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Re: When ripping disks!

Colin Howard
 

Greetings,

I mentioned in my original email, I am using a program which came on my W7
machine, called PowerToGo8.

In what JM Casey suggested, no good to me, I need some eyes to read the
tracklist then I can correct the tracks, no eyes to hand.



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Re: When ripping disks!

Kelly Pierce
 

When I ripped my CD collection I found there were two ID tag
databases. One is free and one is pay. Winamp and iTunes use the same
database. EAC uses another. Which program are you using to rip and
obtain your ID tag data? I was using a program that accessed the pay
database and then it could then be imported into EAC for a great rip.

Kelly

On 1/31/18, JM Casey <crystallogic@...> wrote:
I honestly don't know, and would be somewhat curious about what links
others
might provide. Discogs maybe? Although I'm not at all sure they provide
this
service.

However you can go into winamp for instance and manually edit the id3 tags,
and also edit the filenames accordingly. I know you probably want a quicker
solution, but that usually works for me, anyway.

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Colin
Howard
Sent: January 31, 2018 12:44 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] When ripping disks!

Greetings,

I have a double disk album called "The Ella Fitzgerald Collection" and when
ripping disk 1, all fine, tracks numbered and titled, album titled and
ripped successfully. Second disk, same album, "unknown album" "unknown
artist" and "track 001" . . . 00n!

I threw it at Winamp still no joy.

Can anybody please supply links for other than CDDB (I think it is) where
this may be completed?

I am using PowerToGo for ripping, which came with my Windows7 system.

Thanks!



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Re: When ripping disks!

JM Casey <crystallogic@...>
 

I honestly don't know, and would be somewhat curious about what links others
might provide. Discogs maybe? Although I'm not at all sure they provide this
service.

However you can go into winamp for instance and manually edit the id3 tags,
and also edit the filenames accordingly. I know you probably want a quicker
solution, but that usually works for me, anyway.

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Colin
Howard
Sent: January 31, 2018 12:44 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] When ripping disks!

Greetings,

I have a double disk album called "The Ella Fitzgerald Collection" and when
ripping disk 1, all fine, tracks numbered and titled, album titled and
ripped successfully. Second disk, same album, "unknown album" "unknown
artist" and "track 001" . . . 00n!

I threw it at Winamp still no joy.

Can anybody please supply links for other than CDDB (I think it is) where
this may be completed?

I am using PowerToGo for ripping, which came with my Windows7 system.

Thanks!



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When ripping disks!

Colin Howard
 

Greetings,

I have a double disk album called "The Ella Fitzgerald Collection" and when
ripping disk 1, all fine, tracks numbered and titled, album titled and
ripped successfully. Second disk, same album, "unknown album" "unknown
artist" and "track 001" . . . 00n!

I threw it at Winamp still no joy.

Can anybody please supply links for other than CDDB (I think it is) where
this may be completed?

I am using PowerToGo for ripping, which came with my Windows7 system.

Thanks!



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Re: Samplitude Pro X3 and Sound Forge Pro 11

Steve Matzura
 

Samplitude access is JAWS-based. There are no plans at this time to make it work with NVDA like it does with JAWS. Now, that doesn't mean there will never be any, just that there aren't any today.

On 1/29/2018 1:54 AM, Jesse Tregarthen wrote:
Hello List,

I have just purchased Samplitude Pro X3 and Sound Forge Pro 11 and was wondering if anybody could please point me toward NVDA add-ons and accessibility resources for these programs so I can learn more about using it accessibly? Thanks,
Jesse Tregarthen

Sent from my iPhone

Samplitude Pro X3 and Sound Forge Pro 11

Jesse Tregarthen
 

Hello List,

I have just purchased Samplitude Pro X3 and Sound Forge Pro 11 and was wondering if anybody could please point me toward NVDA add-ons and accessibility resources for these programs so I can learn more about using it accessibly? Thanks,
Jesse Tregarthen

Sent from my iPhone

Some pointers on VlC?

JM Casey <crystallogic@...>
 

Hi everyone.



I've used VLC for a long time to play videos. It's not my go-to audio
player, but for video files, DVDs and the like, it's basically a godsend. It
plays every format out of the box without fuss, and I love that.



Now I'm getting to the point where I would like to do more tweaking and
advanced usage of the programme. I have the latest stable build, running
Windows 10, and JAWS 18 and NVDA 2017.4 screen-readers. I find the interface
a little tricky, especially the preferences. This is not a particularly
user-friendly programme when it comes, to for example, setting your own
equalizer settings and saving them. I know there are presets, and I guess
they're ok, but they're all designed for music. Mostly I play videos with
this programme, and often rather old, underground ones, where there are
hisses and pops on the soundtrack and where dialogue is often a bit muffled.
I therefore want equalizer settings that emphasise the mid-range and bring
out sharpness and clarity in the human voice.



