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Author Topic: Wireless cam gets slanted lines in video when microphone is used  (Read 2536 times)

ken

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I get slanted horizonal lines in the video
from my Xc18 cam and sent to my x10 36A
reciever. The VR 36A reciever works fine
and I get good video from other devices
like the VT32A Video Sender. The lines vary
as you speak so the problem seems to
somehow be related to the camera's internal
microphone . Even speaking into my PC's
mike causes the lines to appear in the
video. Has anyone else experienced this
problem?





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ken

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Re: Wireless cam gets slanted lines in video when microphone is used
« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2005, 03:57:54 AM »

---CORRECTED POST--- (Dman small text boxes
on these forums. (grin)
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I get slanted horizontal lines/bars in the
video on my VR 36A receiver which semm to
be coming from a wireless XCAM2. The VR 36A
receiver works fine with other devices like
the VT32A Video Sender.

The lines vary as you speak and when there
is ambient low-frequency audio in the
general vicinity of the camera. (i.e. ~air
conditioner vents, etc.)  The problem seems
to somehow be related to the camera's
internal microphone and the way it is mixed
with the  2.4 gig carrier signal being
transmitted from the camera to the VR36A.
Even speaking into my PC's mike causes the
lines to appear in the video. I have tried
using all four channels on the Camera-
Receiver. I have shut off all phones, other
x10 devices, TV's, and the problem remains.

Has anyone else experienced a similar
problem or found a solution for it.???


ken
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