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Not transmitting through both speakers properly

When I connected the utx-b1 transmitter to my camcorder the feed sounds clean through the left speaker, but has a very low and distorted sound coming from the right speaker. Could this be a setting problem in the transmitter or a problem with the camcorder?

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The UTX-B1 input is not a stereo jack, and the receiver output is also not a stereo jack. Only the receiver Headphone/Monitor jack is stereo.

Not sure if you are sending stereo signals from or to the camcorder. But you can try mono-to-stereo adapter.

Hope it helps!

Posted on May 09, 2009

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