Jeremy Nicoll <jn.ml.dbn...@letterboxes.org> writes:
> On Thu, 3 Aug 2017, at 13:23, Rodolfo Medina wrote:
>> 3) mic2 is stereo.
> Not necessarily. It might be a mono signal that's been duplicated across two
> outputs. It's only 2-channel if it can record two separate sounds at the
> same time.
> You can get microphones which, in a single unit, record more than one
> channel at once. Their labelling or artwork on them normally makes it
> clear that they have L and R (or more than that) inputs.
> What makes and models are your mics?
I can't tell, because they're old and I don't keep their specs. One of them
was given to me about 15 years ago, the other I don't even remember how I have
it. But I've got another teo: they are, each of them, part of a headphone.
They also let hear the recorded sound from both channels. They are: