Re: Hand Held Video Recorder w/aux input
Some auxillary inputs are microphone level and some are line level. Make sure you get the one that you need. If you're going to plug a microphone directly into it, it has to be an aux microphone level input. If you're connecting a mixer or other high level device, it has to be a line level input. Some of the better hand held audio recorders have a selectable gain that is switchable in the menu. I'm not very familiar with the combo video/audio recorders that might be out there, unless we're talking pro equipment such as ENG (electronic news gathering) or field production.