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Audio DCR-TVR250, in the playback mode the audio is scratchy and skips on a very regular basis, This problem carries thru to the computer when downloading when using both USB and Firewire connections.

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DCR-TRV250 Sony camcorder needs Tape Path Adjustment to provide you correct sound because due to wrong alignment of tape drive on video-head, nosiy audio is being read and processed.

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