I have figured out a way to save a group of equalizer settings. I do this by
expanding the "filters" under audio and manually inputting the DB values of
the different equalizer bands. But my screen-readers do not like this dialog
box and often will not read much. I have had to get some sighted help to
assist me setting this up the way I want. I wonder if, given that you can
change the VLC interface, anybody has any ideas on a more accessible
interface, or what I can do?



Other things I would like to do include synchronisation of video files with
different audio tracks (again, I was able to do this with some sighted
help), and maybe apply some more audio effects, to see just what this
programme can really do.



Are there any advanced VLC users on the list?

A Foobar File Problem

Andrea Sherry
 

Have installed this program. However even though I have the latest sound drivers, the program refuses to play files with .mid extension.

any suggestions?

Andrea

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Re: A Question About Olympus DM720

Tom Kaufman
 

Okay...makes sense! Thanks again for your help! I like the fact that when
you power up the machine, it tells you how it's doing on battery life! My
DS-40 didn't do that!
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Robin
Frost
Sent: Tuesday, January 16, 2018 4:32 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hi,
I believe one is headphone jack and one is external mic jack I think.
robin


-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Kaufman
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 11:59 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hello again Robin and list: Yes you are correct! Have been fiddling around
with this thing; found where to change bit rate and such; also found where
to adjust recording level (currently set to "middle) that should work! I've
found two little holes on the upper right side of the recorder! Are these
for anything? Thanks for helping to get me started!
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Robin
Frost
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 11:15 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hi,
If I'm recalling correctly as I stated slide switch on left hand side
downwards extending USB connector then place USB connector into port on your

pc or laptop and the unit if powered on will be recognized like any other
flash memory source such as the perhaps more familiar thumb drive or
external hard drive. Then you browse to it using windows explorer or file
explorer depending on your version of windows navigate to the recorder's
subfolders where your files are located and copy and paste to your hearts
content.
In order to get to menus I believe middle of the elongated keys across the
top of the face of the recorder brings you into menus once in there you can
up and down arrow through main menu categories and then right arrow into the

sub menus. If I've miss-stated anything I'm sure someone will come and save

the day and clarify.
Robin


-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Kaufman
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 10:22 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Yes...but how (and what) do I do to connect this to my computer? I want to
be able to transfer files to my computer (actually to the external drive
that is on my computer) so, how do I accomplish this?
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Robin
Frost
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 10:07 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hi,
If memory serves me on the left hand side of its body moving towards the
bottom is a slider switch if you move it down toward the bottom the USB
connector will make its appearance from the bottom edge of the unit where it

resides behind the wee door that opens up with the sliding of this switch no

extra cords are needed. As for mp3 settings they do speak they're in the
record menu and I believe it does linear pcm wave mp3 64, 128 or 320 kbps.
Folder changing button I believe is lower right hand corner of front face of

the recorder.
Robin


-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Kaufman
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 6:43 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hello list: Well I went and bought the Olympus DM720 a week or so ago. I
decided to go ahead and put the battery in and see what I can get out of it!
One question I have (and I actually have more than one) but for now I'd like
to know where the little thingy is where you plug in if you want to transfer
something to your computer (I assume that this recorder will allow for that)
would hate to think that I have bought a digital recorder that has no way to
accomplish this! However I'm not finding it; the other thing is that maybe
there's a possibility that I don't have the right kind of cord that'll work
with this recorder? I do have other questions, such is what's the magic
button I push to change from folder-A to Folder-B? And how do I tell it
that I want to make MP3 recordings? From what I am seeing, not all the
functions speak, so one can get lost! But remember that I've just begun to
explore this little thing, so there's probably a lot that I'm not seeing!
Would be helpful if there is some type of tutorial for this machine? Thanks
for any help or guidance that any of you can provide!

Tom Kaufman

Denton, MD. U.S.A.

Re: A Question About Olympus DM720

Robin Frost
 

Hi,
I believe one is headphone jack and one is external mic jack I think.
robin

-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Kaufman
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 11:59 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hello again Robin and list: Yes you are correct! Have been fiddling around
with this thing; found where to change bit rate and such; also found where
to adjust recording level (currently set to "middle) that should work! I've
found two little holes on the upper right side of the recorder! Are these
for anything? Thanks for helping to get me started!
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Robin
Frost
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 11:15 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hi,
If I'm recalling correctly as I stated slide switch on left hand side
downwards extending USB connector then place USB connector into port on your

