What low cost/ small devices would I use to get instruments and mic
inputs for better condensors to use with my windows mobile pda and
My (limited) input choices are
1. 3.5 MM HEADSET JACK
Which is a Microphone AC97 Codec input. I guess I could use a cheap
battery powered condensor (like a SonyECM-MS907) for better quality
than the crappy noisy built in mic. Probably would avoid pluging a
guitar via a effect pedal into that though.
The problem is once something is pluged into the headset jack how
would I hear it? I guess I could use a cheap usb 3.5 adapter. Sound
quality in this regard wouldn't really mater as I would just want to
hear myself recording with the other tracks playing.
2. CF EXPANSION:
Not many devices out there. So that ones that are available really
nice but are expensive.
like the Maycom N-Trace (http://www.maycom.nl/NT.html#features
I don't think usb hardware will "play nice" since my pda doesn't
really have a sound card just a on board 16 bit Digital/Analog
Converter which is probably better than nothing but I wonder how much
good it would do. If usb devices would work they'd most likely give
better sound quality but I can't imagine the latency issues.
* Behringer UCG102- could it work? I use that as an example because
it's cheap and I don't think it needs drivers just plugs in.
*Nonname/nonsoftware/cheap usb convertor from asia?:
* A GuitarPlug?
SOOOOO What's everyone using? I'm just concerned with mic/guitar
(I emailed 4pockets tech about what usb audio interface if any Meteor
supports. I'll post their reply.)