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No output to speakers from line-in port

I want to connect my record turntable/preamp to the line in port, but I'm getting no output, what can I do?

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  • myungul Jan 02, 2009

    I fixed the problem, Yes, the monitoring check-box was unchecked in the recording settings, so I checked it and the problem was solved. Thank you so much.

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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.
Please help me continue to help you with a good rating when it is deserved. Thanx, - CompuWayne

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

  • compuwayne Jan 02, 2009

    No problem. Glad I could be of help.

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