pc or laptop and the unit if powered on will be recognized like any other
flash memory source such as the perhaps more familiar thumb drive or
external hard drive. Then you browse to it using windows explorer or file
explorer depending on your version of windows navigate to the recorder's
subfolders where your files are located and copy and paste to your hearts
content.
In order to get to menus I believe middle of the elongated keys across the
top of the face of the recorder brings you into menus once in there you can
up and down arrow through main menu categories and then right arrow into the

sub menus. If I've miss-stated anything I'm sure someone will come and save

the day and clarify.
Robin


-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Kaufman
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 10:22 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Yes...but how (and what) do I do to connect this to my computer? I want to
be able to transfer files to my computer (actually to the external drive
that is on my computer) so, how do I accomplish this?
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Robin
Frost
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 10:07 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hi,
If memory serves me on the left hand side of its body moving towards the
bottom is a slider switch if you move it down toward the bottom the USB
connector will make its appearance from the bottom edge of the unit where it

resides behind the wee door that opens up with the sliding of this switch no

extra cords are needed. As for mp3 settings they do speak they're in the
record menu and I believe it does linear pcm wave mp3 64, 128 or 320 kbps.
Folder changing button I believe is lower right hand corner of front face of

the recorder.
Robin


-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Kaufman
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 6:43 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hello list: Well I went and bought the Olympus DM720 a week or so ago. I
decided to go ahead and put the battery in and see what I can get out of it!
One question I have (and I actually have more than one) but for now I'd like
to know where the little thingy is where you plug in if you want to transfer
something to your computer (I assume that this recorder will allow for that)
would hate to think that I have bought a digital recorder that has no way to
accomplish this! However I'm not finding it; the other thing is that maybe
there's a possibility that I don't have the right kind of cord that'll work
with this recorder? I do have other questions, such is what's the magic
button I push to change from folder-A to Folder-B? And how do I tell it
that I want to make MP3 recordings? From what I am seeing, not all the
functions speak, so one can get lost! But remember that I've just begun to
explore this little thing, so there's probably a lot that I'm not seeing!
Would be helpful if there is some type of tutorial for this machine? Thanks
for any help or guidance that any of you can provide!

Tom Kaufman

Denton, MD. U.S.A.

Re: A Question About Olympus DM720

Tom Kaufman
 

Hello again Robin and list: Yes you are correct! Have been fiddling around
with this thing; found where to change bit rate and such; also found where
to adjust recording level (currently set to "middle) that should work! I've
found two little holes on the upper right side of the recorder! Are these
for anything? Thanks for helping to get me started!
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Robin
Frost
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 11:15 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hi,
If I'm recalling correctly as I stated slide switch on left hand side
downwards extending USB connector then place USB connector into port on your

pc or laptop and the unit if powered on will be recognized like any other
flash memory source such as the perhaps more familiar thumb drive or
external hard drive. Then you browse to it using windows explorer or file
explorer depending on your version of windows navigate to the recorder's
subfolders where your files are located and copy and paste to your hearts
content.
In order to get to menus I believe middle of the elongated keys across the
top of the face of the recorder brings you into menus once in there you can
up and down arrow through main menu categories and then right arrow into the

sub menus. If I've miss-stated anything I'm sure someone will come and save

the day and clarify.
Robin


-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Kaufman
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 10:22 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Yes...but how (and what) do I do to connect this to my computer? I want to
be able to transfer files to my computer (actually to the external drive
that is on my computer) so, how do I accomplish this?
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Robin
Frost
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 10:07 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hi,
If memory serves me on the left hand side of its body moving towards the
bottom is a slider switch if you move it down toward the bottom the USB
connector will make its appearance from the bottom edge of the unit where it

resides behind the wee door that opens up with the sliding of this switch no

extra cords are needed. As for mp3 settings they do speak they're in the
record menu and I believe it does linear pcm wave mp3 64, 128 or 320 kbps.
Folder changing button I believe is lower right hand corner of front face of

the recorder.
Robin


-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Kaufman
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 6:43 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hello list: Well I went and bought the Olympus DM720 a week or so ago. I
decided to go ahead and put the battery in and see what I can get out of it!
One question I have (and I actually have more than one) but for now I'd like
to know where the little thingy is where you plug in if you want to transfer
something to your computer (I assume that this recorder will allow for that)
would hate to think that I have bought a digital recorder that has no way to
accomplish this! However I'm not finding it; the other thing is that maybe
there's a possibility that I don't have the right kind of cord that'll work
with this recorder? I do have other questions, such is what's the magic
button I push to change from folder-A to Folder-B? And how do I tell it
that I want to make MP3 recordings? From what I am seeing, not all the
functions speak, so one can get lost! But remember that I've just begun to
explore this little thing, so there's probably a lot that I'm not seeing!
Would be helpful if there is some type of tutorial for this machine? Thanks
for any help or guidance that any of you can provide!

