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Most of the answers to your questions will be solved by going into your computers audio set up. In windows you right click on the speaker icon on the taskbar. You can then set the recording levels correctly.

ION Audio Vinyl... | Answered on Feb 04, 2018


You most likely have loos or broken drive belt. Look underneath the uni. you'll see if the belt is there or not.

ION Audio Vinyl... | Answered on Nov 16, 2016


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Paranoid album

ION Audio Vinyl... | Answered on Nov 16, 2016


Don't expect to get much for them unless they are very rare editions in almost unplayed shape. You can try selling them on EBAY, go to swap markets or flea markets or antique dealers who deal in old radios and record players, or look in your area for used record stores (there are a few still around). Try VinylHunt com Hooking you up with independent record shops since 2006 Find... or Record Stores

ION Audio Vinyl... | Answered on Apr 08, 2015


The question could be answered easily if records had a fixed groove pitch. However, they use a variable pitch so that loud passages do not overcut into softer passages. According to the RIAA Bulletin No.E4 of 1963, a 7" 45 r.p.m. record should have between 16 to 32 grooves-per-inch.

ION Audio Vinyl... | Answered on Mar 13, 2015


It will require a phono preamp...designed for a magnetic phone cartridge that takes into account the RIAA rolloff so you don't lose bass response. A mic preamp won't work properly.

ION Audio Vinyl... | Answered on Mar 01, 2015


Try:

http://www.ionaudio.com/support/downloads

ION Audio Vinyl... | Answered on Aug 29, 2014


yes it can be done i have done this many time for many people... you will need to find someone who knows what they are doing with delecate vinyl... you could either locate a specialist on the web who will be able to take the track off the record and remaster it before it goes on the cd taking out all the clicks and cracks sounds and any imperfections in the sound caused by the damaged vinyl. this option could be expensive. Just type "vinyl to cd services" in google and the search should yeal what you are looking for.

or...

you could ask any good dj/bedroom dj you know or a friend might know to do it for you, as any good dj will know how to treat a damaged record and will certainly be able to transfer on to cd for you. although... depending on the dj's skill level he may not be able to remove any click sounds or audible imperfections? throw him a tenner and supply the cd im sure he will be happy to help!

ION Audio Vinyl... | Answered on Jun 23, 2014


You cannot connect the turntable via a microphone port. You need to connect via a USB port. If you have not got a USB port to connect it as the others are in use, you can buy an extension USB socket which, will allow you to put more devices via one USB port.

ION Audio Vinyl... | Answered on Sep 13, 2013


I know this is an old post, an I dont' have a solution yet, but t seems the same problem as on my Ion USB recorder - One of the input channels is not working. Like you, I found one of my music tracks not plying right - there was only the instrumental and no vocal. When I experimented, and changed round the jacks on the cable coming from the turntable (red and white plugs), I then got only vocals and no instrumental. Obviously one of the input sockets on the USB recorder is no longer working (I already checked the turntable and cable itself by playing back he same track with both stereo channels through my amplifier). You can either get the item replaced if its still under guarantee, or fix it yourself, if you have the necessary skills, neither of which apply to me.

ION Audio Vinyl... | Answered on Jul 03, 2013


Have you tried a magnetic cartridge pre-amp?

ION Audio Vinyl... | Answered on Mar 19, 2013


Disconect the wires to the cartridge. With the amp on touch each wire one at a time with your finger. You should hear on Two wires a buzz- one for each channel. If you do then the cartridge has failed. If you don't then there's either a bad connection to your amp, or the magnetic cartridge pre-amp inside the amp has failed. This will not effect any other part of the amp.

ION Audio Vinyl... | Answered on Feb 25, 2013


You can only contact the maker of the turntable.

ION Audio Vinyl... | Answered on Jan 14, 2013


Check the connections at the rear of the pickup. They tend to work loose over time

ION Audio Vinyl... | Answered on Oct 13, 2012


Check for lint or dirt on your stylus. Be sure that the player is grounded.

ION Audio Vinyl... | Answered on Sep 05, 2011


Hi, maybe the record is worn and that's why the sound is low. By using third party audio editing software (i.e. cool edit [paid] or audacity [free]) you can improve quality and volume of digital sound.

ION Audio Vinyl... | Answered on Aug 11, 2011


it depends on which program you are sing but alot of times you need to acsess the settings and allow the turn table to be used in the program. so that the codec can be translated into the program

ION Audio Vinyl... | Answered on Jul 01, 2011

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