1. BIGPADDY's Avatar
    Hi All

    The 1520 has Directional Recording this is a new improved recording which are the new second generation of the HAAC microphone.

    Link below:

    http://conversations.nokia.com/2013/...ng-lumia-1520/
    11-11-2013 08:28 AM
  2. BIGPADDY's Avatar
    I'm definitely going to take a look at the pdf later on looks interesting.
    11-11-2013 09:52 AM
  3. Moiz Mian's Avatar
    I don't get it, why can't the 9xx and 10xx do the same audio recording? They have 3 HAAC microphones and Amber brought Stereo Recording to the 9xx/10xx. Whatever this is, (if it's really any different) should be easily ported to the 9xx/10xx series
    11-11-2013 02:35 PM
  4. jhoff80's Avatar
    I don't get it, why can't the 9xx and 10xx do the same audio recording? They have 3 HAAC microphones and Amber brought Stereo Recording to the 9xx/10xx. Whatever this is, (if it's really any different) should be easily ported to the 9xx/10xx series
    According to the article, they're different types of microphones. HAAC (High Amplitude Audio Capture) just means that they can capture loud sounds without clipping and is entirely irrelevant to this.

    However, every microphone has a pattern in which it records. Some are omni-directional and record in all directions, and others are directional and record only out the 'front' (or many other patterns that you can see more about here: Microphone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ). The 1020 uses omni-directional mics, and the 1520 uses directional mics. It's a hardware difference.
    Moiz Mian likes this.
    11-11-2013 04:05 PM

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