Combine two mono mics into one stereo signal, such that each mic gets its own channel (left and right)

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I am recording with Zoom H1. I have two ATR-3350 lav mics. They are self-powered and have 3.5 mm (1/8") mono miniplug. I would like to combine them into one stereo signal such that the left channel gets audio from mic 1 and the right channel gets audio from mic 2. I tried a basic Y combiner and it combines the two signals but not into separate left/right channels.

Alan Turing

Posted 2014-12-13T19:54:04.200

Reputation: 133

Question was closed 2014-12-14T00:05:55.687

Although the other question refers to a computer as the destination, the actual problem is identical – JoshP – 2014-12-14T00:06:25.720

Answers

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You need a 2 mono to 1 stereo 3.5 adapter. (As it seems the input of the Zoom H1 is a 3.5 mm female jack). This is not a Y combiner.

That is a cable with 2 female mono 3.5 mm jack to 1 male stereo 3.5 jack. For example : adapter cable

audionuma

Posted 2014-12-13T19:54:04.200

Reputation: 2 449

Where can I find one? I'd have thought monoprice.com, but I can't seem to find it there. – Patrick Szalapski – 2017-03-05T21:17:23.230