Video review of the Audio-Technica ATR6550 Shotgun Mic by C. Spencer Reynolds | Jul 9, 2010 | Uncategorized | 11 comments QuestioningSuccess.com The Audio Technica ATR 6550 Shotgun Microphone is a WINNER for ! http Share this:EmailFacebookTwitterGoogle jasb0y i just bought this i hope its worth it. csreynolds What have you thought of it so far? FrankCareyMusic Hello Spencer, do you know whether the Audio-Technica Mic could come with a longer lead. I’ve read that it comes with a 0.9m cable but I need a longer one. It’s annoying because everything but the lead is exactly what I’m looking for. whatiscodered Hey, I got this mic as well as the mono to stereo converter for my Canon HG20. However, the adapter does not work with my Canon. If I plug the mic in directly, I only get mono… Any ideas? csreynolds @whatiscodered I have tried it in a few inputs now and all of them have turned mono into stereo, sorry I don’t have anything else for you, maybe try another adapter. csreynolds @FrankCareyMusic I purchased a 12 foot stereo extension cable and it works like a charm. I will tell you that the only drawback I have found is that IF I have my power cord plugged into my Kodak Zi8 and the extension cable, I get horrible feedback and it doesn’t work. If I use the small lead it is great. But running on battery it is SUPERB! Hope that helps handsomevision what kind of mic would you use to record a conversation between 2 actors. i noticed when you moved to the side i could barely hear you. i like to shoot sequence shots and sometimes my actors move around or turn their backs to the camera. csreynolds @whatiscodered What program do you use to edit your videos? tilenmoder could you show us how does the mono to stereo converter look like? Or you could give us a link to one? whatiscodered @csreynolds The first video I did, I used Adobe CS4. For the second video I used Final Cut Studio. What software do you u use? QuestioningSuccess @whatiscodered I use iMovie and Final Cut Pro as well as Bonix TV and Norcross.