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My (Sony ECM-MS907) microphone works perfect with MD recorder, but records way too QUIET with PC! Progress: I have pushed all sound etc. levers to max, Tested different PCs and programs, which worked fine with other microphones, and I can't find any mic-specific driver for update! It's put into the mic-cinch (ASUS eee netbook); but it's the same when stuck in line-in-cinch on the big PC. It's really important for me in university, and I've already tried several hours of tweaking and asking lots of people - please help me!

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  • Gene May 08, 2017

    Hi jil_kalliope, I want to help you with your question, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box? Have you tried going into sound options to see if there is a setting for your microphone?

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SOURCE: Problem recording in stereo

Most likely you have a problem with the MIC. Has this ever worked with this unit? If not maybe the un it is not compadable with this Mic. The instuctions and specs are available for download Here http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/model-documents.pl?mdl=ECMDS70P&LOC=3 Good luck

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SOURCE: how to change battery of Sony microphone

sony ecm ms907 manual

here you go the manual for the microphone

if that dont work ill try and explain it

where the cable goes into the microphone turn it anticlockwise

pull the case the grip of the microphone down towards the cable

then replace the AA battery

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here you go the manual for the microphone

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Hi, I bought a sony ecm mic brand new, but whenever i switch it on, the red light comes on for a fraction of a second and then goes off, and i cannot record with it. This is despite trying many new...


Ah, yes.
If you look in the manual you'll find that the mic is supposed to do this.
If the LED does not blink when you switch on then you have a flat battery, otherwise it shouldn't stay lit.
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Just in case you have having the same problem as me....

The reason why my microphone was giving mixed results was because I was using the wrong setting. The microphone slider says "90 degrees" and "120 degrees." I assumed that these angles refered to the area that the microphone picked up. So for a single narrow sound source, like my voice, the narrower, 90 degrees setting seemed appropriate.

Now that I have looked at the manual I see it is the reverse (weird but true. Perhaps the angles refer to the angles that the microphone ignores completely under each setting?).

I have been recording my voice. I noticed that sometimes the sound was good and other times the sound level was too low. I think that the reason is because sometimes I inadvertantly set the microphone to the 120 degree setting, which picks up my voice well, while at other times I set the mic to the 90 degree setting which attempts to pick up sound from a wider area, giving the central source less prominence.Setting the microphone to the 120 degree setting cured my problem. I hope it cures your problem too.

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