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- Speech, Sound Effects & Music Recording
- Onboard Stereo Mic, Built-In Speaker
- 3.5mm Mic/Line Input with Plug-In Power
- Simple Layout of Common Controls
An ideal fit for solo musicians and podcasters, as well as a terrific entry point into the world of audio for video and sound design, the black Zoom H1n portable recorder features an onboard stereo microphone that lets you easily record two tracks of high-resolution audio in the palm of your hand. Songwriters will appreciate unlimited overdubbing for building songs layer by layer, while filmmakers and podcast producers will enjoy the H1n's ability to capture clean, distortion-free speech.
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When you use the HOLD on the Zoom H1n, will it prevent the rotary dial from changing the input level?I have FOUR Zoom H1 recorders and use them to record with lav mics. I plug the lav into the Zoom H1, set the record level, start recording, then use the HOLD function and the recorder gets put into a pocket, etc. I'd hate to have the input level change because the knob gets moved while in someone's pocket.Also, I wish it was USB-C instead of microUSB, but that's not a big issue.The other thing I've really been wishing for in the Zoom H1 recorder is a SAFETY TRACK , so when I'm recording with a lav mic (which is mono), the LEFT channel will record at the level I set, and the RIGHT channel will be a few dB lower; allowing me to rescue anything that may have clipped. Basically asynchronous input levels, since I don't really need stereo for a lav mic.
The Hold setting does not prevent the audio dial from adjusting the volume, unfortunately
Date published: 2018-08-27
Does it record every touch when use internal mic? That was a big disadvantage of H1. Is it fixed now?
You mean he is very sensitive and you hear anything that touches him? If this is your question, it is solved with a windshield or by removing the auto option. and using it in manual
Date published: 2022-06-01
Are the built in microphones on this unit better ...
Are the built in microphones on this unit better than the one's on the original H1?
never owning the H1 I can say the the microphones on the H1n are very good.
Date published: 2019-01-16
Has anyone tried using the Countryman B3 lav mic ...
Has anyone tried using the Countryman B3 lav mic with this? Any issues?
Great unit use it often. Use as a lav mic then mic in production. Good sound even outdoors. It’s sensitive so watch your volume on recording. I have two and alway work well.
Date published: 2019-07-28
The previous model H1N fails to keep the date and time once the batteries are removed. It also tends to drain the batteries when sitting on the shelf for even a few days. Does the new one fix this issue at all? Its annoying to have to change the batteries/set the date and time every time I use the device.
I don't know about retaining the date and time if the batteries are removed, but I have not noticed any battery drain while the units are on the shelf. I have had two H1n's since May 2020 and have sent them out to interviewees for "in person" sound may times, with intervals on the shelf between sending them out. Even considering the interviewing time, battery drain has been minimal.
Date published: 2021-07-23
What is the minimum and maximum frequency ...
What is the minimum and maximum frequency response for this recorder?
Approx. 20Hz to 20kHz.
Date published: 2020-08-10
How do you name files
How do you name files
Just remove the mini sd card, insert it into the computer of your choice, then name your file.
Date published: 2019-06-12
Can you connect this to the iPhone ?
I have an iPhone 11 Pro (lightning adapter, no audio jack). For video, I used the Zoom USB cable to plug into the Apple Camera dongle (USB adapter to Lightning connector) to plug into the phone. On the Zoom, select "iOS" as the interface and the iPHone will use the Zoom as the mic instead of the phone mic.
Date published: 2021-07-31