- Nov 22, 2010
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here's a real find, an XLR adapter for Droids.
I've already ordered mine.
Droid XLR microphone adapter - 3.5mm 4 conductor TRRS Male to 3-Pin XLR Female Microphone Input Jack
Probably no fantom power though
Sent from my DROIDX using DroidForums App
The sales page for the adapter says it works with the Droid (original). I'm unclear on how this works... the only 3.5mm jack is the headphone jack. Can that double as a recording jack? That would be great but then you still can't do multitrack as you couldn't monitor previous tracks.
Looks nice, thanks for sharing that.
So you guys are getting decent tracks from your phone?
I tried using mine yesterday and got totally smoked by an iPhone. I tried RecForge, Recordoid, and Sound Recorder apps. recForge was the only one that gave encoding options, but the resulting tracks were 'jumpy' and just skipped over a lot of data. Would love to use the phone as a portable diary, but the files weren't usable, ESP compared to the iPhone using its stock app.
I'll look for the Hi-Q app, but I really feel like it was more the phone letting me down than the app. Any ideas?