about the batteries? Here's what I mean. Yes with the H6 well at least with out of the box settings it's clamed you can get 13 hours of batteries. But in the case of NIMH batteries like the Lithium ones I assume it's not good to use them til flat than charge them. So how often do you all recharge? I really don't get why Zoom didn't put the charger thing in the H6 or the others I really don't. You have to take the batteries out and put them in a charger. Must be mad annoying with things like the F4 and F8N where you have 8 double A's. Now the F ones at least beep when going low.


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Re: Changing Folders on an Olympus LS100

Hamit Campos
 

Ah I can't remember if Neal explains this in his podcast. i think he did mention it but in passing as it were. Thus I can't remember either.

On 9/14/2020 8:23 PM, Frank Ventura wrote:
Hi all does anyone know how to change folders on an Olympus LS100? After starting it I hit the enter button 3 times and it says Folder A. How can I move to another folder?
Thanks
Frank Ventura

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Changing Folders on an Olympus LS100

Frank Ventura
 

Hi all does anyone know how to change folders on an Olympus LS100? After starting it I hit the enter button 3 times and it says Folder A. How can I move to another folder?
Thanks
Frank Ventura


a strange cd writing problem, now solved.

Colin Howard
 

Greetings,

My disc writing problem has been solved, really, it proved to be very simple
but, to me, not obvious, though, to be honest it had occurred to me as a
passing thought.

Below, is a list of the tracks I planned to write, but there are two names
associated with track 7, the first name is the one which would not work, the
second is the name of the file which works.

It seems the name given to the track was too long, nothing came up when
using BurnForFree advising of the problem.

1 - A note from Colin.mp3

2 - Geoff Barker 2007 11 10 second hour contains a chat with Vince Egor.mp3

3 - Geoff Barker 2014 02 22 - second hour music and chat with Vince Ega.mp3

4 - Geoff Barker 2015 06 06 - including a talk with British Rock‘n’Roll
pioneer Vince Eager about his album '75 Not Out'.mp3

5 - Geoff Barker 2016 01 09 - with Charlie Gracie and Vince Eager.mp3

6 - Geoff Barker 2017 01 28 with Vince Eager.mp3

7 - Geoff Barker 2017 09 30 A Tribute to Jack Good, where Geoff talks with
singer, Vince Eager, about his memories of the legendary TV and
record-producer.mp3

7 - Geoff Barker 2017 09 30 A Tribute to Jack Good, where Geoff talks with
singer, Vince Eager, about his memories of the legendary TV and
record-producer.mp3

8 - Geoff Barker 2018 08 12 includes a chat with Billy Fury's friend and
package-tour partner, Vince Eager.mp3

I have now written the disc and all tracks play properly from the disc.



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2 channels good enough?

Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...>
 

Hi everyone.
I may have mentioned the item I’ve been saving for over the last 6 or so months, a new Denon DRA800H amplifier for the Den.
I received the amp last week and boy, was the wait worth the while.
I mention this amp for those who are reluctant or just plain don’t want to go down the surround-sound path, fair enough.
I had thought about putting a Soundbar in the den but.. well.. if I were going to go down that track then it wouldn’t have been a job well done for me, I would have preferred something like what I have in the lounge I the form of the Denon AVR-X3400, a bit of an overkill for the den.
So I settled on the 2 channel Denon DRA800H and what a choice.
Firstly this amp - though it is a true Hi-Fi Audiophile amp in the true sense of the world - has 5 HDMI inputs and 1 HDMI output so its all available to you should you want to put a small Television into your system which is exactly what I had been thinking about for the Den, an easy solution to one problem.
Whilst this Amp has a modern-day touch with the HDMI facilities many of your old favourites on an old school amp still exist such as a reasonable Fono input and 3 pairs of RCA analogue line level inputs along with 3 digital inputs - 1 coax and 2 optical.
The Amp has a USB round the front for either a USB stick full of your favourite music tracks or direct connection to your Smartphone, take your pick.
If this isn’t enough you have a whole host of streaming options at your fingertips including Airplay2, DLNa and Googlecast along with Bluetooth.
It’s with the Bluetooth that things really start to get interesting as you can stream from the amp and not just to it.
Streaming a source from the amp is a real God Send if you have bluetooth compatible hearing Instruments or you wish to use your magnificent pair of Bluetooth cans, streaming to my Hearing Instruments has added a new dimension to my music listening that I’ve never had before from my audio equipment.
The DRA800H can be controlled by both the Denon HEOS and Denon aVR Apple for Android and IOS.
HEOS allows for streaming of music servers to the DRA800H including Spotify, iHeart radio, Tune-In, Tidal and lots more.
The amp is also Alexa and Google Home compatible.


a strange cd writing problem.

