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What is the difference between headphone jack and line out on Zoom H5 Audio Recorder?

The H5 has an option to have the DB cut down from the line out out to the Camera, you can find this in the manual or on the Zoom YouTube channel for the H5
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What is the difference between headphone jack and line out on Zoom H5 Audio Recorder?

It's not a good idea, because the levels on both the line output and the headphone output are much too high for the camera mic input. If you were to turn the volume down on the headphone output, you'...
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Recording instruments on Zoom H6

The reason for the distortion is the high output level from your digital piano - you need to turn it down so it is as loud as possible without distorting, so it doesn't overload your input stage on ...
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Can I Record 4ch in a zoom H4n with my setup?

The main issue with this is going to be the gain setting for the external mic. The H4N is expecting stereo input, but you are using dual mono with two different mics which are likely to have different ...
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Tascam DR-44WL vs DR-100 MKIII vs USB Microphone Sound Quality

To answer your Tascam-related question : the DR-100 MKIII has much better preamp than the DR-44WL. It means that the noise floor is likely to be much lower, though for your purpose (simple voice-over) ...
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Tascam DR-44WL vs DR-100 MKIII vs USB Microphone Sound Quality

WiFi is pulsed radiation. Without actually looking at the rest of the specs: If you don't actually need the connectivity, this is something that I would be wary about sharing a comparatively small ...
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Audio recording at wrong speed

You can use ffmpeg or audacity to do this. Both are free. In Audacity, use Effect > Change Tempo... or Effect > Sliding Time Scale / Pitch Shift
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Which inexpensive device can record 8 channels (tracks) simultaneously?

Depending on what features you require and the gear you have, the Zoom R16 might work. 8 inputs with preamps, records to an SD-card, 16-channel playback and runs on batteries if needed. I don't know ...
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Which inexpensive device can record 8 channels (tracks) simultaneously?

I think you're asking too much here. The Zoom F8 is probably one of the cheapest 8 ch. portable solution available. EDIT: Tascam made a "portastudio" too - the Tascam DP24 SD. It has 12 mono tracks ...
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Will an external microphone make a tremendous difference in my work?

Effects are spliced into your recordings. They are supposed to be clearly audible and thus come with considerable gain. If they come with a non-trivial noise floor, this noise floor will be spliced ...
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Zoom H2/H2n comparison, does the H2n have less preamp noise than the H2?

Rather late to the party... I have no personal experience but, since I was just researching this subject, I'd like to share this rather nice and in-depth article I stumbled across: http://...
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