No Sound When Records are recorded to Computer via the Microphone
Hi : I have a Technics intergrated Amplifier I play my old records on a Technics Turntable and input sound into my computer via the microphone port. Everything seem to be working but I have no sound when I go to Playback . If I put apre recoreded CD in Computer speakers work. Computer sounds are also normal. What have I done wrong. What output jacks do I use off the Amplifier . I have Tape 1 Record Out Playback and Tape 2 record Out / Playback . Those are the only output jacks I see.
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It seems that you have a low Hz feedback loop between the speakers and the tonearm/stylus.
Usually it's only a visual effect and very little can be heard.
In the old times there was a "subsonic" filter in the phonostage part of the amps to cut this out.
You could try a different placement of the turntable as this phenomenon is induced by airborne vibrations and a different placement could ameliorate this interaction...
For connecting these to your amplifier you need 4 Stereo RCA Cable.
1.Connection for cd: Take one of the RCA cable connect the one end (red/white) jack to the line out of your cd and connect the other end (red/white) to the CD input of Your amplifier.
2.Connecting the tunner:
Take one of the RCA cable and connect the one end (red/white) jack to the line output of you Tuner and connect the other end (red/white) to the TUNER input of your amplifier. 3. Connectiong the tape deck:
Now you have two RCA cable. Take one of the RCA cable and connect the one end (red/white) jacks to the PLAY out of the Tape deck and connect the other end (red/white) to the TAPE 1 play input of your amplifier.
Now connect the last RCA cable. Connect the one end (red/white) jack to the record input of the TAPE deck And connect the other end (red/white) to the TAPE 1 Record input of your amplifier.(this connection will help you to record to tape from cd or tuner. if you are not interested in recording then you can avoid this connection.)
Now you can select these three items from the frond plannel control switch of the amplifier.
I assume you want to record from tape to computer and monitor the recordings later. Simple three steps. 1) Connect the tape deck line out ( or labeled PLAY ) to any one of the inputs like Aux / Tuner using an 2RCA connector. 2) Connect Rec out from the SUV' to line input of your PC ( blue socket ) sound card. 3) To monitor your PC sound after recording on to Hard Disc , connect a cable between the PC sound out ( green socket ) and the the SUV Tape monitor IN ( sometimes labeled PLAY ) Now comes the tricky part.When you want to record on to your PC put the source switch on the SUV to where you have connected the Tape deck ( Aux / Tuner ). On the SUV keep the Tape Monitor switch to source ( released position ). After having done the recording to monitor and hear the Hard Disk playback turn on the Tape Monitor switch ( dipress it ). The pressing of the Tape switch on the SUV lets you toggle between the source and recording - In your case Tape deck and PC
overload is protection from very big signal input-or high current output. 1-keep your input signal between -10db-----to 0db. 2-confirm that amplifier power is greater than total power of loudspeakers by 20%(if loudspeaker total power is 8 watt-amp watt must be 10 watt at least.
Can you, or can someone you know, check for DC voltage on the speaker terminals when the amp is on, but not playing? Ideally, the meter should read 0mV with no signal, and certainly less than +/- 10mV. Anything over +/- 30mV is worth having checked out, especially if it changes as you turn the volume knob with no signal applied.
check volume balance between right and left-then change inter connection between sound source and amplifier with new cabel(i prefer gold plated type connectors)(see radio shack). after that if the problem excit your fault in output transistors or output stereo ic depend on circuit design.
well the mixer is optimal way if you are planning to buy another one sometime but if you are to have only one then you need a corrector which changes the signal (preamp)
just ask for a corrector and say your problem in any tech-shop they will help you..