12-11-2018 03:37 PM
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12-12-2018 03:06 PM
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12-12-2018 10:08 PM
I got the buzz while trying to monitor while recording a church service ..
Thought it was the old raggedy headphones, but when I got home and plugged them in to my laptop they worked fine. Thought I had a bad audio output jack... then did some research.
Thanks to "Crazy Will" and his excellent you tube tutorials, I found out how to set the headphone monitor to work!
From the LCD viewfinder, select the "Home" icon on the left side of the screen (little house).
Then in "Other Settings" select "Tools" (screwdriver & hammer icon) with "Adjust various Settings and Preferences" caption.
In the resulting menu there are 3 tabs along the top of the window.
Select the "Monkey Wrench" tab on the right, and in the menu that opens, select "Adjust Headphones". > [AV / Headphones] (HP icon).
Hit that; > window with 2 boxes: [AVI] & [Headphones]. Select HPs.
The VIXIA seems to be set on AVI by default, which is why headphones plugged in to the audio out jack don't tend to work.
Go back to the wrench menu and select he "Volume" bar directily underneath [AV / Headphones].
Tapping that opens up the Volume window featuring a little slider bar with a HP icon at both ends. The left one has one " )" on it's right side and the right one "))))" for "Loud" .... I assume. There is a a little square box on the right end of all that with a number in it, which is the volume setting. As you swipe the orange bar up or down the slider, the number changes to indicate the coresponding volume level.
Crazy Will reccomends leaving the slider about in the middle around .
When you've got it about where you want it, [X] out back to the viewfinder.
There ya have it!