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    Default Help with Peltor FMT200 and GoPro

    Hi all,

    Forgive me if I sound like I don't really know what I'm talking about because I don't haha. I don't have much experience with audio or electronics in general but I have become our rally team's de facto media expert because I have some video editing experience.

    I'm trying to record audio from our Peltor FMT200 to the GoPro hero 3 we have mounted in the car. I found in the Peltor manual that the aux (line out) level is "about 775 mV", however I cannot find what level the camera is looking for.

    I tried just plugging into the aux out port and into the camera with the GoPro combo cable but I get silence on the video.

    We have a week to get this sorted out before we leave for Sno Drift so any help is much appreciated.

    Brian

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    The level from the peltor is probably too low, and you may need a little audio amplifier to bump it up a bit .... I may know someone who can tell you a bit more .... I am checking to see if he is still around the rally world ...

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    The line out of the FMT200 is a "line voltage" output, so you don't need a amplifier to boost the audio (some intercoms you do). So the problem is most likely not with the intercom. I don't have experience with the Hero3 but I am willing to bet its something to do with its settings or cable. Do a search for recording audio on the Hero 3. good luck.

    And yep, I am still around. just dont come to forums...ever anymore.
    Bryan L.
    Maker of those intercom adapters and "stuff"
    www.zerodegreec.ca

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