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When I plug my outside mike into the Pocketrak 2G, the recording levels are too low. Is there a setting in the menu I'm missing?

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  • daveandlani Mar 05, 2009

    Sorry, this is a pocket recording device, not a PDA per say. I just need help finding out how to adjust the recording levels on a Yamaha Pocketrak 2G recorder

  • daveandlani Mar 05, 2009

    Where is the sound manager menu on a Yamaha Pocketrak 2G recorder?

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Hi Daveandlani, this is what you need to do:
1- While the recorder is stopped, press the MENU/STOP button for at least 2 seconds.
2- Press the FORWARD or BACKWARD button to select “VOICE”, then press the PLAY button.
3- Press the FORWARD or BACKWARD button to select “REC SELECT”, then press the W button.
4- Press the FORWARD or BACKWARD button to select “LINE”, then press the PLAY button.
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· If you record audio with an external stereo microphone, select “MIC” . For external microphones, Yamaha recommends that you use an electret condenser microphone with the capabilities of plug-in power operation, 2k ω impedance, performance guaranteed with a 1.3V power supply, and a 3.5mm stereo mini plug.
Good Luck!!!!

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Not sure whether this will help:

http://www2.yamaha.co.jp/manual/pdf/emi/english/xg/pocketrak2g_en_rm_b0.pdf

Check the section for Automatic Level Control (ALC) and set to 'off', and the section for Microphone Sensitivity.

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In terms of recording format, audio can be saved as CD-quality Wave files (.wav) or as one of four different types of MP3. Up to 284 hours of recording is possible in LP Mono mode, providing excellent support for meetings, events, and other environments where extended recording is required. In Manual mode, the recording level can be freely adjusted to one of 31 different settings; alternatively, the Automatic Level Control (ALC) function can be used to automatically set the best recording volume for the target sound source.
for connections and settings in brief description check out this link http://asianbeat.yamaha.co.jp/bsm/pdf/bsm03_pa.pdf

in the link check out on right side after the page gets downloaded make it large and read.this will solve the problem.

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Check out the sensitivity select (High/Middle/Low) - Level meter display.
if that is proper then its quite possible that the connections are improper.

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Chek out the memory card is working proper or not.

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  • crysiszone Mar 05, 2009

    here is full guide for any menu options--
    http://cachepe.zzounds.com/media/Pocketr...

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    click HIRE for more help.

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Adjust the line input level in sound manager menu

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