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No sound I recently purchased the Ion TTUSB10 to backup my old records onto cd's. When I connect the USB and begin recording, I can hear the music on my computer. The issue is that the file which is created is just dead sound. I can find the file (mp3) that was created and the length is all accurate but once played in itunes, media player or quicktime, there is no music. Any ideas on what could be wrong?

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Try setting the recordsettings of ur soundcard to "record what you hear". This way it will record ALL the sounds that are produced in windows. Warning: this also means that it could record an windows systemsound as well.

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Hi if you click on control panel, click on hardware+sound,then click on the recording tab find it will show up as microphone USB Codec click on it, click the properties button,click on advanced tab,
in the default format make sure that " 2 channel,16-bit,44100Hz (cd quality)" is selected, the incorrect default is for 1 channel.


Hope this is of some use to you.

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Thanks for your rapid response. Fortunately I discovered the problem and was able to resolve it. Whether it is just my computer or all computers I wouldn't know. When I switched my computer off, after recording vinyl to my pc, then switched it back on again my pc had reset the default input so I had to reconfigure it again. Since then I have not used it but wonder if I have to reconfigure the recording device everytime that I switch my computer on. I did make the USB Codec microphone my default recording device and applied the setting but the pc seemed to do its own thing.

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2- This turn table has a fast record mode where you can record a 33 rpm LP faster by spinning it at 45 rpm. If you are trying to use this mode you will have to make a software setting to tell the TTUSB10 digital converter program what mode you want to run.

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