Question about Panasonic AG-DVX100A Mini DV Digital Camcorder
I have channel 1 set to input 1, xlr/mic plugged in to input 1's input, channel 1 audio level cranked up, and the only way to get a level on the mic is to literally pound on the mic. Internal mic does fine, but problem is the same all things being equal on channel/input 2. This is a used unit, new to me, previous owner remembers having a similar problem but says it's a setting, but couldn't remember what that setting was over the phone and I can't find anything relating to this problem in the owners manual. Also tried with another mic, same problem, plugged this mic into another camera, mic and cable seem to be fine, too.
Also put the phamton switch in off . and put a dynamic mic. the setting in menu is better put in -50db and adjust the level control .
Posted on May 17, 2009
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