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I am trying to connect my computer to my amplifier for the Roxio Easy LP to MP3. The manual says to hook into the amplifier via the "Audio Out" ports. I have ports for connecting my phono, my tape player, the CD changer, and for video, but I don't have any ports that suggest they would be "Audio Out." My goal is to transfer my LP's to my computer and then burn discs. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Bill

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I am trying to connect my computer to my amplifier for the Roxio Easy LP to MP3. The manual says to hook into the amplifier via the "Audio Out" ports. I have ports for connecting my phono, my tape player, the CD changer, and for video, but I don't have any ports that suggest they would be "Audio Out." My goal is to transfer my LP's to my computer and then burn discs. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Bill

 

 

Bill,

 

You don't have any RCA connectors labeled 'Output'?

 

List make and model of amp...

 

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Bill, do you have one of the newer amps that have an optical output? Some of the newer ones do. You can get a converter for that to give an RCA output.

 

Are you referring to this, 'fiber-optic cable, TOSLINK?

 

I've never seen a Amp that the fiber-optic cable is the only output..

 

To keep me up to date would you please point me to one?

 

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If you don't have a pre-amp section that let's you use seperate In's and Out's or a Line Out then you could try using the Tape Out's.That should give you a line level output.

Connect the left and right to your sound cards line in using the Y cable shown.

It should be a fixed level so you will control the volume with the controls in Roxio.

 

You could also use the Headphone jack although I prefer the Tape Out jacks.The difference would be that the Headphone jack would be affected by the Volume control on the amp.

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