Anyone tried this?

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H and M Video
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Has anyone tried this gadget?  If it works it could be a very handy gadget to have.
 
Harry

PC Specialist 3Gz Dual Core, Premiere CS3, Encore CS3, After Effects CS3, Matrox RT.X2, Panasonic HD HS-300, Z1E & PMW-EX3 Cams.
 
Now with a PC Specialist Quad Core i7-3770, 16GB RAM, 180GB SSD, GeForce GTX560 Ti Graphics Card, Blu-Ray & DVD R/W Burners and can't wait to set it up. Now up and running.  What a difference in Blu-Ray footage.

rogs
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Re: Anyone tried this?
This looks to be the same device (and is even cheaper!) 
 
 
the spec doesn't quite make sense.... you can't have a '32 KHz sampling rate' and a 'frequency response up to 20KHz' ?...... but it is only £25!
 
For about an extra tenner (from Argos) I went for one of these:
 
 
which is actually a pretty good unit. Despite only having a mono internal mic, it  is a stereo device, with an external  (stereo) mic socket, line input option, and a headphone socket.
 
It can also take an external micro SD card.
 
 
I was amazed at just how well it works..........
 
 
 
 
 
 
H and M Video
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Re: Anyone tried this?
Hi Rogs
 
Thanks for the quick reply.  The device certainly looks to be the same as your link shows.  I have an e-mail from Gizoo with the device on offer at £19.99 and even with the  postage would be cheaper than the Amazon offer.
 
Harry

PC Specialist 3Gz Dual Core, Premiere CS3, Encore CS3, After Effects CS3, Matrox RT.X2, Panasonic HD HS-300, Z1E & PMW-EX3 Cams.
 
Now with a PC Specialist Quad Core i7-3770, 16GB RAM, 180GB SSD, GeForce GTX560 Ti Graphics Card, Blu-Ray & DVD R/W Burners and can't wait to set it up. Now up and running.  What a difference in Blu-Ray footage.