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On the orig Evo 4g, when you recorded video, the audio would distort if you were in a loud environment. Has this Ben fixed on the new lte?

 

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That is more an issue of the microphone over-modulating rather than a flaw with the phone. Microphones will over-modulate if you make too much noise, there is no way around that electrical limitation.

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That is more an issue of the microphone over-modulating rather than a flaw with the phone. Microphones will over-modulate if you make too much noise, there is no way around that electrical limitation.

 

Sure you cam fix this. Just look at the iPhone ..... I went to a concert and my friend had an iPhone 4 and I had the Evo 4g. Later we played back the video we shot. My audio is almost static and his iPhone is nice and clear. Same when I shoot with m pro hd camera. That has Great audio even in very loud places while m phone distorts.

 

 

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On the orig Evo 4g, when you recorded video, the audio would distort if you were in a loud environment. Has this Ben fixed on the new lte?

 

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Well considering the audio part of recording on my EVO3D was much better than my friend's Evo I would assume that this would be even more improved in the device. I haven't seen a review where they posted a video recorded on it though.

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Depends on the maximum sound pressure level (SPL) spec of the microphone used.

 

MAXIMUM SPL: The loudest sound that the mic can pick up without distorting.

 

Apple uses a mic with a higher max SPL than the Evo appraently, which is why there is less distortion.

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Depends on the maximum sound pressure level (SPL) spec of the microphone used.

 

MAXIMUM SPL: The loudest sound that the mic can pick up without distorting.

 

Apple uses a mic with a higher max SPL than the Evo appraently, which is why there is less distortion.

 

Also a more expensive mic from what I understand. Working on Pro video I know how expensive mics can get but you are glad when you listen to those recordings that you spent the extra cash. Software should be able to also adjust the levels on the fly to compensate for "too loud" sound but if the mic is just over modulating there is nothing software can do.

 

As an aside, there are bluetooth mics that let you record to a phone, but the mics are very nice so they should be able to records a loud concern even better than an iphone.

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Also a more expensive mic from what I understand. Working on Pro video I know how expensive mics can get but you are glad when you listen to those recordings that you spent the extra cash. Software should be able to also adjust the levels on the fly to compensate for "too loud" sound but if the mic is just over modulating there is nothing software can do.

 

As an aside, there are bluetooth mics that let you record to a phone, but the mics are very nice so they should be able to records a loud concern even better than an iphone.

What Bluetooth small Mic do you recommend for evo 4g (orig not lte) that will work?How would you tell video app to use that Mic?

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What Bluetooth small Mic do you recommend for evo 4g (orig not lte) that will work?How would you tell video app to use that Mic?

 

No one?

 

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