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Anyone knows if the Microphone input of the Samsung NC 10 is stereo?
I don’t think it can be as there is only one of them.
There are two jacks on the NC10 and my understanding is that they are:
– Stereo line out
– Mono mic input
Yeah, I know there’s only one input, but what I’m asking if that input is stereo. In other words, If I plug a stereo mini jack into the mic-in, would the netbook take it as a mono input or as stereo input?
Could someone make a test?
I believe its pretty much a standard (convention) that all MICROPHONE jacks on PC’s are mono, not stereo.
Line-IN jacks on PC’s are stereo, but from the documentation that I’ve seen, as well as the symbol on the NC 10, it is a microphone jack.
generally if there’s only one port, it’s dual function, so it will wokr as stereo line when you select line as the input type or mono preamplified microphone input when mic is selected.
this is the normal practice anyway for laptops.
Thank you for all the replies. Then, as hef says, chances are that the mic-in is also a stereo line-in. Let’s hope so… When I finally have this netbook I’ll test it.
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