Connect the little end of the USB cable to the top of the unit. If you are looking at the face of the unit, the port for the cable will be on the right. Then connect the big end of the USB cable to your USB port on your PC.
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I don't see a RX-V733 on Yamaha's site. However, look for a stereo audio input on the receiver. Then use the appropriate audio cable or adapter for the CD player audio out.
Depending on the CD player, you should use either an RCA M/M to RCA M/M (red/white) audio cable or a 3.5 mm headphone to RCA stereo audio cable. (If you don't have a headphone to RCA stereo audio cable, you can use adapters on either side. Examples: 3.5 mm M to RCA F/F adapter to RCA audio cable as above or 3.5 mm M/M cable to 3.5 mm F to RCA M/M audio adapter, depending on which cable you want to use and where you connect the adapter.) After making this connection, turn on the CD player, select the appropriate input.
Yes, but only with the yellow (video) and white (mono audio) rca plug cable (to mini USB) that came with the camera. This plugs the camera into a composite input (yellow) found on older video cards, VHS recorders, DVD players and TVs. There is no software switch to tell the Lumix what to do when it's connected to a PC by the USB cable; it just assumes you want to transfer files. Unlike USB audio recorders (Zoom H4) which give you the choice at plug-in, audio interface or disk drive?
Try this link - they have udated drivers for your player, which hopefully will solve the problem;
Try a different cable also, and check by plugging it into a usb port on another computer that the problem is not with your usb ports.
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Are you useing a digital audio cable when its cutting on & off? How long between the on & off? I have the same problem when I use a digital audio cable or a coaxial audio cable from my DVD player. To use the surround (6 CH) feature you need to use the 6 channel RCA jacks and if what ever your hooking up dosent have the RCA outputs your out of luck. My DVD player does have the 6 channel outputs and they work but the digital cables won't work. What are you connecting to it? I think something is wrong with the digital circuit board in mine, I would like to replace it and see. Reading your manual will help understand the 6 channel RCA and fiber optic digital cables. I hope any of this helped.