The sound quality in my coolpix L11 is OK, however, I can hear a "purring" noise on replay. This makes recording quiet scenes impoossible since the only sound on playback 'is the "purring" sound.-No, I'm not recording my cat! I returned my first L11 and recieved another one thinking the first one was defective. I have the same problem with the replacement. There are no menu sound options other than shutter sound, volume and button sound.
Hope this isn't a silly suggestion but check for little holes on the front of the camera - one or two usually. This is the microphone. Make sure you are not putting your fingers over them when filming...
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A sound during certain cycles indicates a broken part. By the information provided sounds like a pump may be the problem. You may need to contact a service tech about this issue. If the appliance still under warranty, the service should be provided for free.
Every time when you hear noises (other than the normal ones) in the appliance, it indicates there is something wrong and it will worsen over time, so as soon you hear something is not ok, get assistance.
Check if the charger is working. If yes Firstly, make absolutely sure that you have a pair of fresh HIGH
QUALITY batteries, in fact go and buy a couple of duracells. Digital
cameras are notoriously power hungry and it is very possible that a
pair of cheap standard batteries will not be able to run it for more
than a few minutes. Check that the terminals of the batteries and the
camera are clean. If none of this works, and you did have fresh
alkalines or equiv. then it will have to be returned for repair.
Is anything blocking the mic? Maybe there's a sensitivity setting on the headset or the phone? I'd recommend connecting it to a Bluetooth Enabled PC and try recording with sound recorder to test the sound quality/volume. If it's ok on the computer, it's a problem with your phone. If it's still quiet on the computer, I'd recommend you send the headset away for repairs/replacement of defective device.