Question about Sony PS-LX300USB Turntable
When i record , the recording is not clean. I have only tried to record my punk records. When I do record, all you hear on the recording is the bass and lots of treble. YOu can not hear the voice. How can I change the sound settings so that the sound can be picked up cleanly? OR what do I do to be able to record all this mighty punkyness? Is it a preset on my computer? how i control the output to my computer to get a cleaner recording?
You might have a poor earth connection on either a lead or on the cartridge. That would explain the light far away sound.
Posted on Oct 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I think it's kind of cheap to ask someone to pay $10 for an answer to one question. Sheesh!
I haven't gotten the answer yet, but a local stereo store pointed me in the right direction. Thanks anyway.
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
go to control panel, sound audio devices, hardware , USB Audio Device Properies, Properties, click the + next to Audio Devices USB Audio Device Properties, make sure that is highlighted, click do not map through this device, apply restart program. Under device properties make sure sound playback is set to default driver ie: Realteck Ac97 audio etc... Hope this helps
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
any stylus should work i think radio shack sells them for pretty cheap and I know for sure that best buy sells them for cheap thats where I got mine. Best though from what I can remember is diamond tip but very coastly.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
Have you though of using a pre-amp? You'll probably need to go turntable --> pre-amp --> soundcard input to get acceptable sound
Posted on May 14, 2010
You do not need a driver for mac... just plug the usb cable into your mac... go to sound settings in system preferences and set USB to default audio input device... then install audicity... it is free and open source... play your record and hit record in audicity. done.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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