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Alok kumar
Can we get stereo output on XLR cable
on Jul 13, 2015 at 10:19:14 am

Hello Everyone !!

I m a maths tutor and record my classes. I recently came across a problem -

I have a Shure(SVX14/PG30 - headworn Cardioid) mic and it has XLR output(3 pin) and a Sony camera(HDR-PJ380) that has a stereo mini jack input. All my videos audio are one channel only( Left ). Now how do I make it stereo ? Can we modify the cable, or do I have to edit the audio using software like Adobe audition ? Also when I check the audio on Adobe premier it shows the audio is stereo, however while editing only one channel is shown, also the output is mono.

I m new to Adobe premier and audition and am not an expert.

Thanks in advance !!

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Richard Crowley
Re: Can we get stereo output on XLR cable
on Jul 13, 2015 at 2:53:37 pm

Yes, you can get your monaural microphone signal to record on BOTH tracks by using an XLR to 3.5mm adapter cable that is wired to do that.

And yes, in editing, you can take the single audio track and duplicate it to both tracks. Try the "Fill Left" and "Fill Right" functions.

Of course, it will not actually be "stereo", but then you don't really want "stereo" for this kind of recording, either.

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