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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Installing USB sound card (any windows)
built in I use for speaker, 1 USB I used for monitor to my DJ mixing software, 1 USB I used for telephone(VOIP)
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
you may have to many "things" going on in the backgound, Look down by the clock in the lower left of your screen, and right click and close any running programs you don't need right then. You don't need any of them for windows to run, so dont worry about closing them down, then try recording and see if thats better. then you need to disable some of those unnedded apps from starting with windows, which is a seperate solution.
Please give a good rating if this helps
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
SOURCE: I'm trying to use my
Above is your user manual, perhaps this can help?
If you are getting feedback, that's because there is too much "Coupling" between the Mic & Amp, You may need to use a Mic, with LESS drive.
Are there any Firmware upgrades?
You also need to ensure the Recording CODEC is the same as the playback CODEC, that's a must do.
Posted on Nov 30, 2010
Double-check your input cables from the receiver to the LG 389. Do you have the sat. receiver AV out connected to the front AV In on the LG DRT389? Make sure that you haven't mixed up the L and R audio connections on either side. (I've done something similar with RCA cables myself.) Next, try a different set of cables.
If that doesn't work, there may be a problem with the audio jacks on either your receiver or the 389. To check, plug the AV cables from the Sat. Receiver directly into the TV. If you have sound and video, then the input jacks on the recorder may be damaged.
Try using another input. (It looks like some models have the SCART input; you may need to set the input source in the menu under AV2 Decoder.)
The fact that you have audio output on USB and DVD's means that cables/connections between the LG289 and the TV are fine.
I hope this helps. Please add a comment with the details of which AV port you are using on the LG389 for additional assistance.
Posted on Aug 31, 2012
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