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    Using Zoom H1N, as a USB Microphone

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    I have a PC running windows 7 and I'm trying to use an H1n, as a voice over microphone on my video editing program. I could find nothing in the Manual, so I called Zooms support number and was told I need to download & Install the H/F Series Stereo ASIO Driver, which I did, but I'm still not showing any presence of a new device or Microphone on my recording program. Any advice would be appreciated! Thanks John

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    If the H1n is like most of the other Zooms, you need to select using it as an audio interface after it's been plugged in. Page 45 in the manual.
    https://www.zoom-na.com/sites/defaul...pdfs/E_H1n.pdf
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