Colin Howard
 

Greetings,

I was informed only six files had been found, I have now checked and made
sure all 8 files are in the folder.

On Sat, 12 Sep 2020 20:11:28 +0100, "Colin Howard" <Colin@...> wrote:

-Greetings,
-
-I am having a strange cd writing problem which, maybe, somebody can solve.
-
-I have a brand new cd writer which is an USB device, working no problems on
-my Windows 7 desktop.
-
-I want to write an .mp3 audio disc, I am using BurnAware Free.
-
-I tried setting this up but initially the size of 8 tracks was well over
the
-disc capacity, I decided to reduce sampling from 44,100 160KBPS stereo,
-initially to 32,000 160KBPS stereo, tried this on one track, when adding
the
-sizes for the remainder, still more than disc capacity. I therefore
-reluctantly resorted to 24,000 96KBPS stereo, giving me a size well within
-the disc capacity.
-
-First write gave no problems but on checking the disc found track 7 would
-not play though looking at properties Etc. seemed no problem, all other
-tracks played fine.
-
-I wondered if as all tracks played ok from the hard disc, maybe the file
-might be corrupted, I therefore put it through GoldWave, still using V5.70,
-removed a few seconds from the file's end which took the form of notice
-given to hear programs later on the western regional local BBC services,
-saved the file no problems.
-
-I then tried a second disk from the same batch of Maxels used for the first
-disc, exactly the same results, all but track 7 played.
-
-This time, I also tried calling up Winamp from the desktop, pressed l and
-entered h:\ pressed enter, could see the disk but strangely, track 7 was
-missing.
-
-I have put the folder into DropBox and wonder might somebody find a
-solution? I will leave the folder available until the end of September and
-would welcome any feedback.
-
-Folder Name:
- jones
-
-DropBox Folder DownLoad Link:
-https://www.dropbox.com/sh/8cawyqr52ehsmxw/AAD59eb7cCmroKEnTWy78wRna?dl=0
-
-
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a strange cd writing problem.

Colin Howard
 

Greetings,

I am having a strange cd writing problem which, maybe, somebody can solve.

I have a brand new cd writer which is an USB device, working no problems on
my Windows 7 desktop.

I want to write an .mp3 audio disc, I am using BurnAware Free.

I tried setting this up but initially the size of 8 tracks was well over the
disc capacity, I decided to reduce sampling from 44,100 160KBPS stereo,
initially to 32,000 160KBPS stereo, tried this on one track, when adding the
sizes for the remainder, still more than disc capacity. I therefore
reluctantly resorted to 24,000 96KBPS stereo, giving me a size well within
the disc capacity.

First write gave no problems but on checking the disc found track 7 would
not play though looking at properties Etc. seemed no problem, all other
tracks played fine.

I wondered if as all tracks played ok from the hard disc, maybe the file
might be corrupted, I therefore put it through GoldWave, still using V5.70,
removed a few seconds from the file's end which took the form of notice
given to hear programs later on the western regional local BBC services,
saved the file no problems.

I then tried a second disk from the same batch of Maxels used for the first
disc, exactly the same results, all but track 7 played.

This time, I also tried calling up Winamp from the desktop, pressed l and
entered h:\ pressed enter, could see the disk but strangely, track 7 was
missing.

I have put the folder into DropBox and wonder might somebody find a
solution? I will leave the folder available until the end of September and
would welcome any feedback.

Folder Name:
jones

DropBox Folder DownLoad Link:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/8cawyqr52ehsmxw/AAD59eb7cCmroKEnTWy78wRna?dl=0



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Re: line to phono level adaptor?

