Yes in the Sound And Audio Tab the USB Audio Codec IS the default recording device. Just after selecting it as default device XP will NOT let me change the recording volume. I thought the device must therefore have its own control panel. but it does not And I've read the manual.
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here is what ION is telling people (short version) this is for vista or win7
1. Visit www.ionaudio.com/ezvc to download the latest EZ Converter software. 2.install new software if needed, 3. connect ION Audio USB. make sure its ON (if it has a switch) Setup Procedure 1.Start thenControl Panel. 2.double-click Hardware and Sound. 3.double-click Sound. 4. At top select Playback tab.choose the audio output device. Don’t chose “speakers-usb audio codec” (that’s your ION) don’t chose modem 5. click Set Default. 6. select Recording tab at top of Sound Control Panel.choose "Microphone – USB Audio Codec" as the default device. (that’s the ION) 7. Click Set Default. 8. click Properties.select Advanced tab 9.set the Default Format setting to 2-channel, 16 bit 44100 Hz (CD Quality). 10. Un-check the two boxes under Exclusive Mode. Click Apply 11. select Levels tab from the top of the Sound Control Panel. 12. Set the level slider to 4. Click Apply, click OK to close the window. Have everything set up and running, ifyou have to call this number for help. 401-658-3743 ext. 1405
When you first connect the turntable, Windows XP (and Mac OSX) will often select the "USB Audio Codec" as the audio input and output for your entire system. Since your turntable does not have speakers, audio will not be heard from your programs until you tell Windows not to use the turntable as an output device. Here's how to change these settings so that your internal sound card will always be used for playback whether or not your ION TTUSB is connected via USB: For Windows:
On the bottom left of your screen, select the "Start" menu.
Select "Settings" then "Control Panel".
In the window that opens, select the "Sounds and Audio Devices" icon. (If you don't see a choice called "Sounds and Audio Devices," choose the "Switch to Classic View" option in the panel on the left of the window, and the "Sounds and Audio Devices" icon should become available in the list on the left.
Select the "Audio" Tab at the top of the "Sounds and Audio Devices" control panel window.
Under "Sound Playback," choose your internal sound card as the default device. This varies by computer but should not be set to "USB Audio Codec" or "Microsoft Sound Mapper".
Under "Sound Recording," select "USB Audio Codec" for your default device.
Check the box titled "Use only default devices".
Click "Apply"...then "OK".
Open your Hard Disk.
Open your "Applications" folder.
In the "Applications" folder, open the "Utilities" folder.
In the "Utilities" folder, open the "Audio MIDI Setup".
In the "Audio MIDI Setup" under Audio Devices, set:
"Default Input" to "USB Audio Codec"
"Default Output" to "Built In Audio"
"System Output" to "Built in Audio"
Now, all programs, including Audacity, will only use your internal sound card for audio output.
i found the problem i also fixed the ******* problem in windows 7 theway to fix is that go to recording devices in the volume mixer (i mean in the taskbar the speaker icon right click it recording devices and it will show your mic if ya hav been pluged it) the after going to recording devices then double click the mic u are using then an windows will appear . go to enahcement tab untick "dc offset cancellation". thats it
Hey same problem here, mine is also not enabled the volumen controls on control panel or sound controls for windows xp sp2 have you find the solution for this, i contacted to samson, but they didnt send me any solution (just to send it for repair)
To get sound in both channels in Garageband for a podcast using the G-Track Microphone:
select a voice track to record into
make sure the Track Info window is open (blue i button in lower right region of screen)
at the bottom of the Track Info window you will find Input Source:
Change the default setting of Stereo to Mono 1 (USB Audio CODEC)
This assumes you have gone to Garageband preferences and changed the Audio/Midi settings for audio input to USB Audio CODEC which appears when you plug in the G-Track Mike
yeah that is quite interesting on what you got there but chances are i really think its the operating system since this is a plug and play device, what instrument are you actually connecting to it? are you using any adapters or is it a direct cable USB attachment from the device to your computer?
when you go to control panel on your computer and check on audio and sound devices, is it already set to USB audio CODEC for the default device? did you follow the setup guide or check it? click here for the manual.
Here are some instructions relayed from someone who was able to fix a similar problme with help from Samson tech support:
The C01U is a WAV device. Therefore, adjusting the slider for your default MIC input level on the volume control applet does not adjust the gain on the C01U. You access the actual volume control for the C01U as follows:
Start, Settings, Control Panel, Sounds and Audio Devices
Click on Audio tab.
Under "Sound Recording", insure that Default Device is selected as Samson C01U.
Once Samson C01U is selected as Default Recording Device, click on the Volume button just below the name. A new window will pop up, with a vertical slider. This window will be labelled "WAVE IN", however it actually does control the MIC volume for the C01U.
The key here seems to be that the USB device that represents the Microphone input (as far as Windows is concerned) is not a traditional microphone, but (as mentioned above) a WAV-IN device.