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Netbook Hack – How to Add Stereo Microphones to MSI Wind!

Here’s a great way to convert your MSI Wind netbook to be stereo-microphone capable.  I am sure it’d be very similar with other netbooks such as the Eee PCs.

I bought myself a pink MSI Wind when they were first released last year with the intention of using it for university and as a perfect travelling laptop. The Wind is great in many aspects, but the stock inbuilt microphone is severely lacking. It is noisy and not sensitive enough for general use. You have to have your mouth 10cm away

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Audio DIY – How to Make Audio Breakout Cable for iPod/iPhone/MP3 Player!

Do you need to separate the left and right channels for professional mixing?  Well, here’s how to make an audio breakout cable for your iPod, iPhone, or any other music device with some parts ordered from Mouser.

Have you ever wanted to plug in a professional studio mic to your ipod touch/iphone? There may be a commercial solution, but I couldn’t find one. Even if there is one, I figured I could build one cheaper than a ready-made one. You could also use this for a line-in (my

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Apple In-Ear Headphones Review!


(Apple In-ear Headphones Earbud & Earbud case)

Yes, as promised before in my Apple In-ear Earphones review, I got hands on the new in-ear headphones today.

The very first thing I noticed are the nice cases for earbuds and the headphones themselves.  (I bet I just paid half of the money for that!)

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Binaural Recording Microphone Has 2 Ears for Stereo Recording!

Well, I don’t know if the human ear shape actually helps recording but the Binaural Recording Microphone does look kinda gloomy and cool. At $3,899, we suggest you get this if you have lots of money to burn.

The Binaural Mic from Otokinoko (maker of the Dayon Sound Communicator) is a simple way to record the most realistic sounds possible. Binaural recording allows you to record sounds the same way they are heard in real life by placing the

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Cross MP3

Faithful? Get the Cross MP3.

Make no mistake, this isn’t the first time a religious symbol has been integrated into a digital audio player, but unlike the iBelieve, this thing is actually, you know, real. Destined to be sold in bulk quantities to youth groups everywhere, the Cross MP3 Player is hardly designed by coincidence, and comes with 4GB of internal memory, a two-color LCD, built-in speaker, FM tuner, integrated mic, seven equalizer modes and a multi

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DIY Podcast Studio – iPod Nano Podcast Plug-in

Are you into Podcasting and iPod Nanos? Here’s a device that turns your iPod into a recording studio. (maybe we will get one…)

The MicroMemo clips onto your 2G Nano and turns it into a hi-fi recording device. It comes with a microphone, but also has line-in and a mic socket so you can rip CDs or mix down from a whole studio setup.

The audio is encoded as uncompressed WAV files sampled at 44.10 kHz and up to 1411 kb/s, so you have CD quality soun

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