From: Scott G <spotted18@ho...> - 2006-04-21 17:27:56
Hi, I have a satallite radie that I can record on and it came with a line
out of it with a red and white rca jack on the other end. Can I plug into my
computer with that setup? It doesnt seem to be working that way. I suppose
if I cannot do it that way I will have to use the line in.
Thank you for your program and support.
|>>> From "Scott G" <spotted18@...>
| Fri, 21 Apr 2006 12:27:50 -0500
| Hi, I have a satallite radie that I can record on and it came with a line
| out of it with a red and white rca jack on the other end. Can I plug into my
| computer with that setup? It doesnt seem to be working that way. I suppose
| if I cannot do it that way I will have to use the line in.
If you actually have a computer with a comparable red/white double AUX port,
and your soundcard recognises that port as a recording input, you should be able
to record the radio's output into the computer, or play it back on the computer
if the soundcard can play back that port.
Otherwise you need a cable from an out port of the radio (probably headphones)
into the line-in of the computer (which latter is of course a 1/8 inch port). If
you wanted to record the radio into Audacity as a digital waveform then in this
case you would set both playback and recording devices in Audacity to your
soundcard and the recording source on Audacity's mixer toolbar dropdown
to line-in. (On OS X you would set this source to "default" and make line-in
the default recording source in the Apple Sound and Midi controller).
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