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One easy test is to swap the RCA cables (left for right, right for left) going into the USB device. If you still get sound only in the left channel, then you've proven that you're getting a signal from both channels from your audio source, and that there's a problem in the USB device. If the signal swaps to the other channel, then the problem is before the USB device.

 

Let us know how you make out with that.

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Umm... no. You've proven the device is good. Originally, you were getting sound only in the left channel, right? That says that either there's no signal getting to the right channel, or, the right channel on the device isn't working. So, you swapped the wires, and now the right channel works, proving that the right channel of the device is good (we already know that the left channel is good), so the problem must be with the signal coming from your turntable, or tape player, or whatever.

 

Re-check your connections and any other wiring.

 

What are you using as a source?

 

Sorry... see posts #5 & 6

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Umm... no. You've proven the device is good. Originally, you were getting sound only in the left channel, right? That says that either there's no signal getting to the right channel, or, the right channel on the device isn't working. So, you swapped the wires, and now the right channel works, proving that the right channel of the device is good (we already know that the left channel is good), so the problem must be with the signal coming from your turntable, or tape player, or whatever.

 

Re-check your connections and any other wiring.

 

What are you using as a source?

 

Dave, he was only getting sound out of the right channel both ways with the cables. He never got sound out of the left channel.

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