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How To Connect Amplifier To Pc

October 21, 2005 at 10:52:12
Specs: Windows xp, 2.6 ghrz 1.25 gb ram

hello can someone please tell me how to connect a Sony amplifier TA-AV571 to my computer
to get better sound quality i need this
beacause in bulding my home studio so i need some help thanks



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#1
October 21, 2005 at 15:15:37

Pretty much any soundcard, even onboard if that's what you have, has a LINE OUT socket. Connect a lead from that to LINE IN of your amp.

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#2
October 21, 2005 at 16:25:14

I presume you will need a patch cord consisting of 1 stereo mini plug going to 2 RCA males. Then follow what Richard says

Hopefully my advice will help you...Please post back with your results....thanks


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#3
October 21, 2005 at 18:44:36

i dont get it please explain well plizzzzzzzzzzz

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#4
October 21, 2005 at 20:17:48

ok here is a url to what you need look at the picture.

www.weisd.com/store2/CABAUD-1200-06.jpg

The single plug goes to you line-out on your sound card the other end goes to the amplier.

Got it now.

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#5
October 22, 2005 at 19:40:38

Connecting an amp to the soundcard is the easiest part of setting up and operating a home recording studio. I assume you'll also need to connect a mixer for your input? That's just as simple.
However, if you can't understand the simple instructions that you've been given above, you may as well give up the whole idea.

Please let us know if you found someone's advice to be helpful.


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#6
October 22, 2005 at 19:43:35

I'm sorry if my last post sounded harsh, but I put that as tactfully as anyone possibly could.

Please let us know if you found someone's advice to be helpful.


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#7
October 23, 2005 at 10:44:51

ok guys so when i connect that to my amp i already did
can someone write me to msn and help me out
pliz tupacoutlaw3@hotmail.com

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#8
October 23, 2005 at 11:07:16

i have conntected 5 speakers to the amp and
the others to the computer
but still have some lil troube help please
tupacoutlaw3@hotmail.com
write me to msn
or to yahoo
elwilfred18@hotmail.com

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#9
November 16, 2005 at 05:18:25

I am having a similar problem.

I just recently bought the ADS Tech Instant Music.

I bought it because I hope to convert my vinyl record collection (which includes both my singles or 45rpms and my LP albums, or 33 & 1/3rpms) into a format that will allow me to burn it onto CDs or MP3 disks.

However, it is no good to me when it refuses to make it easy for technically challenged individuals, like myself, to understand what it is talking about.

It merely suggests that I can use the L/R RCA input or the Optical input (S/PDIF input) to connect to my music source (Cassette, CD Player or LP). Again it merely suggests that if I have both connections (S/PDIF and L/R RCA) at the same time, the Optical input (S/PDIF input) will be selected as the input strea. This is gibberish to me.

Then it proceeds to tell me what to do after I have made the proper connections.

Let me describe what I have.

My amplifier is the STR-D590 Sony FM Stereo/FM-AM Receiver. It has 18 standard sized jack holes: 2 for Phono, 2 for CD, 4 for Tape/DAT (i.e., 2 for Rec Out and 2 for In), 3 for Video2 LD (i.e., 1 yellow, 1 white, and 1 red), 6 for Video 1 (i.e., 3 for Video Out and 3 for Video In), and 1 for Monitor/TV (i.e., yellow Video Out only). It has one headphone jack hole (much larger than any standard one). It has 4 wire-clamping units for 2 rear speakers and 8 for 4 front speakers. It has 2 wire-clamping units for an FM antenna and 2 for an AM antenna. Finally, it has a unit that will hold a ground wire for a record player (or turntable).

My turntable is the Pioneer PL-600. It was not designed to be connected to anything other than an amplifier. So, I cannot plug or wire anything into it. Its AC cord is hardwired into it and so is its only 2-pronged jack (which plugs into the Phono holes at the back of my amplifier). Finally it has a ground wire, which attaches to the place on my amplifier that holds it.


My Stereo Cassette deck is Sony's TC-W490/WR590/WR521. It has 4 jack holes: 2 for Line In and 2 for Line Out. The jacks that come from them plug into the Tape/DAT holes at the back of my amplifier.

My biggest problem is this. I cannot figure out how to connect my tape deck and my turntable to my computer through the ADS Tech Instant Music device that I bought a couple of days ago from Staples Business Depot.

I don't know what I need to do. Do I need to buy some extra cable/jacks/adapters. If so, I will need some advice on what to look for.

Any help is greatly appreciated.


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