Question about ION Audio iTTUSB Turntable
I downloaded an update for my EZ vinyl tape converter and it seemed successful but when I try to record I still get the message that it is set to record in mono
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
3 things to check: First, do you have the turntable grounded to the Stereo receiver, if not, make sure you do. Second, what kind of Audio cable interconnects the two pieces of electronics? Should be a very good balanced cable like Monster ILN or Phoenix Gold, or ProFlex. That alone can cause major noise. Third, Are you using a good power/line conditioning surge? Panamax, Furman,Monster all make very good line conditioning surge units. You've got an AC humm, it can be caused by just about anything in your home from a bad light bulb to a loose common wire in any AC outlet. LP's will amplify any kind of noise that's not heard on other devices. Chances are if you tune your receiver to AM you will hear it as well. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 24, 2009
Even simpler than that program is Audacity. You can download it free. The easiest way to accomplish what you want to do is this. Go to WalMart and buy a double male ended headphone cord for about $5 Plug one end into the headphone jack on the tape deck, plug the other end into your microphone jack on your computer. Be sure to turn down the volume to about 10% on the tape deck. This will keep the sound from becoming destorted. Press record on Audacity and start the tape. You can see it record as it plays. Then save that Sound file as the name of the song.
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
It is probably too late to help you, but others might have this problem and we solved the issue by disabling and enabling.
Click on windows button (bottom left hand corner), control panel - sound - Playback tab
You will find that there are a number of different speaker setups in that area. One set will have the light meter moving, but there won't be sound from your speakers. This is because the modern computer is much more like an amp and has the ability to have different speaker combinations and settings. You only use one speaker set-up.
- double click on a speaker option, advanced tab, and test. If there is no sound, then your speakers aren't connected to that port. Move to the next one.
- Once you find the correct speaker setup for your system, then disable the previous setup and ensure this one is enabled. Once the meter bar lights up for the right speaker combo, all sound will work as expected on your computer.
The modern computer is much like a stereo amp now, and you have to tell it which set to use. (For some reason it works well enough, until you start adding stereo components onto your system.)
Posted on Dec 26, 2010
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