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Mic input I am only receiving 1 channel of audio when I use an external microphone in input 1, and none at all in input 2. The internal mic is fine, recording with both channels. The mic is a Sennheiser me55.

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Have seen a couple of these cameras with this problem.  a defective board inside the camera is the culprit. the board itself costs around $500 plus the labor to replace it.

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