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Old 30th November 2013, 04:03 AM   #1
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Default Zoom H1 internals/ closeups

Good detailed teardown at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2CCWnJ35obQ

For example the main audio chip is a Texas Instruments TMS320 series.

Now my question is, at 8:30 as you can see, the mic elements are quite accessible. I am not an engineer, and I need to know if I can remove these elements, insert 8 feet of mic. cable and still have the same audio quality. I need to use these for recording lectures and panel discussions. I absolutely MUST have three feet of cable... but 6 to 8 feet is what I really need.

Yes I know, there's a jack for external mics. Well, it's noisy, and mics cost money. The internal mics are actually very quiet and clean, I want to use them.

Thanks for your help! I will "pay it forward".
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