Mochileros: Thanks for your tips! Very helpful information!
Luc Appelman: yellow is For video you dump
Stan McBeth (STANTHEMAN770): Overall is pretty good demo but the words and with proper equipments needed extra tweeting for your improvement for better recording. 3 pins behind the ext. mic is called; XLR is your best bet. Your Quarter inch barrel plug is the old school but it's still very good for electric guitar and low powered audio transfer. 3.5mm plug that goes into your phone, sometime it's tiny 2.5mm phone plug. Your cheap line 1 channel mixer isn't bad for the price. For just little more money, for same brand with up-grade to 2 XLR for Stereo matching mic. Needed PAN (Balance) control for each channel. Your dynamic mic is made of just coil, pre-amp is needed. Condenser mic is more powerful than dynamic mic. Condenser mic needed battery to powered it. Your very best bet: Purchase 48 Volt Phantom Mic. Your mixer does required only XLR mic plug with 48 volt phantom to powered your mic that built-in to your mixer. Your mixer without USB. You can purchase low price M-Audio from analog into your computer, Mac is your best bet for great Audio. Plug from out-put of your analog mixer to M-Audio, as feed it into your computer. Your mic, Cassette Tape, Turntable for record and older keyboard. I hope this the big plus for your audio improvement.
AzyleeZ Studio (A.S): Lol.
STEEL RECORDZ: Lol yellow for audio..dough! Good vido tho
Philippe Heritier: Hi thanks for the tip. I try with the same video cable, but when i plug it, it doesn't switch off the internal mic and can't record with my external mic !? You know how to switch those mics ? Thx
n8lay: red = right, white = left, yellow = composite video
Jedarius48: This is an excelent solution! I used it as part of setting up my Galaxy Note II on a tripod. I used an inexpensive wireless mic and its small amp powered by a separate 12 Vdc battery, using an existing audio cable (w/o a need for adapters) that I use with my Nikon D5100 setup for the same purpose. The small amp gives me volume and squelch control which were barely needed (and an output to a larger "house" amp) and provide great quality audio with my video. You video description is excellent. Thank you. ~Jedarius48
mattsmovies100: So why did you ask??? Haha so since you know it all can I use a note 3 as a mass storage device to record external audio??
mattsmovies100: Yellow is picture dude red and white left and right stereo.. If its just going out of red its either faulty lead or mono... You don't need yellow for audio
sjs: Great video; Thanks.
The Daily Note.Net: thanks for the suggestion!
The Daily Note.Net: Samsung swaps the audio channels for proprietary reasons. In layman's terms, they swap the red and yellow on a 4-pole 3.5" minijack. But if you still insist that colors are more important, than well, good luck with that.
The Daily Note.Net: Samsung swaps the audio channels. I guess so they can sell more earphones.
The Daily Note.Net: Samsung swaps the audio channels. In layman's terms, they swap the red with the yellow.
newburyportvideo: A "RODE VIDEO MIC" is all you really need for excellent audio on your phone and only one cable to plug in and that's it. my note 3 produces stunning audio and all for only about $130. read the reviews on the mic's and you'll see.
gumamike: can u use instead of KV connection cable this one??
Startech.com 3.5mm 4 Pin to 2x 3 Pin 3.5mm Headset Splitter Adapter ?
i dont want to ship it all the way from USA :), am from Europe. Thanks for respond
Ben Etter: I am flabergasted by the fact that someone who doesnt know what the red white and yellow ends of an RCA are for, is trying to teach anyone about somthing involving recording audio!
Jolly Joel: It would be cool if you gave a list of names of the wires and adapters. I have a hard time finding the Female RCA to Male 1/4 adapter.
Recording Audio With External Mic on Samsung Galaxy Note 25
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