Need Adaptor connect DJ Tech Turntable to Sony Mini Hi Fi MHCRG495
I have purchased a DJ Tech Direct Drive USB Turntable for transferring my vinyl LP's into CDs. I want to hook it up with my Sony Mini Hi Fi MHCRG495 enroute to my Mac G4 so I can use the three stereo speakers.
Do you know what kind of adaptor I need ? I was looking at an RCA Scart Plug Adaptor but wasn't sure if that was the right thing to buy.
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You can solve this problem by purchasing a PS/2 to USB adaptor which you should be able to find for $1 at most tech shops, however it is advised to purchase a new USB Mouse as they function much better with these new computers than the old PS/2 mice.
click start all programs accessories open windows explorer navigate to your video files right click on the video right copy navigate back to the destination usb flash drive right click select paste or hold the mouse cursor on the video files drag them to the usb drive
then drop them
or if you are downloading photos from the internet
once it starts downloading windows will ask whether you want to run or save it
a browse option will open you can save it into a folder in my documents or another
Lots of advise on the web with various solutions, You can use a 1/8 jack to 1/8 jack or an adapter depending on the size of the amp jack. Some sites don't recommend this, but if you make sure your sound levels are low (PC and Input source)to start you won't blow anything. Some set ups don't need your stereo at all and software is available at various prices and quality. Check out reviews. Depending on your current set up and turntable you may need a preamp, newer ones are built in. You can get USB equipment like turntable with usb and RCA inputs to make it a little easier and 1/8 line in jack to connect other equipment like a tape player(about $100.00). Be cautious about the software, lots make promises that they can't keep. Cheap is as cheap gets. EZVinyl converter and ITunes is troublesome, Audacity is complex for advanced users. Try LPRIPPER.COM its expensive but I've heard good things and you can download a trial. Lots of How to sites can be Googled. Read a few, they all don't always consider everything you might find useful.
You probably need some sort of media player or something that will allow your vcr to play the tapes through the computer and will allow you to save it in some type of format such as windows media player or something. After that you should be able to transfer it to DVD with a program such as roxio. To see if your computer is detecting your vcr hook it up go to my computer and look for a new storage device.