Welcome to the forum.
First thing that I would do would be to convert the MP3 Zoom files to PCM/WAV 48KHz 16-bit, and then Import that and test. You can use Audition, Soundbooth, or the freeware, Audacity to do the conversion. How does that converted file play?
Thanks for responding, Hunt. Unfortunately after the conversion I still experienced the same synch problem... any other tests you can think of?
Dang, though it was worth a shot.
Now, one user here, Jim Simon, uses similar, and has worked out a percentage that he adjusts the remote mic's material to fit with his camera. Cannot recall exactly now, but it seems that he alters the Audio by a factor of about 104%. My memory is cloudy on the exact figure, and Jim seems to be on extended holiday. Not sure now, if he uses the Rate Stretch, or runs his mic's audio through Audition. Sorry that the memory is so fuzzy now.
Good luck, and maybe Jim will show up with his exact figures, to give you a starting point.
Hmm... that is clever. I'll play around with that and get back. Thanks again!