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Carl, your phone patch creation is pretty impressive. I’ve heard all four of your Low Power Hours and the sound quality of your phone interviewee’s is certainly acceptable to my ears.
Did notice background noise when (some of) your guest speak, but the other interviews sound clean.. It must have to do with what phone they are speaking through on their end.
Would be happy to equal the quality yours produce, and hope it will.
I don’t have your knowledge, but at least vaguely comprehend your description, but lose it when you when you say “…..and ran the mic line out to my own electric, installed in a plastic tube and projecting from my studio mic where it is attached by a yellow rubber-band (any color rubber band will work). In this way the incoming call hears us close-up..”
But you don’t have to elaborate for me, don’t have your talent and wouldn’t know what I was doing anyway..
But if I did try to duplicate your patch, would be sure to use a yellow rubber band too, just to be sure it was right!
Still not sure what route I’ll end up taking.. it’s mostly a matter of dollars. Think it might be time to tighten up for the meantime, -if there was cash to throw around, I wouldn’t hesitate.
May go with a less expensive selection for now.. but just not sure.
By chance did anyone check out the audio clips (mentioned above) of Re-Tell’s different connectors? Does it impress anyone else but me?