No one has answered your question have they? Everything but. I would like to know this too. Can you connect a ball mic to an oscilloscope so you can see your voice patterns on the oscilloscope. The mic itself won't generate any power so you would have to have the mic, some kind of small amplifier, and then attach this all somehow to the oscilloscope. I would like to know the answer to this too. There are videos of this but they don't say how they set it up. I would also like to know if you run a sound wave thru and oscilloscope are there any oscilloscopes with an audio out that will let you listen to the sound wave? Now that would be cool. I don't think oscilloscopes in general are built to produce sound just to measure, but I would like to hear what 5 KHz sounds like for example.Hi,
Could someone please offer some guidance on how to wire a microphone so that I can plug it into an oscilloscope. I know it can be done because I have seen it being used with an oscilloscope. So the input into the oscilloscope requires two banana plugs. Currently the microphone has a jack on the end. On the other end of the microphone lead is a 3 way female adaptor which the microphone plugs in to. I have seen people re-wire a stero jack to two banana plugs but can this be done for a microphone?
Thanks for any help offered.
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