Sony TRV-22 choppy sound

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by MSug1, Jun 13, 2004.

  1. MSug1

    MSug1 Guest

    I have had this camea for a year now. Now all of a sudden when I video tape the
    sound is all choppy when I play it back. So bad you can't even make out what
    the audio is. Any ideas?

    MSug1, Jun 13, 2004
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  2. Clean the tape heads, first thing to check out. If the signal is
    bad, the first thing to go can be the audio, before you see dropouts
    in the video.

    A damaged/defective tape can do the same thing. But you'd be able
    to play other tapes -- if it is all tapes, it has to be the camcorder.

    The other thing would be damage/misalignment to the VCR mechanism
    itself, but usually you can record new tapes which play fine -- it is
    older tapes which do not.
    Jeffery S. Jones, Jun 13, 2004
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