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- You can plug in a extra mics in the bottom, giving you the option to record 4 totally different channels at once.
- The device will save it as 2 stereo files, regardless of what you do
- Get the free audacity software. Drag the WAV files in, "Split Stereo to mono" and you are golden.

By J. Hertsens on October 21, 2014
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Yes indeed, with the built in microphones you require a quiet place, or a soundproof room. Or you cn plug a less sesitive mic and get all the sounf from piano only
By Valente Espinosa Islas on April 9, 2014
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BIG difference, new model doesn't bring
* AC Adapter
* 2 GB SD Card… see more
BIG difference, new model doesn't bring
* AC Adapter
* 2 GB SD Card
* Windscreen
* Mic Clip Adapter
* USB Cable
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By VIDEOSCOPE INC. on April 21, 2015 SELLER
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1st, connecting up inputs to the line inputs 1 and or 2 causes the HN4 to automatically select those as inputs. Otherwise, there is a toggle on the front, "MIC" or INPUT1-INPUT2. Pressing MIC selects MIC (the power up default). Pressing EITHER 1 or 2 inputs select both input 1 and 2. The "MTR" mode is more comp… see more 1st, connecting up inputs to the line inputs 1 and or 2 causes the HN4 to automatically select those as inputs. Otherwise, there is a toggle on the front, "MIC" or INPUT1-INPUT2. Pressing MIC selects MIC (the power up default). Pressing EITHER 1 or 2 inputs select both input 1 and 2. The "MTR" mode is more complicated, as you can record from MIC or input1 and 2 in various combinations. I've not had a reason to use that. see less
By Juanboy2k on July 15, 2014
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Yes, that should be do-able.
By Leonard M. Struttmann on January 4, 2014
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That is a very good question.
As I do use the phantom power almost all the time with live recordings, which tend to take several hours, I use the AC adaptor a great deal and have not relied on battery power do to the long recording times. That being said, phantom power is a very low current "voltage source" and dose no… see more
That is a very good question.
As I do use the phantom power almost all the time with live recordings, which tend to take several hours, I use the AC adaptor a great deal and have not relied on battery power do to the long recording times. That being said, phantom power is a very low current "voltage source" and dose not us any real power. In short you should be able to record for a relatively long period of time on battery power. If no AC power is not available and it is a very long recording and you are afraid of losing power, during a break in the audio, drop in a new set of batteries. It will go to a new file but that should not de an issue. see less

By Sound Engineer on January 17, 2014
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Hello, I use it for my radio program, and I do believe it would be rather costly for just conversaitons. This is a great recorder very clear.
By Joseph A. Woods on February 12, 2013
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You can do it if you get an in-line attenuator. The attenuator will convert the line signal to a mic signal which the recorder understands and then you can record...I think I paid about $35 for my attenuator but that was a while ago (brand is Shure)...hope that helps
By LJP on July 21, 2014
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Have no idea. Works alright for me.
By Al on April 9, 2014
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China. Engineered in Japan. Manufactured in China.
By SoCal Recoverer on November 21, 2013