I just recently bought an Azden WMS-PRO system for my Sony TRV-315 cam. I was disappointed that the wireless system receiver came with a "Mono" mini jack plug. Anyway, I tried using it and the sound came out inferior compared to the built-in microphone of my D8 cam.
Is there any way to convert a mono source to stereo?
I'm planning to buy a BeachTek DXA-4S audio adapter. Will it do the job?
Any help is very much appreciated.
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With 1 phone jack, you can convert a stereo sound to a mono sound and mono to stereo... But, there will be quality loss...Wanne earn something a couple of dollars?
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No loss to make mono into stereo. Just use a sound program like SoundForge and convert to stereo. It will copy the mono into both channels. Simulated stereo is one correct term, as it is not true stereo.I'm not online anymore. Ask BALDRICK, LORDSMURF or SATSTORM for help. PM's are ignored.
Actually, I have already tried SoundForge to convert mono into "simulated stereo". But I think a "real stereo" still sounds better.
Now regarding my question in my previous post, do you think a BeachTek audio adapter can do a better job than SoundForge?