Mic drivers meaning preamps, I suppose?sax512 wrote:Thank you for your encouragement. I sent you a e-mail. I use a Focusrite Saffire 24 and custom made mic drivers.
OK got it, I call them also preamps, more properly pre-preampssax512 wrote:No, the preamps are the ones in the Focusrite. The drivers are the circuits that are usually inside a standard microphone and provide the first stage of amplification. With my microphone the capsules are located apart from the drivers, inside the binaural head, and the drivers are attached to them by a long shielded cable.
1. Yes, the mics were too close ... but that brings out the difference between them strongersax512 wrote:That makes sense. I guess the boominess [1.] i hear is due to close positioning of the mics, and the impedance match is electronics 101. [2.] I(s) there any difference when you specify blumlein configuration rather than not, as in 1 vs. 4?
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