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Buzzing noise I am converting 3 year old VHS tapes of people giving talks to DVDs. On playback of the burned DVD there is a buzzing noise that gets louder as I increase the volume of the TV. Its annoying and should not be there. Am I burning the DVD wrong? Is there a way to burn in mono?

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Could it be your monitor or tv??

try playing on another machine

i have and old vhs/tv combo that is use for my job
and i use to record on it around the clock as a security cam - so it has a lot of hours on it

when i record it like security cam -- the sound is going thru it just fine -- but when play back i have the buzz/roar

i was told by an engineer the heads are gon

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