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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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
<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 />
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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It is a grounding issue with the turntable most likely. Some turntables came with a ground wire that you attached to the receiver. You can also try a power strip that has a line filter incorporated to get rid of the hum. Check the local stereo shoppe to see if they carry them. You may also want to replace the audio cable that connects the turntable to the amp with a good quality shielded cable. If it has bad shielding it will pick up electrical interference and even radio interference as well. Turntable inputs on receivers have a preamp built in and the gain for each type of pickup is different. The pickup is either ceramic or magnetic and if I remember correctly, the ceramic pickup needed more gain than the magnetic one. The preamp will definitely make a ground hum a lot more audible.
i could not get it to work with cool edit either. I tried adobe audition. Sapoused to be the same thing and it works. HOWEVER it freezes like a SOB. and it makes awful sounds when it freezes. My ears still hurt. I want to break the emu and eat the pieces and pass it out as **** because thats what it is to me now. absolout ****.
A computer has line out and that means sound out from the computer to your speakers.
A line out can also be connected to a recording device or a pair of speakers with an amp built in.
Line in on a computer can be used to record audio from other equipment such as a Dj on his decks to record his set.
It can also record audio from mp3 players etc.
Line in can be used for mic's and also you can use mic in as well.
To record any audio onto your computer use line in.
Line out can also used for headphones and the mic will plug into mic in so you can talk online.