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No sound when playback or after finalized

I recently tried to playback a recording on my Canon DC10 camcorder and discovered there was no sound, after making all the troubleshooting checks as advise the problem was still unresolved. I then finalized my disc and played it on 3 different computers and although there was a picture it apppears that no sound was recorded. The disc used was new(Sony), I also tried a new dvd and one that had been finalized on one side (a recording made a few weeks ago), this although worked perfectly on my computer it did not record recently on the other side. I am at a total lost. Please can you help?
Sheryl

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  • Hazza10 May 19, 2008

    I went into menu then onto settings-checked WL.Remote is on-volume is on high,how can I check if the microphone is active other than the way I described.

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Perhaps the microphone was muted while you were making the original recording? Have you tried playing back a new recording with the microphone active?

Posted on May 19, 2008

  • Matt Jurach
    Matt Jurach May 20, 2008

    Can you plug headphones into the Canon DC10 and playback from the device itself? Do you hear audio then?

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