Help me my phine cannot record any sound
i record video anything and play it back, no sounds were present
my call also have a problem, someone who will try to call me but he cannot hear me, i think its the mouthpiece or any sound reciever that has a problem
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Sounds like the edge of the tape has been damaged. The edge of the tape has the speed encoded so the playback will know what speed to play the tape. Look at the edge of the tape for wrinkles. If present, throw away the tape so you won't use it for an important recording.
Mac come with builtin Sound Recording Service.
You need to follow these steps to record sound through your microphone.
Click the Apple menu and select Control Panels; select Monitors & Sound
Click the Sound icon.
Under Sound Monitoring Source, select one of the seven input sources (where the sound will come from): Built-in Mic, External Mic, Sound In, Expansion Bay, CD, Zoomed Video, Internal Modem, RCA In, DAV Analog In, or PC Card. Some systems may not have all choices.
Choose Sound Output Quality: 11.025, 22.050 or 44.100 KHz. Some systems may not have all choices.
Click the Apple menu and select Simple Sound.
Click the File menu and select New. You're presented with a window set up like the controls on a tape recorder.
Click the Record button and start your sound (either speaking or singing into a microphone, or playing your CD, or whatever).
Click the Stop button when you're finished. You can click Play to check what you recorded.
Click Save. You're presented with a Save dialog box in which you can name the sound file and place it in whatever folder you like.
You are done. If SimpleSound isn't in the Apple menu, search for it with Sherlock (press Command-F). To play the new sound file later, just double-click its icon to open SimpleSound.
For further help please visit http://www.ehow.com/how_6538_record-sound-mac.html
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If your PC has a video output and a sound output you could plug those connections into the DVD recorder and record videos as there being played back or if your were doing something for a demo like a Power Point you could record the presentation that way.