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authorDaniel Stenberg <daniel@haxx.se>2003-06-17 07:54:16 +0000
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@@ -712,16 +712,16 @@ A74: The Recorder models have a connector for digital audio output using the
(The pitch shift function also modifies the sampling frequency!).
For recording digital signals on the Recorder, use the white RCA jack
- (left channel) and plug it into the digital output of your CD aplayer, MD
+ (left channel) and plug it into the digital output of your CD player, MD
player or whatever. Don't forget to select digital input in the recording
settings!
- Note that there exist some adapter cables with different color coding, so
- if it doesn't work try to swap red and white. The tip of the 3.5mm jack
- is the digital input, the ring is the ouput. For recording digital
- signals on the FM Recorder, you need a special 4-pole 3.5mm plug (shaft =
- ground, tip = left channel analog line in, first ring (next to tip) =
- right channel analog line in, second ring = digital in).
+ Note that some adapter cables exist with different color coding, so if it
+ doesn't work try to swap red and white. The tip of the 3.5mm jack is the
+ digital input, the ring is the ouput. For recording digital signals on
+ the FM Recorder, you need a special 4-pole 3.5mm plug (shaft = ground,
+ tip = left channel analog line in, first ring (next to tip) = right
+ channel analog line in, second ring = digital in).
If you want to connect devices with optical inputs/outputs, you need a
small converter box which converts your signal from electrical to optical