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Did any of the files ever playback with sound? You can record sounds, but that doesn't mean the recorder is picking them up. A bad connection, level control setting could be wrong.
Try to do another short recording. If you are using a microphone pull the jack out during recording and put it back in again. Then listen to the recording. If there is sound when the microphone is in and it goes when it is out, then there is a possibility that somehow you recorded the other stuff with no connection and that's why there is no sound. If there is no sound on the new recording at all, then you might have a faulty playback amplifier inside the device.
The best way to diagnose the noise is to hear it. Without hearing it all anyone can do is guess.
Is it a low dull thud? Goes up as the RPM go up? sound like its low in the motor?
That could be the lower end of the motor going out (worn bearings/rod knock).
Make sure you have oil in it.
It may be a hardware problem. to check it go to voice recorder in your phone in record any sound and save it and play it. if you hear good quality sound (loud and clear) then it is not hardware problem. try formatting your phone it will do for you. and if you hear bad quality or not at all able to hear any sound of recorded clip then it is hardware problem. you can not fix it by yourself you have to go to mobile repairing shop and ask them to install new mike in your phone. it india it cost around Rs100-150. hope this was helpful. THANKS FOR USING FIXYA.
Sounds like you do not have your audio recording source set correctly. If you're recording from a file on your computer or a CD via the CD-Rom drive of your computer, you need to probably set the recording to either "Wave" or "What you hear", one of the two. The "What you hear" can be easiest, but then again, if any other sound comes accross your computer at the same time, you'll end up recording that as well, so it's best to stick to "wave" if you can... or make sure all Windows sounds are turned off (Audio settings ->Sounds ->Select "No Sounds" as the theme).
Sir, I solved the problem .Actually under the SOURCE title it was under the LINE IN.There were some more options like INT.MIKE, EXT.MIKE, OPTICAL. So i first tried under external mike by connecting to the EXT.mike and selected the source and by removing the external mike switched to Int. mike and changed the source. It automatically picked according to the source and played the recording and saved it in the file and later heard the lecture with the head phone and later converted in to a file in the laptop. Now it is working nicely. A really a good product to make use and it is very much user friendly. Thanks again. regards crsrinivasan
1.Download Audacity - http://audacity.googlecode.com/files/audacity-win-unicode-1.3.9.exe 2.buy a cable for sound input, with 3.5" connector on both sides (like the end of mic/phones) 3. connect cable from Phones/Output on keyboard to a PC where you connect your stereo 4.run Realtek program for sound, go to Mixer/Record and enable Stereo Mix, then in Audio I/O click on connected device and assign Line In. %. Now run Audacity and start recording sound,you should hear your keyboard
The microphone on most of these slip cameras are very small and it is possible your finger or hand was over it. And to be honest since this microphone is so small the quality is not going to be very good at all. I don't know if there really is a solution to this outside of buying a high end camera if sound quality is so important.
You need an 1/8" male jack plug (both ends) cable. One end plugs to audio out on TV card, the other end plugs to audio in on the sound card. Or is it the other way around. Anyway, thats what you need. I think Radio Shack sells them maybe BestBuy or Circuit City.