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Until yesterday we could record sound through the inbuilt camera mic,the XLR adaptor for external mic on top of the camera and the mic input via mini jack at the front of the camera. today only the input via the mini jack in the front is working. there is no sound being recorded through the camera mic and the XLR adaptor. the volume is not modulating on the LCD screen even when the level is set to MANUAL. What has gone wrong?

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im wondering why it cant be repaired down to componet level as if the servicer has a schematic its probaly not more then a cap a diode or both snf msybr sa resistor as they do have a protection curcuit on thes camcorders that wount let it distroy the Board Maybe you need another servicer??? Im not sure of your queistion on the adaptor But im sure that if you look in your owners manual it will assist you in where to call to get or buy accessorys. Good luck

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Your camera, according to the manual, has a single input for microphones, and in the internal menu, AUDIO DUB has to be set to MIC. IN. when using an add-on microphone. An MA-300 hot-shoe microphone accessory can be used, and then the input controls would be on this device, not the camera. Your camera can also record in two different audio qualities: 16-bit two channel or 12-bit four channel. If you are using an accessory you may need to select 12-bit in the internal setup menu in order to have enough channels to add on the additional microphone(s).
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