It was doing fine. one day i tried to connect it with my TV to playback according the manual instructions. but it was not working. i don't know what the reason after that i cannot playback in the camera too. it showing some distorted screen. no picture no playback with any casset. please send me the solution. urgent please. thanks for your time
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Has the TV got more than one scart socket? If so try a different one, as some are not designed for VCR playback. Also the scart lead must be fully wired, check that it's not damaged (look at the pins carefully). Scart leads are good at causing all sorts of trouble, so make certain you have a good quality new one connected.
According to page 89 of the manual (available here), you need to set the playback standard (HDV/DV) of the camcorder to match the standard used when recording the tape. Instructions for doing this are on page 40 of the manual.
If you take the cables that are currently connected to video 1 and connect them instead to video 2, select video 2 as the input from the remote and get the no-signal message, there is a problem with either the switching IC (not likely) or the input jacks (more likely). The problem with the input jack may be as simple as a bad solder connection that can be fixed in 5 minutes. Do the test first. If you get no signal, request service. This should be a simple repair.
Hey that is a classic video camera, very cool, one of the first to have PC connectivity, one of the first to use a firewire connection (fast) to a PC, all that in mind the little docking station that came with it should have video (RCA) type plugs on it that would match up to most TV's and VCR's (if you still have one) DVD players, you can play back your movies. It has the ability to store analog to digital onto your computer - if you have a DVD burner on your PC you can make DVD's out of those old movies with your kids, that would be the way to go. I'll dig around to see if one of my sources still has his manual for this camera. I'll check back with you within the next day.
These are the possibilities:- 1.Check the connections. you need to connect yellow cable to yellow jack(I assume you are using AV cable to connect) 2.Change settings of your DVD player accordings to your TV, like NTSC, PAL etc.
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