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Connecting A Roland Midi Keyboard To My PC For Band In A Box Windows 7 Xonar HDAV 1.3 Card

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  • kezkeg Apr 07, 2011

    Roland PC-200 MK 2 Midi Keyboard Controler
    I Tried Using A Anolog To Digital Converter Connected To USB But Nothing Happened
    Pc Did Not Recognise It

  • kezkeg Apr 07, 2011

    No I Don't Have That Converter Any More I Returned It For A Refund
    But I Have Another Digitech Converter Model AC-1611 With L& R RCA Inputs With 5 DCV Power
    Supply
    Output Conections Toslink & Coax Audio Delay S/W 150 Ms I Have A Toslink Cable With Nowhere To Plug It In To PC

  • kezkeg Apr 15, 2011

    Roland Midi Keyboard PC-200 MK 2 Controller

    I Have Purchased A Analog To Digital Audio Converter Digitech AC-1611. Which Has RCA Inputs & Toslink Optical & Coax Output And A Toslink Audio Cable ConcordD WQ7261 Toslink Plug To Toslink Plug


    What Port In Th Sc Do I Connect To & What Plugs Do I Need





    I Purchased These Devices To Try To Connect My Amp But With No Success

  • kezkeg Apr 20, 2011

    What Is Happening Can You Help Me Or Not Roland Keyboard PC-200 Mk 2

  • kezkeg Apr 20, 2011

    Digitech Audio/Video Converter Mod Ac-1611
    Description: It Has RCA Inputs Toslink & Coax Outputs

  • kezkeg Apr 20, 2011

    Concord Toslink To Toslink Cable WQ7261

  • kezkeg Apr 22, 2011

    Roland PC-200 MK 2 Midi Keyboard Controller
    Digitech Audio/Video Analog to Digital Audio
    Converter Model AC-1611

  • kezkeg Apr 30, 2011

    How Are You Going With My Problem?
    Are You Still Working On It?
    If You Need Anymore Info About
    What I've Got Pl3ease Ask

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Hi,

Welcome to Fixya. May i know the model of your Roland Midi Keyboad and what seems to be the problem when connecting it to a Xonar HDAV 1.3 Sound Card?

Thanks

Posted on Apr 06, 2011

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  • Rofel Lantican
    Rofel Lantican Apr 07, 2011

    Do you have a driver for the Analog to digital converter? Can you also provide the make and the model of the converter?

  • Rofel Lantican
    Rofel Lantican Apr 07, 2011

    May i know what type of cable do you have there specifically the Toslink

  • Rofel Lantican
    Rofel Lantican May 03, 2011

    May i know if there's any update with this one?

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