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I am digitizing vinyl. I cannot figure out how to connect this HE100 to my computer. phono has only in. turntable will not run through tape, which has record/audio out connections. it seems silly and dangerous to connect to my computer through the speaker wire. Various sets of instructions just say connect--as if it would be obvious.

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  • mekersten Apr 25, 2010

    I figured this out. Phono in, tape out. not logical, but correct.

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Perhaps you should break this down into its TWO components:

1) Define the Phono source you're using. Is it an old-school turntable that REQUIRES a Phono Preamp conenction on the receiver to generate a useful level and quality of audio: or do you hae a new-age TT that can supply its own pre-amplified signal to ANY Line Level input; or do yuou have a newer-age USB TT that could connect directly to a PC via USB?

2) Anything that can connect to or pass through the receiver can be used as an input on a PC Sound Card via it's Microphone Input (if not via a specific analog or digital input). Run an RCA cable from the receiver's Tape_ or VCR-Out to an adapter that fits the Microphone Input if there is no RCA-style audio input.

Posted on Apr 25, 2010

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