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Hi, Having trouble with a product,but can't find a forum to ask a question. Where Do I ask question about Roxio Easy LP to Mp3?? Gerry

 

This is good.....Ask away.

 

Have a look at this first http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/70254-getting-the-most-out-of-the-roxio-community/

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My Problem: No Audio at Roxio Program.

Set-Up: Attempting to Convert Cassette Tape To MP3 File. Audio from Tape Deck RCA out to Roxio Audio Capture USB Device to USB port.

Result: With Speakers Plugged into Capture Device I can Hear Audio but no audio seen at the input program. My selection was, Audio, Line (USB Multimedia audio device). When I check Windows Vista,.. Control Panel, Sounds, Record, Level..It says that Line for the Roxio devive is currently unavailable?? Tried the same setup using Mic..and plugging a mic into the Roxio capture device and that works( Audio is there). I can Convert the tape if I bybass the Capture device and go directly to the Line input of the Audio card. There are no error code, I am a first time user and it has never worked properly.

 

My system: Acer Aspire T690, Realtek HD audio card, speed 2140 @1.60GHz, 2.0 gb Ram 70.9 gb Free Memory, Last updates 1/14/2011.

 

It appears that either the capture device is faulty or Vista does not recognize that Line has been selected in the Roxio program. Gerry

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I've a feeling the capture device won't work in the absence of a video signal.

 

What most of us do is feed the audio output from the playback machine to the line in socket on the computer and record from there

Not sure what to think, this program and hardware is supposed to be for converting cassette tapes and LP's to what ever. None of the tips or the instruction manual showing hook-up's say anything about video. Guess I can buy a couple more adapters and go from Mic out on amp to line in on audio card for the LP's. Is there a better product??

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I've a feeling the capture device won't work in the absence of a video signal.

 

What most of us do is feed the audio output from the playback machine to the line in socket on the computer and record from there

SUCCESS..There is an option in the Roxio program called SPDIF Interface (USB Multimedia audio device). This one works, Not the "Line In" that the instruction book say to use. Not sure Why but not sure that I care...Gerry

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You don't need an adaptor - just connect the output from the player to the line-in socket is all (a simple lead)

 

Depending on the output - you may need a twin RCA to 3.5 mm stereo jack lead or a 3.6 mm stereo to 3.5 mm stereo lead and that's all

 

Check this tutorial

OOPS...Can see the audio but attempting work with it, there is nothing, no sound. Back to the drawing board...Gerry

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Did you try what I suggested (using a patch lead from the player to line in)?

Yes, That works for the tape Deck with the cables that I have. Unfortunately for my LP's, the Amp doesn't have "RCA out" jacks so, I will need to use the "Mic Out" and require another Y connector. Not a big issue, thanks for the help...Gerry

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Yes, That works for the tape Deck with the cables that I have. Unfortunately for my LP's, the Amp doesn't have "RCA out" jacks so, I will need to use the "Mic Out" and require another Y connector. Not a big issue, thanks for the help...Gerry

 

Do you see a "phono" out either on the turntable or on the amp? That MIC is probably a input rather than an output.

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Yes, That works for the tape Deck with the cables that I have. Unfortunately for my LP's, the Amp doesn't have "RCA out" jacks so, I will need to use the "Mic Out" and require another Y connector. Not a big issue, thanks for the help...Gerry

 

Also, how about the Headset jack (if you have one).

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