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Transferring Audio from PC to HiFi ???

Discussion in 'Audio' started by MistaDef, Jan 2, 2005.

  1. MistaDef

    MistaDef Member

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    Hi, could really use some help - I have been trying to connect my stereo (Sony CMT-CP505MD)to my PC (Compaq Presario) using the Sony CAV-U5 USB digital converter so i can put my mp3s/music onto MiniDisc. Apparently Windows XP is supposed to detect it when connected but this just isn't happening - I have tried the "Add Hardware Wizard" to no avail. I was wondering if someone out there can tell me how I can try and find it myself manually, or if the USB digital converter is just knackered, or what I'm doing wrong?!!

    Cheers for any help anyone can offer.
     
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    your USB device didn't come with any drivers? Have you tried visiting their website to see if they have any for download?
     
  3. MistaDef

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    Nah man literally just came in a box with the HiFi, I checked a few sites where ppls had said the converter was recognised by Windows when the Hifi was turned on - as I said doesn't seem to happen when I do it on mine! No manual on the Sony website either - doesn't really get a mention. Think cud just be broke - guess I'll end up having to get a MP3 player, cheers for the help though!
     
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    if the usb doesnt work, couldn't you just use the audio out from the PC and go to the analog in on the minidisc? I guess if you have a lot to transfer it would be a pain in the ass cause its realtime, but just a thought. good luck.
     

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