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No sound when recording

I can hear the tv when I am watching it, but when I record there is no sound. Any ideas?

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  • Mariotalk Dec 24, 2007

    I have the same problem. When watching TV using the video option the audio is perfect, when recording the audio is gone.

  • lerish Dec 28, 2007

    I have a similar problem. When using (playing) the AV (Video source) the sound works just fine, but when I start recording the sound disappears and it records with no sound at all. The only way to recording the sound from a VCR is using a coaxial cable. But then the quality of the video is poorer.



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When you record on the vcr make sure you have connected the audio cables from the tv to your vcr. You might need to use the composite cable and audio cables together to get the best recording.

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