Comments on: Products Binaural Podcasts From Japan Thu, 09 Nov 2017 20:35:12 +0000 hourly 1 By: Kat Tue, 19 Apr 2005 08:07:27 +0000 Ignore, I have discovered that it does have plug in play and have ordered them! whee! As soon as I get ’em, soundseeing tours will occur!

By: Rich Pav Tue, 19 Apr 2005 02:08:06 +0000 MD players typically require plug-in power. Check out the URL in this post. They also sell an external power whatchamacallit for US$45.

By: Kat Mon, 18 Apr 2005 23:58:22 +0000 Hey Rich.

I’m very interested in these mics, but how do you know if your device has the ‘plug-in power’ function that they need to run? I’ve never heard of that before and don’t know if my MD came with that.

Guess I better research the model number…

Do you know of any binaural/earbud mics that don’t require your device to power it? Thanks.

By: Frank Tentler Mon, 18 Apr 2005 19:30:22 +0000 Von:
Betreff: Hello frrrom gerrrmany
Datum: 18. April 2005 19:30:21 MESZ

Konichiwah Rich-San : )!

Thank you for your comment.
So I´m the first podcaster in the world with a comment of an world-wide known podcaster even without one of my podcast be published!

Until now I´ve recorded 3 podcasts. My problem is that I cannot decide which provider I will use to create the rss-feed.
In Germany podcasting is an absolute unknown technology, only used by freaks and egomaniacs…um…and me ; ). Even my wife, who is a I-know-everything-about-this-damned-internet software-designer for an mayor world-wide logistic company, never heard of it befor and so did her collegues.

Here, in difference to the mobil-telephone-nations USA and Japan, it´s also, let me say it with a neutral word, unusual to walk around and speak with one self. Soon friendly man will go beside you, leading you more or less violently into some kind of funny-farm.

One question: can you send me the link to `motokado the lizard`? This music will be a nice tool to get rid of unwellcome visitors and ending up a party at the time I like.

In the end : be amused but generous about my kind of school-learned-but selldom-practised-written-english and never lose your creative power for your great podcasts.

Greetings from germany

P.S.:…mhmmmm… suddenly I´ve got the interesting idea of making an english podcast…perhaps about a`schnitzel and sauerkraut`-restaurant ; )