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Help me I have a D-8 HANDYCAM... ITs nice but lately when i try to play back my recorded footage, i can not hear the audio that i am recording.pls....pls....pls...help me. the video appears, its clear but no audio so far... pls...plsss...help me

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  • LABIO Von Jun 05, 2007

    Sir,

    Thank you for the rply.
    Yes there is an audio when i connect the audio out RCA jacks to a cable to the input of a stereo.
    In my cam there is no audio?

    What will i do sir to solve this problem?

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First, verify your taped video is ok by doing this: connect your audio out RCA jacks to a cable to the input of a stereo. now play it. if audio ok, then problem somewhere from audio amp section to speaker on SONY.

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