Introduction

This guide will examine some of the common problems related to volume issues involved with microphone recordings.

Image 1/2: To change this setting, change switch to the 120 degree recording range. Image 2/2: To change this setting, change switch to the 120 degree recording range.
  • Often when using the recording range of 90 degrees, a low recording occurs. This particular setting seems tailored towards a much louder object, such as a musical instrument, etc.

  • To change this setting, change switch to the 120 degree recording range.

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  • Another problem involves the stereo jack of the microphone being inserted into the wrong output of the external device.

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Image 1/2: Always remember to insert stereo jack into the microplug, or "red" input. Image 2/2: Always remember to insert stereo jack into the microplug, or "red" input.
  • In this particular external device, the Sony MiniDisc player, the microphone stereo jack can mistakenly be inserted into the laptop, or "white" input.

  • Always remember to insert stereo jack into the microplug, or "red" input.

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  • Some volume issues could be related to other external devices, such as a laptop. This particular microphone was not designed to be used with a computer.

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Image 1/1: Simply insert soundcard into a USB input in the laptop
  • One solution is to use a device such as a USB soundcard, which can be purchased online or at most electronics stores.

  • Simply insert soundcard into a USB input in the laptop

  • Insert stereo jack of microphone into the soundcard input marked with the "microphone" symbol.

  • This may resolve laptop related problems related to low volume during recordings.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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