» Posts Tagged ‘Audio interface’

13Jan Used Gear watch: Beachtek DXA-SLR DSLR audio adapter

I’ve had a Beachtek DXA-SLR audio adapter in my kit for a number of years and while the pre-amps aren’t as good as the ones offered by Juicedlink, the DXA-SLR makes up for it by offering a much more user friendly interface and far superior mounting options. While the DXA-SLR will normally set you back around $300 […]

21Apr Tascam DR-60D Audio testing with samples

Here are the audio tests you’ve been asking for of the Tascam DR-60D.  This first sample is taken directly from the 5d mark III which is fed from the camera out port on the left hand side of the Tascam DR-60D. The output volume control on that port is set to 10. In this case the DR-60D is […]

23Nov iRig Pre after hack testing

It seems there is some confusion about the iRig Pre Hack I posted. You could use the adapter cable (on the right) to brake out the pins on the included iOS cable into a microphone output and a headphone input but this is messy and the headphone part of the cable is basically useless for none […]

22Nov iRig Pre DSLR Audio Hack

I was looking at the iRig Pre and realized it would be very easy to use the built in headphone jack as a standard output which would mean no hacked cable or extra parts would be required. If you remove the battery cover and battery, you’ll notice a small screw between the positive and negative terminals. Removing […]

16Nov Irig Pre XLR audio interface for your DSLR – First impressions

Basically the connector above combines the headphone output as well as the microphone input cable into a single device. That way you can use your headphones to answer calls as well as listen to music on your iphone. You might see an iOS audio interface with a connector like this and think “useless”,  but if you add […]