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August 24, 2010, 10:59 am
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This is not strictly a Hardware question but I know there are some
knowledgeable people on this group who may be able to help.
I have installed a USB Turntable from which I can record using Audacity.
However, I can only hear the music when Audacity is running. Can I send
the sound from the USB input to my PC speakers in a similar way to when a
sound source is connected to Line In. The USB source is selected as Line
In in Audacity but seems not to feed the speakers when Auidacity is closed.
Re: USB Turntable
Well, judging by the headers on your original post, you're probably
using some flavor of XP on your computer.
My turntable is an Ion (ION TTUSB05XL) model:
The gist of the correction they advise is that you need to restore the
default playback device. You only need to do this once. Go into the
"Sounds and Audio Devices" module in your Control Panel, click on the
Audio tab and make sure that the default device for Sound Playback is
set to the device hooked up to your speakers. In other words, set it to
something other than the "USB Audio Codec", which is the turntable. Then
Re: USB Turntable
Is the USB device (turntable) one that can be selected in the Sound
applet in Control Panel under Audio (sources)? For example, when my USB
headset is plugged in, it shows as the Sound Playback device (and also a
Sound Recording device selection since it has a mic). If the USB
device's presentation data that it presents to the OS and enumerated in
its registry identifies it as an audio device then it might get loaded
in the Sound applet as a selectable audio device.
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