How To Stop Buzz Noise On An External Microphone Extension
This is a remake of the video that I put up earlier today, because I sort of looked at it and I just wasn't happy with it. It was rubbish. It just didn't. Furthermore, it didn't put across the point that I was trying to put across right. If you use these types of leads on your microphone socket on your camcorder.
This is a three-and-a-half millimeter standard. Well, this is basically a headphone extension lead. But if you have a three-and-a-half millimeter jack on your camcorder to extend, you know that it was like an.
External microphone jack. Then this is going to be really useful information to you. Now for the last six months, I, haven't used my external microphone jack because I thought it was broken I actually thought, I had an issue with my camcorder, and I'll show you why this literally it's just an empty headphone socket extension, I've got no microphone or anything attached to it, and I'm going to plug this into the camcorder right now. Okay, just fining up here. We go. Ready.
Okay. So you probably had a really. Awful buzzing there, basically that's, what led me to believe I had an issue with my camera because it was no matter. What I did whenever I was trying to set this up I always got this buzzing. So I, just automatically assumed. There was an issue with a camera.
Now I have since learned that there's nothing wrong with my camera at all basically what's happening. Or what was happening was I was plugging this in and trying to use it while I was around other electrical equipment. And just give an example in. Order to get that horrible buzzing sound, I've listed, literally just set this up right next to a television. And just to sort of prove my point, what I'm going to do I'm going to take this into my little workshop, where there are no electrical items or there, I mean, our electrical items are all switched off and there's, no sort of electrical field radiating from them and got the extension lead again, I'm going to plug it in again.
Now, no buzzing it's gone. So it didn't occur to me at the time. That I was trying to get this thing to work that it was the electrical items around. But there you go if you have buzzing issues with your microphone extensions, then just try moving away from any electrical items, you know, certainly televisions because there they seem to be the most sort of the strongest, and hopefully it should solve the problem for you. So that's, pretty much a lot to say in this video thanks for watching I hope. It was useful to someone and I'll.
See you guys next time.