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Subject: Re: playing through digital in/out
From: Chris Holt (amiga2k_at_cox.net)
Date: 2003-11-22


Correct, use the jack labeled "Ear". For most applications it is
recommended to set all the audio settings to zero or flat and use the
equalizer/tone controls of the connected device. (config files are great
for this!) To get the levels right, select other inputs to your amplifier
and adjust volume on the Archos until the level sounds about the same.

Chris

On Sat, 22 Nov 2003 15:46:07 +0100, JMP wrote:
> Thanks Chris, now I understand the subtlety : one RCA is dedicated to
> IN, one RCA is for OUT. However, as my JKBR20 is new, I'm trying to
> assess if it is faulty and would like to know if the RCA OUT of the
> Jukebox can be successfully connected to "analog in" on my amplifier.
> If the answer is no, then I'm happy that my Jukebox is not faulty and
> will continue to connect through the earphone. Thanks, Jean.
>
> "Chris Holt" <amiga2k_at_cox.net> a écrit dans le message de
> news:2003112291525.628135_at_vaiof...
>
> | To define it precisely, the Recorder 20 provides a coaxial digital
> in/out | connection via a twin RCA connection cable. One of the RCA
> connectors is | digital in and one is digital out. Experimentation
> might be required to | find out which is which, as there may be some
> inconsistency in how these | cables are wired. | | Chris |



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