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The only thing that might cause something like that is a build up of static. You can buy anti-static products for records and turntables. I tend to use an anti-static spray which also cleans the records.
The best solution I found for recording a telephone conversation is a product I purchased at Radio Shack. But actually, I have replaced my Perlcorder with an HTC Hero cell phone, but any Android cell phone will do. There is an app called Ultimate Voice Recorder which is absolutely unbelievable both for its total clarity and automation. It makes ant other type of telephone recorder obsolete. With the app you get complete clarity, the call is saved to your SD card, and you can set the app to record every call, if you like.
you'll will need a peamp device to boost the audio level of the record changer. preamps are still available try radio shack, they use to have one for about 40dls, but connect the turntable to an available input, something you are not using(aux) run a test with a record, you should be able to listen to the record but with a very low audio level, if you don;t then forget about the preamp and you'll need a a/d conversion device.
Using the OPTIONS menu while in a call, you can go all the way to MY SOUNDS menu. (Normally from there you can choose RECORD NEW) but if you are on a call it says NOT AVAILABLE DURING CALL... so you can't do it using the standard LG setup. Sorry.
call microsoft and cuss the pakis ! just say that you reformatted they will give you another product key.. rememebr all conversations are recorded so really don't try to **** microsoft they due have the right to leagally pursue you for copyright infringment laws and penaltys.. use a fake name and a cellphone..
This is a phone system phone. If you can record conversations it would be a feature of your voice mail on the system (the phone itself cannot do this). If it all worked, you should have the recording in your voice mail box. It may be in with recorded messages or there could be a separate location. Example: Press 1 to hear your messages, press 2 to hear your recordings, press 3 to change your password, etc...
If you are using a Symbian OS based phone (such as the Nokia 6120 Classic or many others, you could try using software such as Total Recall to record all your mobile phone conversations. Just be sure to set the recording quality to 'low' or both parties may hear beeps wile recording.