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Hi guys, i am a newbie at this and know next to nothing when it comes to camcorders. My goal is to make a youtube video of my home theater and one of the problems i can see is the audio. I have no Mic input on my JVC so the audio will most definitely sound tinny with no bass as i have found out by trying to do this without some sort of help. I have tried once already and the audio came out,well pretty darn bad to say the least. What is my audio solution as like i said have no mic input to boost my audio. Thanks guys as i really need some help on this one.

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Record the audio on something else and replace the camera's track in your editing software. Many seem to like the inexpensive Zoom H1 recorder. There are mics for smartphones that may work too.
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Record the audio on something else and replace the camera's track in your editing software. Many seem to like the inexpensive Zoom H1 recorder. There are mics for smartphones that may work too.
Thanks so much for the reply bsprague, i will definitely look into the zoom mic. Would the zoom mic give a decent bass sound?. I have AVS4U Video editor but i find windows movie maker easier to use. Thanks again for the reply its much appreciated.

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Thanks so much for the reply bsprague, i will definitely look into the zoom mic. Would the zoom mic give a decent bass sound?. I have AVS4U Video editor but i find windows movie maker easier to use. Thanks again for the reply its much appreciated.
The Zoom products are recorders, not mics. They are well liked by musicians, so I presume bass would be OK for most. If you are doing booming bass rap music, I'm not sure.

I don't know how either of those editors handle multiple audio tracks.
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