How to hook up my Mackie 1202 VLZ PRO to my computer .....
Hi, I have a small house studio and I hook everything up to my mix which is a Mackie 1202 VLZ PRO. Everything works great and has great sound but when I send my volume out of the computer to the mixer so that the sound can come to the speakers its all static. You can hear the sounds but alot of static. Also when I send the sound out of my mixer from the head phones output to the mic input to the computer, you can barly hear anything. Please help me if you can and thank you to everyone who answered my last question. It helped out alot, Thanks and wish all you well.
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Re: How to hook up my Mackie 1202 VLZ PRO to my computer...
I think your computer audio is not in shape to boost a great sound. specially when it is built-in sound in the motherboard of your computer. see your computer / motherboard manual's if the driver's you have AC '97 then you cannot really boost sound.coz it's a generic driver's for sound card. if try also to update your driver's (sound). by seeing the brand and the model of your motherboard or computer and go to manufacturer websites for update. after update if can't help, but you really need to boast a great sound then you can really buy a PCI sound card 6 channels or 24bit 5.1 or 24bit 7.1 f your sound system have are compatible with this. or has an interface like this - audio 5.1 and 7.1.
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I don't know if this will help, but I dug up the pdf for you. according to the pdf:
The Options > Control Surfaces > Rebuild Defaults menu
option rebuilds the factory default settings for all connected
Logic Control unit(s). This is required if the internal assign-
ment table has been changed.
You can go to Ebay.com and type in power supply and they will put up a list 4 you and you can get one there. make sure you get the same one as you got and the same volts. it will tell you on your power supply what you have. good luck anymore question let me know. best regards Richard
We have hooked out tech 12's up to our dell with onboard sound and have used a rca on one side and a line in jack on the other and just test your sounds and you should be fine to plug it into the mic or speaker plugs, it won't be perfect quality but it should work out for you Let me know how it goes