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Creator 2011 Digitize Lps On Hp Envy Via Audio Out/audio In Jack


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HP Envy does not have an audio-in jack which would take the common connector from the pre-amp connected to my turn-table. Instead it has an audio-in/audio-out jack which takes a dual band (double banded) jack. How can I digitize an LP in this situation? Local Radio Shack and similar stores have no ideas about common connecxtor/dual band connector adapters or RCA/dual band 3.5mm cables from my pre-amp to the computer.

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HP Envy does not have an audio-in jack which would take the common connector from the pre-amp connected to my turn-table. Instead it has an audio-in/audio-out jack which takes a dual band (double banded) jack. How can I digitize an LP in this situation? Local Radio Shack and similar stores have no ideas about common connecxtor/dual band connector adapters or RCA/dual band 3.5mm cables from my pre-amp to the computer.

 

 

 

 

You will probably need a cord like this http://www.amazon.ca...R7CKZGFPX7BPD2P but without knowing what type of jacks are on your pre-amp, and what kind of jack is on your Envy audio-in/audio-out we would be guessing. As cdanteek has said in post #2 contact HP.

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You will probably need a cord like this http://www.amazon.ca...R7CKZGFPX7BPD2P but without knowing what type of jacks are on your pre-amp, and what kind of jack is on your Envy audio-in/audio-out we would be guessing. As cdanteek has said in post #2 contact HP.

 

Thanks for giving me a chance to clarify the problem. The cable at http://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B0042DIZTE is what I have. At the computer end that cable has a common connector (note the two bands). The jack at the computer end takes a dual-band connector (i.e., it has three bands). The common connector signal is ignored by all "capture from" optins in step 1 of thge conversion process.

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