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You will need to clean the tape carriage and tape heads. Buy a small can of compressed air and a good quality tape head cleaning tape. Use the compressed air to clean out the tape carriage and the run the head cleaning tape. Use the compressed air again to clear out any dust and dirt form the head cleaning This should bring back the sound to your playback of the tapes. If not you may have other problems with the sound pick-up circuits. Check your settings and the microphone for some problem. You may have to have a service person check out the problem for you. Have them test it and give you a estimate of the cost of the repair. That way you can judge whether or not it will be worth repairing.I hope this information help you with your problem
Make sure you turn your other settings in the menu while in camera mode to ext, both or chain. Ext. mode, means pushing record on the camera makes the hard drive record, but not to tape, Both means that both tape and hard drive will record, Chain means when you run out of recording onto tape, the hard drive will automatically start recording as the tape runs out.
I think u are using pre recorde cassetts that were recorded on any other camcorder.. Samsung D363 supports ntsc not pal.... and the cassetts recorded on pal must have prob with ntsc based device... all u have to do is record cassette with the same and then test playback...
try giving your camcorder a few light taps (or not so light, just don't break it) and then turn it off and then on again
this sometimes helps in my experience but it is not a permanent fix and I suggest buying a new camera as soon as possible
C: Somone said that leaving the camera plugged into AC for 20 minutes or so will fix it, I have tried this myself and it MIGHT have worked (I have used it a few times without any problems but that has happened before
I am not sure where you are located but the camcorder you're trying to use now is a PAL version of Sony's 8mm camcorder. If the tapes you recorded earlier were recorded in D8 (digital 8) or 8mm/Hi8 format NTSC, they will not play correctly in this unit. The NTSC and PAL formats are different and not compatible.
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