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This is caused by one of two things. The first thing is that you might have accidentally activated the mute function and as a result, it cannot record the sound of the environment since the mic has been de-activated. The second and most likely thing is that your mic is faulty and can also not record the sound in your environment. You can try to restore the default settings and see if there is any change as the mic settings may have been altered but if it doesn't then you have to send it to an expert technician to help you change the mic. Hope this solution helped you? Please comment if you need more
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Sounds like a faulty cable or a loose connection. Check to make sure everything is connected snugly from your Wii to your television. Also try plugging the cables coming from your Wii into another available connector on your television if you have one available. Otherwise it's most likely the cord that connects the two if your tv displays other systems, such as your cable/satellite or dvd player, correctly.
This camera does record sounds. But, it doesnt look like it has a speaker in it to play them. So, yes unfortunately you wont be able to hear what you record unless you are using something else to playback what you have recorded.
Sounds like the scart lead is not in straight. Scart connectors have the audio pins at one end, and the video pins at the other. If the lead isn't in straight then you often get sound and no picture and vice versa.
Check the connection by pushing the scart lead in securely. (Both DVD and TV end of the lead)
1. do a hard reset to factory settings. 2. do a surround sound test to make sure all sounds are coming to all speakers properly 3. check the cable from the main unit to the sub for any obvious problems. ie. plugged in securely etc etc.
it sounds like the cable from the main unit to the sub is faulty
you need to check whether sound is ok tru av out leads ,or is it problem with no sound while trying to play back in camera as have seen a few of these with internal speakers going faulty.if you try it tru av leads you should have sound if this is the case