You can add sound to the original sound on a prerecorded tape from audio
products (AUDIO IN) or with the internal or external microphone (MIC. IN). The
original sound will not be erased. For best results, add sound to tapes that have
been recorded with this camera in SP mode with 12 bit sound. If there are non-
recorded portions on the tape, or portions recorded in LP mode, or with 16 bit or
12 bit, 4-channel sound, dubbing will stop. If your tape hasn't been recorded in
SP mode with 12 bit sound, we recommend dubbing your original tape onto a
blank tape using the ELURA2/ELURA2 MC's analog line-in function, then
dubbing audio onto the new tape. Make absolutely sure to set the audio mode of
the new tape to 12 bit and the recording mode to SP.
To connect other audio equipment:
• Do not use the yellow video terminal.
• The A/V terminal doesn't put out any video, so connect the S-video terminals
and check your TV, or check the LCD or the viewfinder as you add new sound.
Always check the new sound with the speaker or the headphones.
To connect an external microphone:
Connect the DU-300 Docking Unit (
65) in order to use an external microphone.
STV-250N Stereo Video Cable
: Signal flow
28) and the optional SA-1 Adapter
An audio device
(i. e. CD player)