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Audio I own this camera and I bought it because my neighbor was camping out in her car all night blasting the radio because she a narcissist and I'm a convenient target. With the camera there she won't sit in the driveway but she plays a radio out a back window all night and the audio on this camera doesn't pick it up at all.I can ignore her but I'd much rather use the camera to stop her.I can hear cars go by but not the radio which is much closer,why?What can I do?

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Write down the registration of the car , make a note of the date and times when this is happening then go to your local council and thay should help you , if you don't get any joy go to your local citizens advice ps still keep all times and date of this good luck colin

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Easy, get a separate recording mic, or better yet a new recording device......
Do you have a fence between your houses?? .. go buy a big non-working microphone with a cable.. mount it on your side of the fence so she can see it... she will think you are recording her... and maybe quit..??

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