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Problems Recording.


Dave510

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Iam trying to record Vinyl from my Hi Fi to my Laptop which is a new Laptop Iam on Windows 7 Home Premium Using windows internet Explorer I use an RCA cable from my Hi Fi to A preamp then a lead from my preamp to my Laptop which is a Dj Tech RCA2USB The Microphone on My sounds is on all I hear is the recorded Vinyl plus Background Ie Television or someone Talking in the Background To rectify this I turn the Microphone to 0 then I cannot record anything Can you Please help me.

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David Swift.

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Woolwell

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You appear to still have mic set as the input into audacity instead of USB PnP Audio Device. The microphone will pick up the noises in the room as well as your hifi. You must make sure that the USB PnP audio device is your default recording device.

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Dave510

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Ok Thanks.

Dave.

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lotvic

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this guide Recording Vinyl Records into a Computer seems to cover the equipment that you have and into a laptop usb. It has illustrations of the equipment and connections.

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Dave510

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hanks I had a quick look.

Dave.

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Dave510

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hanks I had a quick look.

Dave.

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Dave510

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Sorry double posted Sorry

Dave.

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