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  1. Hi there brubart, Switching the inputs from mic to line certainly did the trick...all recordings of the band have been crystal clear! The band are all very impressed...they end up hearing much more afterwards from the recording than when the do on stage! Thanks again, Hombre
  2. Hi there, I've recently bought a Korg MR-1 recorder which is excellent, it comes bundled with a tiny CM-2M stereo electret condenser mic, which is a pretty good all-rounder... however, I want to record my wife's band (Amy Blue) at their gigs and sessions in an 'audio-archive' capacity. At the moment the tiny mic handles most of the sound, however it is susceptible to distortion at the higher ends at volume. Does anyone have any recommendations on an alternative microphone I could use? I've managed to get the following information about the CM-2M mic; Element: Condenser, electret Polar Pattern: Stereo, directional Frequency Response: 100 -12,000Hz (12kHz) Sensitivity: 58dB +/-3dB, 1 kHz at 1 Pa Impedance: 680 Ohms Cable Length: 3.28 feet Weight: 1.76 ounces with cable +3V phantom power The MR-1 allows you to record via 2 mini stereo phone in plugs, these can be set to power the mic (+3v) or line. Any ideas? Thanks in advance Hombre