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Re: Live recording




On 08/03/17 05:23, Rodolfo Medina wrote:
The mic input on my PC [may be] stereo.  In fact, it is a laptop, nay a
netbook, doesn't have a line in and it is reasonable that its mic
input is also a line in;

What is the make and model of your netbook?


My Dell Inspiron E1505 laptop has a stereo microphone connector. When I run an OS with good sound support, the audio mixer applet includes a means (e.g. checkbox) for selecting between microphone or line-level signals.


On 08/03/17 11:15, Rodolfo Medina wrote:
Jeremy Nicoll <jn.ml.dbn.25@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

Look at: https://i.ytimg.com/vi/x1q9MXvjDlM/maxresdefault.jpg

All four my mics, all my headphones, all my adaptors, are all of type
2 in the picture, where it says `stereo'.


On 08/03/17 06:19, Rodolfo Medina wrote:
Jeremy Nicoll <jn.ml.dbn.25@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

What makes and models are your mics?

I can't tell, because they're old and I don't keep their specs.  One
of them was given to me about 15 years ago, the other I don't even
remember how I have it.  But I've got another teo: they are, each of
them, part of a headphone. They also let hear the recorded sound from
both channels. They are:

http://www.trust.com/it/product/11916-primo-chat-headset

and

http://www.trust.com/it/product/20685-mauro-headset

Do the headsets have one or two phone plugs? What color or colors? What size or sizes -- original 1/4 inch, miniature 3.5 mm, or sub-miniature 2.5 mm?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phone_connector_(audio)#Modern_connectors


What size are the phone plugs on the non-headset microphones?


David