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Roxio Easy Lp To Mp3 No Sound When Recording.


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I am using a Dell XPS 420 32bit computer with Windows Vista Home Prem.as OS.

 

Yesterday I bought the Roxio easy LP to MP3 and I followed the installation instructions to a "T", but I have no sound.

 

I went back and followed the instructions in the book under OPTIONS: Start button, and Control Panel, clicked on Sound, Selected speakers w/USB Multimedia Audio Device and clicked on Properities, clicked on Levels to unmute. clicked OK. Started my cassette player and started recording again, still nothing.

 

I even went to the headphones line out on my cassette player and pluged into it and still nothing.

 

I thought maybe I would try going from the line out (red and white) in the back of my cassette player to the Mic input in the Roxio Audio Capture USB box, I plugged my headphone in the other side and even though the cassette speakers were blaring there wasn't anything coming through the Audio Capture USB box.

 

What the heck?????

 

Please help.

 

Thanks

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I am using a Dell XPS 420 32bit computer with Windows Vista Home Prem.as OS. Yesterday I bought the Roxio easy LP to MP3 and I followed the installation instructions to a "T", but I have no sound. I went back and followed the instructions in the book under OPTIONS: Start button, and Control Panel, clicked on Sound, Selected speakers w/USB Multimedia Audio Device and clicked on Properities, clicked on Levels to unmute. clicked OK. Started my cassette player and started recording again, still nothing. I even went to the headphones line out and pluged into it and still nothing. I then tried going from the line out (red and white) in the back of my cassette player to the Mic input in the Roxio Audio Capture USB box, plugged my headphone in the other side and even though the cassette speakers were blaring there wasn't anything coming through the Audio Capture USB box. What the heck?????

 

Please help.

 

Thanks

 

Doesn't anyone believe in paragraphs anymore? Edit your post so people can read/understand it.

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I am using a Dell XPS 420 32bit computer with Windows Vista Home Prem.as OS.

 

Yesterday I bought the Roxio easy LP to MP3 and I followed the installation instructions to a "T", but I have no sound.

 

I went back and followed the instructions in the book under OPTIONS: Start button, and Control Panel, clicked on Sound, Selected speakers w/USB Multimedia Audio Device and clicked on Properities, clicked on Levels to unmute. clicked OK. Started my cassette player and started recording again, still nothing.

 

I even went to the headphones line out on my cassette player and pluged into it and still nothing.

 

I thought maybe I would try going from the line out (red and white) in the back of my cassette player to the Mic input in the Roxio Audio Capture USB box, I plugged my headphone in the other side and even though the cassette speakers were blaring there wasn't anything coming through the Audio Capture USB box.

 

What the heck?????

 

Please help.

 

Thanks

 

You should be going from the Cassette deck with a stereo RCA cable to the Roxio device,then the Roxio device plugs in USB.Or you could go from the Cassette deck to a Y adapter with the RCA's and plug into line in on your sound card.If you go with the Line In make sure you have that enabled in your sound card.

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You should be going from the Cassette deck with a stereo RCA cable to the Roxio device,then the Roxio device plugs in USB.Or you could go from the Cassette deck to a Y adapter with the RCA's and plug into line in on your sound card.If you go with the Line In make sure you have that enabled in your sound card.

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________I am going just like you said. From the Cassette deck with RCA cables to the Roxio device, and then to the USB slot on my computer. I have done it both ways and it just don't have any sound. It does however appear to record alright though, but I can't really tell without sound.

 

Thanks

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________________________________________________________________________________________________________________I am going just like you said. From the Cassette deck with RCA cables to the Roxio device, and then to the USB slot on my computer. I have done it both ways and it just don't have any sound. It does however appear to record alright though, but I can't really tell without sound.

 

Thanks

 

It would have been nice if you had told us this from the beginning, the Roxio program is ok, you have some options to set in your Sound card that will allow you to hear what you are recording.

 

This is for using the Line In jack ......Go into your Sound card......then select the Recording tab>you should have a Stereo Mix icon,(it could be called "what you hear") right click and select properties, from there you will have various tabs, check in there to see if you have the right options selected. I don't have Vista so I can,t be too specific.

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________________________________________________________________________________________________________________I am going just like you said. From the Cassette deck with RCA cables to the Roxio device, and then to the USB slot on my computer. I have done it both ways and it just don't have any sound. It does however appear to record alright though, but I can't really tell without sound.

 

Thanks

 

I don't run Roxio Easy LP to MP3 but your setup should resemble this Windows 7 setup...

 

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