n8lay: red = right, white = left, yellow = composite video
sjs2657g: Great video; Thanks.
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??
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.
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
Kevin Alexander: In a standard A/V cable, Yellow is Video. Red and White are the 2 channels
Valueless Dollar: Yellow = Video Red = Right Audio White = Left Audio
punchfacejay: Typically yellow is video. Great videos by the way! Very informative as I
wait for my Verizon NII :D
unknownxXx89: thanks man.
Martín Mihalitsianos: You should try to connect a USB microphone as the AT2020 USB
"audio-technica" or anyone in this style of microphone
The Daily Note II/3: hi rastlach, thanks for your feedback. That makes sense....got it..just see
which one works by tapping into it because there isn't a standard that
everyone uses. I wasn't aware that the iphone doesn't let you do this....if
that's what you were saying. Good to know.
jahzroc: Yellow is video not audio
The Daily Note II/3: Peter, thanks for this info. This looks like something exactly I was
looking for but I had no idea these types of products existed so I didn't
know where to look. I would have definitely bought this instead. Whether it
would be better than what I'm using now, I'm not sure, but I'm sure it
would have been fine for my application and expectations. Maybe when I go
back to the US, I'll get this as the preamp is a 220v model.
Ra: Heya mate, just a heads up there are many different kinds of sterio+ to rca
cables. There are camcorder ones, samasung video output ones, iphone out
put ones and composite video out ones (RGB). The diffrence is both in the
way the devices's are set up along with how the cable is wired. Sometimes
all you need to do is plug a different colour cable to ports ie your yellow
is audio, but sometimes you cant do anything at all, iphone is an example.
The Daily Note II/3: Sounds like that S Pen was malfunctioning. The pen is really sensitive, and
picks up subtle touches to the surface no problem.
swamilainen: Yellow is ALWAYS video! You suck out the bass and treble to 'clean it up??
It's noisy because you aren't using balanced cables and proper impedance
matching. Folks DO NOT listen to this guy! He knows nothing about proper
recording/micing techniques, noise reduction or anything. He's stacking
preamps which increases noise. This is something you might do in a guitar
amp to obtain distortion. There's a good chance you'll burn the circuitry
in your smart phone if you follow this guy's advice.
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!
DcatsOut: The yellow plug is always video and red and white are your left and right
The Daily Note II/3: Videos like these.
lez briddon: not all socket/cable combinations use standard colours etc, I have a sdcard
video recorder and have to use white for video and red/yellow for audio....
just try what you have and use whichever works.
The Daily Note II/3: Yes, should be no problem.
The Daily Note II/3: Thanks! I'm glad to hear that I'm a part in expanding your knowledge about
TheRubiconInvasion: worked @ radioshack in 1991, yellow is always video, red and white is left
and right audio, RCA cables for dummies....LOL.....or....Here's Your Sign!!!
The Daily Note II/3: Hmmm...I think the 3 channels would all be audio in this case. L out, R
out, mic in. In my cable, the yellow connector is indeed outputting audio
(which I connected the white and yellow to my stereo headphones). I'm just
wondering if they switched the red and yellow by mistake because I bought
cheap cables. Or maybe the order on the minijack is different for galaxy
phones compared to how a typical camcorder uses it.
JOlivo2011: What dafuq will you have tot record on the note 2?!?!?!?!?!?!
metalje666: hey mate < would this work with the Samsung galaxy s3 ?
nightstringers: Yellow will always be video
ryanspianoaccount: Best Mic review Mike. This guys reviews and knowledge is incredible . Love
to see new reviews from you as always spot on
phillip renicker: Myst3que or mike can you tell me how the spen works? I preordered from AT&T
but went to tmobile to check it out and I had to push really hard on the
screen to get the pen to close snote
Mr3663: I record video with my Note 2 and would like to capture the sound while
recording through a wireless microphone. Can you make a video on how to
make this possible?
Hayden Wilde: Dose this work with galaxy note 1... and can you record videos using
external mic input. ???
Radu Ioan Balan: I was wondering if I can use a mic like HAMA 57152 with my Galaxy Note II ?
Do you have any ideea. I need to use a external microphone with my galaxy
Note II but it must be a small one.
Martín Mihalitsianos: You should try to connect a USB microphone, for example AT2020
Audio-Technica or Blue microphones yeti
vidwiz12345: Hey MIke, thanks for the heads up that the gn2 will accept an audio input.
I'm excited to see if if functions when recording video. Also, I'd
recommend you put the EQ settings at 12:00 (0) for the most uncolored,
direct and full fidelity sound
The Daily Note II/3: thanks for the suggestion!
Hayden Wilde: Cool thanks! :)
The Daily Note II/3: You can, but you need an adapter. You can't plug it in directly.
v65legend: Wait so I can hook up a small external mic to the headphone jack?
tybeejeffro: Have you tried a USB microphone such as the Blue Microphone series? You
should be able to use it with an OTG adapter.
The Daily Note II/3: Samsung swaps the audio channels. In layman's terms, they swap the red with
ronny risnes: I must add that i think i every case there will be a much better outcome if
you could have used a ZOOM H4 or similar
The Daily Note II/3: Samsung swaps the audio channels. I guess so they can sell more earphones.
vinni3c: Hey, i have a note 2 and when i try to record video at a concert, the audio
comes out all crackly (you can see examples on my page), do you have any
solution on how to get rid of that? I'm assuming its because the gain is
too high by default.
Nosrej Chaokad: How about a shotgun mic.?
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
Ewechewb: Thanks so much for making this absolutely SUPERB video and making the
samples available - I'll be downloading the right away. It's extremely
helpful. I'm watching all of your Note ii videos and you really do seem to
be testing it to the max'. BRILLIANT !
Randy Russo: Will this work with a Galaxy S3?
James R. Reed, II: Great video.
michawilke: If you really want to test the Mic you definitively should use a better
recording a app. The easiest way would be to use the video camera, the
better way would be to use a good audio recorder app, easy voice recorder
pro for instance.
WV591: You need to get the Coles 4038 Ribbon Microphone.
Recording Audio With External Mic on Samsung Galaxy Note 24.6
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