Okay, but this means nothing unless you tell us how many women were seeking these positions. Similarly, the "women directors hired more women" statistic can either mean that women don't have this anti-female bias you're suggesting or that both sexes are biased towards their own sex. The latter of which makes more sense to me because this "similarity bias" is something that humans have naturally.
Okay, thanks for your help!
Ah, okay. I was doing some more research, and that's what I found too. That leaves one last question, how do you know the video micro (again, not the videomic or mic-pro) sends an unbalanced signal? I've tried to figure it out myself, but research has lead to nothing.
Right, and that may be what I end up doing. I actually have a tascam dr60d, so I'm good on that front. :D Thanks!
Right, but most auxiliary cables out there have TRS connectors. For instance, the one linked below.
So, are you safe if you use a TRS cable? Does the cable flip the signal polarity, or do you need your device (microphone) to be able to flip it before sending it down the cable? I don't really need to know this for my original question, I'm just more curious than anything.
Thanks for the help. Just a quick question, how do you know the video-micro is unbalanced? I couldn't find anything indicating that in the specs. Are shotgun mics with 3.5mm jacks just unbalanced as a rule? I figured it wouldn't have that problem because TRS cables are supposedly balanced.