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SOUND QUALITY WHEN FILMING IN HD IN A LOUD PLACE THE SOUND IS VERY BAD, DISTORTED, ANY SUGESTIONS

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Contact Aiptek they will send you a fix by email. I had the same problem but all is now OK.

Posted on Jan 16, 2008

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