When I make a new recording I do not get any sounds.If one listens very carefully there is a minute sound in the background.Playback of older tapes are OK.If I make a
follow-on recording on one of these tapes it records with no sound. Selecting Stereo 1 or 2. Audio SP1 or SP2 or maximum Manual Mike recording level all have no effect. Picture quality is great.
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Sounds like you may be recording electrical interference from another electrical source as well while trying to record your vocals. Try unplugging other electrical devices that are in the area of your recording equipment, then try recording again. If that doesn't work, move your recording equipment to another location and try to record again.
Did any of the files ever playback with sound? You can record sounds, but that doesn't mean the recorder is picking them up. A bad connection, level control setting could be wrong.
Try to do another short recording. If you are using a microphone pull the jack out during recording and put it back in again. Then listen to the recording. If there is sound when the microphone is in and it goes when it is out, then there is a possibility that somehow you recorded the other stuff with no connection and that's why there is no sound. If there is no sound on the new recording at all, then you might have a faulty playback amplifier inside the device.
Sound from a speaker, nah, that's an optional feature (kidding).
If you dig into the manual annd go through the setup using the test tones you can prove/disprove the viability of all the speakers and channels. THAT is required before we try to listen to 'music' (assumed 2-channel) on multiple speakers.
Sound Field programs (page 25) can be applied to just about any source. Experiment, even within a given recording. You'll be amazed how different digital processes can make even familiar recordings new and more interesting. I've discovered instruments and sounds in old recording I never noticed before.
Hello try to used and external headset to make sure the speaker is not the problem, if no audio come out the headset when you are listening watch the red light indicator and talk if the red light blinks you unit may have the internal record switch broken and you may over recording your tapes you can send your unit to repair but I think is cheaper to get a new one, you can get a similar one at http://www.tvps.com/Products/SONY-M-675V-Micro-Cassette-Recorder---New-M675V__SO-M-675V.aspx
It is probably a hard to find record electronics problem and possible that the record bias is staying on partially. This will erase partially the audio and apply the clicks. You are going to need a good Technician for this. Try this guy- I have confidence in him. New Jersey Factory Service, Inc. 16 Chestnut Avenue Suite 103 B Emerson,New Jersey 07630 201-967-0060 Fax 201-967-0062 Mon- Thurs 8-4 Closed Fri Sat by appt.
Are you trying to record and listen at the same time? It doesn't usually work that way, the computer has to process and encode the audio signals before they can be listened to. Once you restore the computer, are you able to listen to the recording? If you have onboard sound, rather than a separate sound card, all the audio processing is done by your CPU. If you are trying to listen to the audio as it is being recorded, you are probably overloading the capabilities of the device and its shutting itself down. Try to record without listening. Also make sure you have the latest drivers. If it is onboard audio, check the manufacturer's website for updates. If you know that it is Realtek AC 97 (probably says so your manual), you can download new drivers from the Realtek website.
i would say try other cd recordable media but it sounds like your player has a tracking/laser pick-up problem or a laser mechanism fault,i would suggest you take it to the nearest repair agent to get them to look at it for you.