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I'm struggling trying to answer this in a way that would enhance what you've got already. Because really, you've got a pretty good representation of "everyman's speaker" there with the Creative set you have already. So I'm going to take a different approach here and, instead of recommending something to buy, I'm going to recommend some techniques I use to ...


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you are in the correct track: a small mixer would do the trick. Basically you have the pfl button that would get the specific channel(s)/souce(s) selected to your headhones jack (monitors) without modifying at all your master (and viceversa). Another option would be something like the Mackie Big Knob, made specifically for what you want, but in this case you ...


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You may be getting just a little bit of drive from the A/V Output connection. The 5D Mark ii has no headphone connector. All it has is a TRRS (tip, ring, ring, sleeve) connector that happens to be the same size as a headphone plug. It is designed to feed an analog video feed out of the camera and in to a TV. While there would be a drastic impedance ...


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In general, I'd say don't bother. Just do a bit of pre-recording testing to make sure your input levels are good. You're not going to want to tweak the input levels a bunch while you're recording, anyways. That would just be distracting to you and the other people that are recording. But if you really want to, and you're on a Mac, check out "Line In" from ...



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