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I am using Spin Doctor 4.0 with an iMac G5 using OSX 4.8. I have been trying to digitize a stereo LP record using the advanced method. The setup indicates that it is set for 2 channels of stereo but only one channel is being recorded. I have verified that stereo is coming out of my preamp and is being input to my iMac. Nevertheless, Spin Doctor records only one channel. Has anyone else had this problem.

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LenW

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I am using Spin Doctor 4.0 with an iMac G5 using OSX 4.8. I have been trying to digitize a stereo LP record using the advanced method. The setup indicates that it is set for 2 channels of stereo but only one channel is being recorded. I have verified that stereo is coming out of my preamp and is being input to my iMac. Nevertheless, Spin Doctor records only one channel. Has anyone else had this problem.

Thanks

LenW

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Please disregard my original post. The problem was in the cable setup connecting my preamp to my computer. What was required was a long cable with a 1/4 in diameter male prong on the preamp end and a male 1/8 in diameter on the computer end. For the length required, all that was available was a long cable of the type described, but with a female connector on the computer end. I therefore had to use a short male to male cable with 1/8 in prongs on both ends to complete the connection. Unfortunately, the the fit of the male prong to its female counterpart in the other cable was not a snug fit resulting in an unreliable connection. Sorry for the false alarm.

LenW

 

Hi

Please disregard my original post. The problem was in the cable setup connecting my preamp to my computer. What was required was a long cable with a 1/4 in diameter male prong on the preamp end and a male 1/8 in diameter on the computer end. For the length required, all that was available was a long cable of the type described, but with a female connector on the computer end. I therefore had to use a short male to male cable with 1/8 in prongs on both ends to complete the connection. Unfortunately, the the fit of the male prong to its female counterpart in the other cable was not a snug fit resulting in an unreliable connection. Sorry for the false alarm.

LenW

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