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I have a pair of akg 460 b microphones. I would like to record a speaker, but she likes to walk around the room. Could I use this microphone on the flat line setting and set at 110 degrees and still pick up her voice.

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It working now thank you

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Solution four: one figure eight pattern mic put between two speakers facing each other (make sure the axis of the mic points at the two speakers).  
Solution five: you could scrap your recorder altogether and get a Zoom H2, put all four channels on and don't thump the table.

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