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Audio is not recorded at all!! Please help

Our Panasonic AG-DVX100B is not functioning audio while Recording. NO AUDIO LEVEL. But when I have used it as VCR with my FCP6, then it record and playback nice audio video, so I have confirmed that the VCR is functioning OK. I tried all sorts of ways to activate the Audio Recording -- Changing all Format/Speed - the scene files -- initialized, checking double all the audio selection buttons - LINE-MIC, INTL-L/R, INPUT1/2, all. NO AUDIO FOR RECORDING. What could be gone wrong?? Hardware audio-circuit?
Please enlighten me, I would be grateful.

Ashique Ahmed Khair
DVX Lover
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I had the same problem but lucky for me my camera was still under warranty. After sending it for repairs and to my amazement, panasonic replaced my LCD and LENS (what?) and it worked fine. They did mention about a manual reset. Not the button thing you press. I was bewildered but happy the audio levels are working. But soon after then, I found out I couldn't capture my old tapes that i previously recorded!

Not much help,
Luke

Posted on Jun 30, 2008

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