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Re: Problem with FA-66
Judging from the wiring diagram on the cover, the headphones are connected to the same output lines as 1 & 2. When you increase or lower the monitors. So do the headsets. The only way to get around it is to find a pair of headsets with at volume control into the wiring of the headsets or plug the monitors into outputs 3 & 4.
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if you are refering to the headphones on a computer click start control panel sounds and audio devices select advanced there might be a tick in the mute box untick it or select audio from the microphone drop down list make sure you have the right one selected and in the volume box make sure the microphone box has a tick in it or select the voice tab and make sure that you have the right media selected also select volume make sure the box for microphone has a tick in ithope this helps
The converter is for video only. To get the audio as well, you'll need to connect a cable from the computer's audio output jack to the TV's audio input. The computer end will need to be a 1/8-inch stereo plug (like the one you'll find on iPod headphones), with RCA plugs for the TV. Here is one from Radio Shack, so you'll know what to look for. Connect the audio to the same AV input as the S-video cable and you'll have both picture and sound.
Well, all you have to do is make proper connections. There must be two power cables. 1 for PC and 1 for monitor. No video input message indicates that the video (VGA) cable is not connected. It is Video input cable, the Blue one with same connector at both ends. Connect it with your monitor and secure it properly. Its other end is required to be connected to the blue output connector at the back of the PC.
Let me know if any further clarification is required. Hope this helps! CreatuiveTECH
1.i gained info about the mains supply data (9 volts 2 a, minus pole in the center pole of the plug) which is a quite exotic supply in comparison to standard devices with 12 volts an plus pole in the center pole ... the fa 66 didn't work , when connected by 4 to 4 or 4 to 6 firewire cable . my laptop only has a small 4 pole socket. therefore i suppose that through this 4-pole socket and cable there was no current lead through.
after additionally connecting the fa-66 with mains supply AND 4 to 6 (fa 66 side) cable ... it finally worked. the manufacturer should print all relevant data directly to the fa 66 device near by the socket und also print "FA-66" onto the supply ... because i own lots of alike-looking supplys and it's a drag to find out which ist good for what... ;-)
I bought the FA-66 because I use Cakewalk Sonar and they sell this interface on the Cakewalk site with thier name on it. I've had nothing but problems with this unit as described above. I've tried it on two different computer and it does not work on either. I also use an RME Fireface 800 on both these machines, same set up and it works flawlessly. Drop the Edirol/Roland FA-66 and try something else like an RME card or something. That would be my suggestion. It's a shame Cakewalk promots this piece of garbage. I've tried Edirol/Roland technical support and the guy just kept saying the sound card works fine, like it was just my problem.