Question about ION Audio Vinyl Recording Turntable
TTUSB05XL vinyl archiver with line input. Pop-up advises my computer is currently set to MONO. I haven't been able to change to STEREO. Also the gain is set too high for good recording and I haven't found how to reduce it. EZ vinyl support page doesn't appear to help.
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.
Posted on Feb 04, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Recording in mono and not stereo
Thanks for your rapid response. Fortunately I discovered the problem and was able to resolve it. Whether it is just my computer or all computers I wouldn't know. When I switched my computer off, after recording vinyl to my pc, then switched it back on again my pc had reset the default input so I had to reconfigure it again. Since then I have not used it but wonder if I have to reconfigure the recording device everytime that I switch my computer on. I did make the USB Codec microphone my default recording device and applied the setting but the pc seemed to do its own thing.
All the best
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
3 things to check: First, do you have the turntable grounded to the Stereo receiver, if not, make sure you do. Second, what kind of Audio cable interconnects the two pieces of electronics? Should be a very good balanced cable like Monster ILN or Phoenix Gold, or ProFlex. That alone can cause major noise. Third, Are you using a good power/line conditioning surge? Panamax, Furman,Monster all make very good line conditioning surge units. You've got an AC humm, it can be caused by just about anything in your home from a bad light bulb to a loose common wire in any AC outlet. LP's will amplify any kind of noise that's not heard on other devices. Chances are if you tune your receiver to AM you will hear it as well. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 24, 2009
I solved the problem by using www.wiki.audacityteam.org home page under the technology heading and clicking on USB turntables. The mixer had to be changed to 2 channels. (stereo)
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
if you use the internal card you should check the setting of the Audio Card on the control panel and make sure its on Stereo on the recording
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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