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Happy day! My son is hooking up his turntable to his Apple computer and he can, vaguely hear, from the turntable it is producing sound but the direct USB cable in is not producing sound from his Apple laptop. Can anyone make any suggestions? Thanks! Have a great evening with smiles to share :-)

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Register and download the manual for free at retrevo.com

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Numark-TTUSB-manual/id/530ci970/t/2/

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Switch the turntable to Line unless you're using a Phono Preamp.

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