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Not getting sound on play back or it could be its not recording the sound?

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DVR Would tell me its Digital.. Get a Memory card if you dont have one, Go to Best buy or circuit city/Similar and try out a demo model DVR recording with sound. If the playback on yours produces sound suspect the Mic circuit if it does not ? You have the answer.. Hope this helps.

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Posted on Jan 15, 2008

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