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JVC BR-DV6000 Print to tape problem

I work off a Mac and when I go to print to tape on a DVCAM tape, the audio cuts off, but when a mini DV tape is used, it lays perfectly. Now the big mystery is that the tape deck lays perfectly off of a newer computer. Another thing is that when you plug in earphones to hear the audio while it lays, it sounds fine. Can anyone help?

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If the problem only shows with Mini DV tapes, it can be a tape guide issue or a mchanism loading problem where the tape is not being properly "seated" into the tape mechanism. You will need to use an oscilloscope to look at the RF waveform coming off the tape to try and figure out where your problem is.

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