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If the Camcorder has the A/V OUT, you can connect the A/V OUT of the Camcorder to the Audio IN on the Amplifier. You can use RCA Cable to connect like this way.

If the Camcorder has the Headphone OUT jack, then you can connect it to the Stereo mini IN on the Amplifier. This should work.

Some Camcorder have the HDMI OUT jack. You can connect the Camcorder to HDMI IN on the Amplifier(if it has one).

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