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To conect a sound card to an amplifier is easy onect the pin to the audio out put of the sound cand and to the audio in in the amplifier and make the selection mode as aux then the sound card will be amplified with amplifier also increse the volume in the sound card to approximate level
Disconnect all power to your PC.
Open up the cover your PC (CPU) and find spare connection on *********** ( beside your VGA / video card). If you see a spare, you can install your card there. If you found cover with screw, remove it accordingly. Place your sound card on female adapter securely.Check if there is output audio wires from your cd rom and connect to your sound card. Close the PC cover. Power on your PC. If you have external active speaker, connect it out to sound card audio output.
Now you supposed to can play your PC with sound card.
After reinstalling/installing an Operating System you can lose the Audio Drivers or sometimes they just corrupt.. Try reinstalling the Audio Drivers from the disk provide with your P.C./Laptop. If you no longer have the disk just visit the website of the makers of your P.C./Laptop or Motherboard and download the Audio Drivers from there, after that install them.
Thumbs up please if this works for you, thanks.
you must go into the cmos and diable the onboard sounds when cp starts hit either f1 or f2 or del key to inter cmos be sure not to disable anything else the sound are usly found at the pirephels esxcuse spleeing
Usually record turntables are not amplified at all.
Also make sure you are using Line In (stereo) and not Mic In (Mono). And be sure the cable from the record player (turntable) is stereo also.
Check your audio settings in your pc software and make sure the Line In is not muted and is at the correct level for you to hear it. Some sound cards also allow the Line In to be Line level or Pre-Amped the signal from the turntable may need to be boosted. Let me know if this solves you problem or maybe I can help further.
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I was speaking to this custom pc company about my identical problem. Turned out that I had the wrong speaker setting in Windows. It was set to 2.0 when it should have been 5.1 and hey bingo, it worked. Not sure if thats what your problem is but sounds the same. Ted