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<p>Record and recording the sounds through the computer sound
is a relatively simple procedure that only a free space on the hard disk, suitable
software and a short profile of TRS cable is required. Windows computers
usually come with an audio recording program, from the entertainment equipment a
program is found in the Start menu. <br />
<p>1. Turning off the computer speaker's audio jack of your
computer's sound card. <br />
<p>2. Attach the small RCA cable into the sound card speaker
output. <br />
<p>3. Connect the other end of the RCA small correction to the
microphone port on your sound card. <br />
<p>4. Start the Sound Recorder program from the Start menu.
Click the Record button. Tell your computer to the sound you want music or
video progress bar to take to indicate when the movie is ready to play. Click
the Record button, which will continue to record. <br />
<p>5. Click the File menu in the Sound Recorder program and
select "Save As". Enter a filename and click Save. <br />
could be a frequency issue what are you running 44100Khz 48000Khz 96000Khz or higher Try to see what one your tv supports best thing to do is to try the lower frequency's first as not all devices support higher ones this should be done through your sound cards settings
Just connect: one output from 100fx to uca202 line in. Connect an output that corresponds what you want to get (e.g. if you're going to record something use record out or main out) one line input from 100fx to uca202 line out. the USB cable from uca202 to your laptop's USB port. The solution is the same (in general) whatever mixer you may have.
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You must connect: the mixer output to the "line|optical" input of the Transit the mixer input to the line (in case of an analog signal) or to the optical (in case of a digital - optical signal) The USB connector on the other side is going to be connected at the USB port of the pc. Just keep in mind that the signal flow goes as the arrows on the Transit.
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go to radio shack or walmart . get a cable that has an 1/8th inch stereo plug on one end and two (male) rca plugs on the other end.
make sure your volume is not all the way up on either the computer or the stereo.
plug the 1/8 inch plug into your "speaker or headphone" jack on the laptop.
plug the red and white (male) rca plugs into the auxilary or cd "IN" on the home theatre.
Power up the stereo, make your source on the home theatre the Auxilary or CD, whichever you used to plug the RCA's into.
now you should hear anything from the laptop through the home theatre.
Just buy two connectors(shown above). Its having two holes upside. 1. Connect the connector to one hole of the other. 2. Connect the audio cable to the dvd. 3. Then connect the connectors to the other side of the audio cable. 4. Lastly, connect the three stereo output cables of the Creative speakers to the three holes of the connector simultaneously. I have tried this at home with my Creative Inspire M5300 speakers and philips dvd. All the five speakers are working. -------------------------------- Rovan C
Right, it uses a fiber optic cable that connects to the "Digital Out" on your computer. There is "harmonic distortion" with the use of the RCA cables; the louder the output volume the greater the distortion. When using the "Digital Audio Cable" the is only pure data signal, aka DSP (Digital Signal Processing), because the two devices communicate with Infrared light flashes through the fiber optic cable; trust me you can hear the difference. You may need to buy one of those cables if your receiver did not come with one.