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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
set power mode switch to normal position- use main volume to increase the volume-if the power mode switch is in casio chord or fingerred position-switch power mode switch to normal
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
SOURCE: Casio CTK-671 No Sound
Try plugging in a set of head phones , if you get sound that way the input jack may be causeing the prob. try pulling it back an forth a few times, sometimes this will free up the head phone jack. I hope its that simple . May be some one will have another idea Good luck DFD please rate me TK U
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
1.Download Audacity -
2.buy a cable for sound input, with 3.5" connector on both sides (like
the end of mic/phones)
3. connect cable from Phones/Output on keyboard to a PC where you
connect your stereo
4.run Realtek program for sound, go to Mixer/Record and enable Stereo Mix,
then in Audio I/O click on connected device and assign Line In.
%. Now run Audacity and start recording sound,you should hear your keyboard
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
if it has a headphone jack on the back of the keyboard then there is a cable that you can buy and put it in the microphone input. Another ideas is to try krystal media it is a free recording program.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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