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I have a rca dcr8052,and when hooked up with s-video cable i cann not get sound.

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S-video only passes the VIDEO - you will need to make sure you also use the WHITE and RED connectors which are stereo L and R channels - for your audio input and for your audio output as well. Make sure you plugged your audio inputs in the right line input. Example, if you are plugging S-video in LINE 1, make sure your red and white cables are plugged in LINE 1 audio input !

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