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I have installed the AT-LP60-USB turntable into my computer via USB/ The Audicity program is installed as per the directions. Everything is working well - turntable, Audicity, etc. However, there is no sound coming out but the Audicity sound bars are moving while the record plays. Looks like the hardware connection is fine. I have speakers directly connected to the computer. According to the directions I shouldn't need to connect the speaker wires that loose on the back of the turntable. It should just play through the computer. Is that correct?

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You have to listen through the Audacity software. Once you start Audacity, click on the down-arrow on the toolbar next to the microphone symbol and choose Monitor Input. You will need to do this every time you start Audacity.

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