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Old April 30th, 2005, 10:48 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Paul Park
I've been asked to do a wedding, and since it's not my normal 'gig' I dont want to invest a lot of money for something I may use once or twice. The Iriver option sounds appealing. I have a question.. will any mp3 recording device work? I found a 1gb recorder that sells for a really good price and is very portable. Is everyone using the Iriver 795 because of its price? Or does it have superior audio qualities?
I use the iRiver brand, 2 different models. 795 and 895. I am sure any mp3 with line in recording might work. Many people use Sony's Mini Disc and they are very happy with the results.

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Old May 1st, 2005, 01:31 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by Kevin Brumfield
I have the 795 and the Azden EX-503 mic. When I have recorded with them I only get sound in the left channel. Is this normal? I am using LINE-IN and STEREO for my settings. Thanks for any help.

Greets Kevin,
All standard mics will give the result youre getting, but the Giant Squid iRiver mic is wired for true iRiver mono which will double your record time and only have one track. Apparently, the iRiver jack looks for the mono wire to be soldered to the opposite post than all standard mono mics. Makes no sense for them to do that.
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