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Antonio Vizacarra Posted on May 21, 2007
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CANOPUS ADVC110 AUDIO PROBLEM MY PROBLEM WITH THE AUDIO IS WHEN PUT RCA MONITOR THE AUDIO COME BAD.

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    the audio doesn't work at all

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Does the audio play back OK on the computer? Sounds like the audio level is incorrect.

Make sure you connect the audio output to a Line input, not a Headphone or Phono input.

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