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Chris Quinn Posted on Jan 29, 2006
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JVC GR-AXM341 SOUND / AUDIO DISTORTED

When I play it back with the Camcorder the sound is distorted and when I play it back on the Tv it does the same. Does the heads need to be clealed or the mircrophone needs to be replaced or a loose wire! Thanks You

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