It is either an early model F4U-1 Corsair made by Chance Vought or a Goodyear FG due to the 3 bladed propeller. My uncle flew these at the end of the war and was one of the few who could land it on a jeep carrier. The later versions were the F4U-4 Grumman and sported a 4 bladed propeller, which is what my uncle flew. He emphatically preferred the later Chance Vought model. The Japanese had learned how to shoot down the F6F Hellcats and the earlier F4F Wildcats were no match for the Zero. The enemy couldn't hang with the Corsair.
I couldn't find a picture of a Chance Vought F4U-4 so this one had to do at the time.
Getting back on subject, have you got audio again?