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Dubbing Sound To A Recorded Tape - Sony Handycam DCR-PC330 Operation Manual

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Dubbing sound to a
recorded tape
Preparing for audio recording
To the intelligent
accessory shoe
Signal flow
Record audio in one of the following ways.
• Using the internal microphone (no connection
• Connecting a microphone (optional) to the
MIC jack. (A)
• Connecting a microphone (optional) to the
intelligent accessory shoe. (B)
• Connecting audio device to your camcorder
using an A/V connecting cable. (C)
The audio input to be recorded takes precedence
over others in the order of MIC jack t
intelligent accessory shoe t A/V jack t
internal microphone.
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Internal microphone
CA/V jack
Do not connect the S video
plug (black) and the Video
plug (yellow).
Audio device (such as
CD/MD players)
You can record additional audio to the
original sound on the tape. You can add
sound to a tape already recorded in the 12-bit
mode without erasing the original sound.
A/V connecting cable
Audio output jacks
b Notes
• You cannot record additional audio:
– When the tape is recorded in the 16-bit mode.
– When the tape is recorded in the LP mode.
– When your camcorder is connected via the i.LINK
– On blank sections of the tape.
– When the write-protect tab of the cassette is set to
• When you are using the A/V jack or the internal
microphone to record additional sound, the picture
will not be output from the A/V jack. Check the
picture on the LCD screen or the viewfinder, and the
sound on the headphones.
• When you use an external microphone (optional) to
record additional audio, you can check the picture
and the sound by connecting your camcorder to a TV
using the A/V connecting cable. However, the sound
Microphone (optional)
Audio L (white)
Audio R (red)


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