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Old August 10th, 2004, 12:01 PM   #16
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<<<My advice to anyone owning cameras or audio having 1/8" jacks is to make a short cable, adapting 1/8" to 1/4" or 1/8" to two XLR. And never unplug it from the camera.
Carlos>>>


U're Damn right,Carlos
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Old August 10th, 2004, 09:22 PM   #17
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I've heard the glitches Mike has (thanks Mike for posting it to me).
They are same thing I had on older tapes recorded on Sony TRV10 cam. My fresh tapes exibite same thing too but not so pronounced. And to top it off I'm pretty much sure I have this on all my shots but almost unaudible (you really have to listen very carefull to hear it's actually there).
So does it come from wet electret condenser (tapes from different cam for example)?
I'm almost 100% sure it's not the mike or the connector. Connector jack gives hissing, crackling bump noises.
What we have are GLITCHES!!! Where and why this glitches come in the recording I don't have answer right now. Some bad electronic design or component probably?!
Or overload of the signal?
Thinking more the old tapes recorded on Sony more likely to have slight incompability - this is possible especially when recorded in LP mode (usually even stated in the manual that intergangability of LP mode recorded tapes is not good when plaed back on different cam).
So is it possible that the GS100 also have problems playing back even it's own matherial?
But Mike replayed the problem on different cam - so it should be on recording...
Oh well, I don't know...
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Old August 13th, 2004, 05:10 AM   #18
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Bogdan is right,Mike,
what i had on TRV900,which was caused by humid audio interface, was really WILD noises,not like that wma U sent to me.In my opinion this is no easy problem,and the problem should be INSIDE your cam(some recording module stuff),rather than outside(what I mentioned before).I am sorry that I had never shot in LP mode,and never came across this situation,either;I can't give you a proper answer.However I will post this problem along with the wma file "pitchnoiseGS100" on Taiwan DV web community for some good advises.One thing I am sure is,your problem may be best fixed by sending back to Pany.Hope U can get a perfect GS100 back and an absolute answer.I'll mail U any new information as soon as I have.
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