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Sound is fuzzy on Playback

I don't know if my problem is in the microphone or the speaker, but on play back there is no sound, its just fuzz. Do I need to change the battery on the speaker, or am I looking at repair?

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May be this problem with your built in speaker, put the audio vedio cable to tv and see if sound is coming what you have recorded then it ism sure that speaker is faulty

Posted on May 28, 2010

Testimonial: "I figured I should try that. I plugged head phones into it, and it was still fuzzy, but I'll hook it to the tv and go from there. Am I pretty much screwed if its the internal speaker? Thanks for your help!"

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