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Okay, I need an external mic to record kids' music, but don't want to spend a fortune on those professional mics which run from $30 to $1k maybe? So I got this and the first use, I got huge hiss noise when the background was quiet. I searched around for answers and suggestions, and found someone from Canon talking about the audio setting. For Canon T4i, when you turn the main switch to video, then press the "menu" button, it'll bring out the settings menu, and at second settings for video, (camera with video camcorder sign) you will find the "Sound recording" menu, select that, and change it to "Manual", then select the "Rec. level". From the on screen "Wind filter/Attenuator" level bar, you can see the real time reading of the noise level, and the default(auto) level is at -12dB, which is too high for this mic phone, you should move it to -20 to -30 dB range or even lower depending on your like and test it. (I'm not rating for the performance of the mic, but for the price and my purpose, I give it all 5 stars right now after finding the way to adjust to reduce the hissing noise. I personally don't feel mic phone is such a tech intense device and don't want to spend much money on that.)