Hi guys and girls, I am looking to records some podcasts with my Zoom H4n. I have three XLR mics that I am trying to use. I have plugged 2 of the mics into the XLR inputs. For the third mic, I bought a .5mm TRS jack to XLR cable to plug into the back of the Zoom H4n. It records in 4 channel mode. When I first connected the Zoom to my computerView attachment 12941 via USB, I was greeted with the two wav files "I" and "M". I then read in the manual on page 113 how to convert the 4 Channel to a stereo file. This created one file which essentially merged the tracks. The trouble is, when I listen to the recording, the two XLR mics play through their respective channel. I.e the "1" input plays in the left speaker/left headphone and the "2" input plays in the right headphone/speaker only. When you record in stereo mode, you can simply turn use mono-mix to fix this. But when you operate in 4 Channels, there is no mono-mix option. Incidentally, the mic which plays through the Jack plays through both headphones. I really don't want to get an XLR splitter and record two mics on the one channel. Can someone please advise me how best to go about this? Cheers.