Barry Chapman
 

That is what I said. You can use one or the other, but not both at once. If
you want to be able to switch between rather than mix inputs for one
channel, you are better off buying a switch box which you can connect to
your mixer. Ones with three stereo RCA inputs to one stereo RCA output are
readily available.

Regards,
Barry Chapman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of goshawk
on horseback
Sent: Saturday, 12 September 2020 10:15 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] line to phono level adaptor?
Importance: High

I can, as there is a switch for phono or line on each channel, and each has
2 sets of sockets, one for line, and the other set for phono.

Simon


----- Original Message -----
From: "Barry Chapman" <barry@...>
To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, September 12, 2020 12:42 AM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] line to phono level adaptor?


Hi Simon,

Many mixers have alternative microphone and line or phono and line inputs
for some channels. What is usually the case is that you can use one or the
other, but not both together. So if you have a four channel mixer, you
probably can't use both the line input and phono input on the same
channel.

Therefore, what you want to do probably wouldn't work.

Regards,
Barry Chapman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of
goshawk
on horseback
Sent: Saturday, 12 September 2020 9:13 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] line to phono level adaptor?
Importance: High

hello all,
does anyone know if there is any bit of kit out there which would let one
plug a line level source, in to a phono level channel?
I have a nice mixer, that has 4 channels which have both line and phono
inputs, but on which I use mainly line level sources. so if I could get
something that would let me use line level sources on the phono inputs, it
would mean that I would have 8 sets of inputs available, rather than just
4,
hope that makes sense.

Simon







Re: line to phono level adaptor?

goshawk on horseback
 

I can, as there is a switch for phono or line on each channel, and each has 2 sets of sockets, one for line, and the other set for phono.

Simon

----- Original Message -----
From: "Barry Chapman" <barry@...>
To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, September 12, 2020 12:42 AM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] line to phono level adaptor?


Hi Simon,

Many mixers have alternative microphone and line or phono and line inputs
for some channels. What is usually the case is that you can use one or the
other, but not both together. So if you have a four channel mixer, you
probably can't use both the line input and phono input on the same channel.

Therefore, what you want to do probably wouldn't work.

Regards,
Barry Chapman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of goshawk
on horseback
Sent: Saturday, 12 September 2020 9:13 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] line to phono level adaptor?
Importance: High

hello all,
does anyone know if there is any bit of kit out there which would let one
plug a line level source, in to a phono level channel?
I have a nice mixer, that has 4 channels which have both line and phono
inputs, but on which I use mainly line level sources. so if I could get
something that would let me use line level sources on the phono inputs, it
would mean that I would have 8 sets of inputs available, rather than just 4,
hope that makes sense.

Simon






Re: line to phono level adaptor?

Barry Chapman
 

Hi Simon,

Many mixers have alternative microphone and line or phono and line inputs
for some channels. What is usually the case is that you can use one or the
other, but not both together. So if you have a four channel mixer, you
probably can't use both the line input and phono input on the same channel.

Therefore, what you want to do probably wouldn't work.

Regards,
Barry Chapman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of goshawk
on horseback
Sent: Saturday, 12 September 2020 9:13 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] line to phono level adaptor?
Importance: High

hello all,
does anyone know if there is any bit of kit out there which would let one
plug a line level source, in to a phono level channel?
I have a nice mixer, that has 4 channels which have both line and phono
inputs, but on which I use mainly line level sources. so if I could get
something that would let me use line level sources on the phono inputs, it
would mean that I would have 8 sets of inputs available, rather than just 4,
hope that makes sense.

Simon


line to phono level adaptor?

goshawk on horseback
 

hello all,
does anyone know if there is any bit of kit out there which would let one plug a line level source, in to a phono level channel?
I have a nice mixer, that has 4 channels which have both line and phono inputs, but on which I use mainly line level sources. so if I could get something that would let me use line level sources on the phono inputs, it would mean that I would have 8 sets of inputs available, rather than just 4, hope that makes sense.

