Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I am from Australia and no-one at Casio Musical Instruments Australia can help with the problem I have. I recently bought a Casio WK-8000. It plays great and sounds great through headphones or it's onboard speakers. However as I only use it for recording I have found a problem that I can't overcome. Despite using 2 into 1 stereo cables into my recording computers, it only records on one channel and as the tones are stereo tones I can't record my favorite tones. Even if i put the cables through a mixer it comes in on 2 channels but each channel replicates the other. Can I record 2 stereo channels - an example of this is the tone synstep1 where the piano is recorded but not the strings behind it (which is the tone I want). Please advise?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a SA-203 receiver.
I did hook up my PC to my SA-203 successfully. I noticed the amplification was weakest when I hooked up through the "phono" connection but in all cases both speakers worked. Be certain you have plugged in the cables completely and the contact points are clean. If you open your Technics SA-203 you will see it is apparently not very complicated so if the connections are the problem you can probably even fix it yourself. Go to Radio Shack online as it is unlikely the sales help knows s**t about there electronics part bins and probably neither will the manager. But once again, I really believe you just need to fiddle with the plug at the "phones" connection on your receiver. Good Luck and sorry I took so long.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
SOURCE: I've got a Pioneer PL-300
Hi Mikey. I shure hope you have solved your problem by now, but for everyone else, I woud like to shead some light on this matter. What you need to do is to adjust the auto-return lever that is located between the center of the platter and the tonearm, underneath the plastic cover. To do so, you first need to remove the platter so that can reach the adjustment-screw.
This is how the lever looks like in my PL-300X and it should look the same for you. I've marked the adjustment-screw that can be reached through a hole under the platter.
and this is what it looks like with the cover on:
Hope this can solve your or anyone elses problem. Ciao / Albin
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
I think the problem you are having is that you are not getting a true 5.1 channel source. You have to be using a digital cable from the source to get the 5.1 speakers to show on the receiver. I had the same issue for a day then figured it out.
For example to get 5.1 speakers from my PS3 blu ray I had to connect the hdmi to the receiver then to tv and then also an opitcal cable to the receiver from the PS3 to get the 5.1 channels.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
You generally need two microphones to record in stereo. If you have only one microphone to use, you have to make sure that the pan pot for the channel you are plugged into is set in the center of its range.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
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