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Is there a software patch that allows the ION USB Turntable on Windows 8?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
How exactly have you got this equipment set up thanks ???
If you play another song on the computer from a cd original then what sort of output do you have???
Is the sound clear and complete???Bass Treble Mids etc
If the turn table has been set up properly the you will get a signal from the record deck to the computer and head phones too via the mixer.
Next is to check the way sound gets from the usb to the computer
Maybe the USB drivers are required for the computer before it will play correctly.
Try to uninstall then reboot and reinstall.Check again
If this doesnt work then try the make and model of the usb turntable and check to see if there is an updated driver for you computers type or brand or Operating System.ie - XP or Vista
Hope this helps ,let me know if you need more help,
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
Drivers are not necessary. Connect the TTUSB to a USB port on the computer (not on a hub or in the front panel) and the device will install as "USB Audio Device" From there, you can use Audacity (freeware from Sourceforge) or the Mixmeister EZ Vinyl Converter software they ship with the unit to record.
Here are direct links to the software and documentation:
EZ Vinyl Converter (PC)
EZ Vinyl Converter (Mac)
Audacity Software Guide
EZ Vinyl is pretty much get-up-and-go. The guide I have is basically "start it up, hit "record"
Note: when you hook up the TTUSB, it will become the default output device. You will need to go into the sound options in XP and Vista to change the default output device to your usual audio devices.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
Ignore the smart-alec response above. He obviously doesn't understand the purpose of the "audio in" jack on the turntable.
I assume that you can record via the turntable ok so it's not a matter of getting the sound from the TTUSB to your computer..
You may have tried these already, but these standard troubleshooting steps are worth going over:
- Make sure the tape-to-tt patch cable is pplugged in to the LINE OUT on the tape deck and plugged into the 1/8" socket on the TTUSB. Make sure all conections are firmly seated. Do not make a connection from receiver to the TTUSB as it may overpower the TTUSB circuitry.
- Does the tape deck have an output volume control? Make sure it's turned up.
- Adjust the GAIN control on the bottom of the TTUSB
- If still no sound, change patch cables. You could have a bad one.
- If still no sound, then it's possible you have a defective unit with a bad audio jack.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
CHECK TO SEE IF YOU ARE GETTING SIGNAL ON BOTH CHANNELS OUT OF THE TURNTABLE IF ONLY ONE SIDE FAULT IS AT THE CARTRIDGE CHECK CONNECTIONS AT REAR OF THE HEAD SHOULD HAVE 4 IN PLACE
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
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