Simon


Re: Bluetooth Audio Receiver to automobile

Tony Sweeney
 

Hi folk,


Thanks for response to date.


I'm aware that the receivers may not provide the best audio but for a car/vehicle I could live with that.


The automobile has a standard three MM socket.


I think from reading another thread here it might appear that I'd need to upgrade the receiver to maybe Bluetooth 5?


I just need to know what version of the receiver to buy?


Tony

On 03/09/2020 14:09, stewartross via groups.io wrote:
re the audio receivers
i beleve u can get dab to fm and fm to dab converters for your cars.
re those fm transmitters there ok but not bery powerful.
if u no someone who can build u one that might be a result.
also the audio from those fm senders r crap and don't have the correct preemthasist in them.
from stew
----- Original Message ----- From: "Jesse Tregarthen" <jessetregarthen@...>
To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Wednesday, September 02, 2020 11:54 PM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Bluetooth Audio Receiver to vehicle


Hello,

What types of connections do your car system have? Does it have an aux jack which would be the size of a standard headphone jack? Or possibly bluetooth built in? Or is there no connections on the front like that? If that's the case you might have to pull out the stereo and see if there's another way to connect that. I'm leaving it open for anybody to please correct me if I'm wrong because I don't know that much about car stereos. I do know somebody who used to have a device called an FM transmitter that they'd plug into the cigarette lighter and they could tune to an FM frequency on their car radio and set this thing to run on that frequency provided there was no local station on that frequency. He could connect his phone to the transmitter and it would send the music to the car stereo through the frequency on the car radio. It wasn't perfect but it worked when there was nothing better. Best,
Jesse

Sent from Planet Apple

On Sep 2, 2020, at 3:40 PM, Tony Sweeney <tonymsweeney@...> wrote:
???Hi Gina, all,


We are wondering what kind of Bluetooth Audio Receiver we can get for our Seat vehicle?


We have one about over a year old but whereas it works in the home it doesn't unfortunately work in the car.


As a matter of interest we use a detachable speaker in the vehicle which works not too dad but it would be great to be able to connect the iPhone to the car's own sound system.


So which BAR model should we get?


Thanks,


Tony Sweeney

On 01/09/2020 22:27, Georgina Joyce wrote:
Hello Steve,

I believe they have stopped making them but I am sure you would be able to get one from somewhere. I am talking about the Google Chrome Audio Cast It is a little run disk shaped unit with a 3.5mm socket. Which you can plug into your amplifier. For the money they are excellent sound quality. A great way to stream audio.

I am not sure but an Echo Dot linked to your amplifier would also work if you paired via bluetooth your computer. Sound quality not as good as the audio cast but very reasonable.. You could probably ask the echo to play your favourite  radio station. So no computer needed.

Regards,

On 30 Aug 2020, at 22:58, Steve Gomes <finnygomes@q.com> wrote:
I have all of my music as mp3 files on the computer. The computer is
upstairs and the stereo is downstairs in a town house. For about four years
I used an audio engine w3 wireless to send the music down to the stereo. It
would cut out once in a while it wasn't too bad but lately it cut out so
many times that I couldn't stand it and took it out. Then I took an old
computer moved it downstairs  put the music on it and used a cable  from the
sound card  to the stereo. It works fine. This old computer cannot have
access to the internet. Also I like to listen to accuradio. So I can only
listen to my collection. That's okay. When I get a new computer, I will put
my current one down there and hook it to the stereo and wirelessly have it
connect to the modem upstairs. The computer has a little antenna on it so I
think I can use wi-fi to get the internet that way. I wish I could use just
one computer and send the music downstairs but I don't think that is
possible. The town houses are attached and everybody has wi-fi and wireless
everything which interfered with the audio engine. All of this stuff is on
the 2.4 gigahertz band. Does anyone have any ideas on how I could send the
music downstairs without interference?  We can't use a long cable. No longer
than ten feet. Also I use winamp 566 to play the music. Is there another
program that you think works better? I have about 18 gigs of it. thank you
very much
Georgina


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searching for the audiobook the tunnel

John Heath
 

Hi! Looking for the book “The Tunnel” by A. B. Yehoshua. Thanks in advance!