Tom Kaufman

Denton, MD. U.S.A.

Re: A Question About Olympus DM720

Tom Kaufman
 

Hello Robin and list: Yep...worked like a charm; kind of cool not having to
use a cord; just plug the recorder into the slot...and she's ready to go!
Still need to fiddle with it to learn how to tell it how I want it to record
(what format I want to use) still not understanding how those menu thingies
work as I still don't think that everything is talking; of course, could be
wrong about this! Thanks for your help thus far!
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Robin
Frost
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 11:15 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hi,
If I'm recalling correctly as I stated slide switch on left hand side
downwards extending USB connector then place USB connector into port on your

pc or laptop and the unit if powered on will be recognized like any other
flash memory source such as the perhaps more familiar thumb drive or
external hard drive. Then you browse to it using windows explorer or file
explorer depending on your version of windows navigate to the recorder's
subfolders where your files are located and copy and paste to your hearts
content.
In order to get to menus I believe middle of the elongated keys across the
top of the face of the recorder brings you into menus once in there you can
up and down arrow through main menu categories and then right arrow into the

sub menus. If I've miss-stated anything I'm sure someone will come and save

the day and clarify.
Robin


-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Kaufman
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 10:22 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Yes...but how (and what) do I do to connect this to my computer? I want to
be able to transfer files to my computer (actually to the external drive
that is on my computer) so, how do I accomplish this?
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Robin
Frost
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 10:07 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hi,
If memory serves me on the left hand side of its body moving towards the
bottom is a slider switch if you move it down toward the bottom the USB
connector will make its appearance from the bottom edge of the unit where it

resides behind the wee door that opens up with the sliding of this switch no

extra cords are needed. As for mp3 settings they do speak they're in the
record menu and I believe it does linear pcm wave mp3 64, 128 or 320 kbps.
Folder changing button I believe is lower right hand corner of front face of

the recorder.
Robin


-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Kaufman
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 6:43 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hello list: Well I went and bought the Olympus DM720 a week or so ago. I
decided to go ahead and put the battery in and see what I can get out of it!
One question I have (and I actually have more than one) but for now I'd like
to know where the little thingy is where you plug in if you want to transfer
something to your computer (I assume that this recorder will allow for that)
would hate to think that I have bought a digital recorder that has no way to
accomplish this! However I'm not finding it; the other thing is that maybe
there's a possibility that I don't have the right kind of cord that'll work
with this recorder? I do have other questions, such is what's the magic
button I push to change from folder-A to Folder-B? And how do I tell it
that I want to make MP3 recordings? From what I am seeing, not all the
functions speak, so one can get lost! But remember that I've just begun to
explore this little thing, so there's probably a lot that I'm not seeing!
Would be helpful if there is some type of tutorial for this machine? Thanks
for any help or guidance that any of you can provide!

Tom Kaufman

Denton, MD. U.S.A.

Re: A Question About Olympus DM720

Hamit Campos
 

Neal Ewers would recomend using 1 of those female USB port to Male end into your PC extenders. that little thing that comes out is so little you could easely dammage it over time.

On 1/15/2018 10:22 PM, Tom Kaufman wrote:
Yes...but how (and what) do I do to connect this to my computer? I want to
be able to transfer files to my computer (actually to the external drive
that is on my computer) so, how do I accomplish this?
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Robin
Frost
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 10:07 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hi,
If memory serves me on the left hand side of its body moving towards the
bottom is a slider switch if you move it down toward the bottom the USB
connector will make its appearance from the bottom edge of the unit where it

resides behind the wee door that opens up with the sliding of this switch no

extra cords are needed. As for mp3 settings they do speak they're in the
record menu and I believe it does linear pcm wave mp3 64, 128 or 320 kbps.
Folder changing button I believe is lower right hand corner of front face of

the recorder.
Robin


-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Kaufman
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 6:43 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hello list: Well I went and bought the Olympus DM720 a week or so ago. I
decided to go ahead and put the battery in and see what I can get out of it!
One question I have (and I actually have more than one) but for now I'd like
to know where the little thingy is where you plug in if you want to transfer
something to your computer (I assume that this recorder will allow for that)
would hate to think that I have bought a digital recorder that has no way to
accomplish this! However I'm not finding it; the other thing is that maybe
there's a possibility that I don't have the right kind of cord that'll work
with this recorder? I do have other questions, such is what's the magic
button I push to change from folder-A to Folder-B? And how do I tell it
that I want to make MP3 recordings? From what I am seeing, not all the
functions speak, so one can get lost! But remember that I've just begun to
explore this little thing, so there's probably a lot that I'm not seeing!
Would be helpful if there is some type of tutorial for this machine? Thanks
for any help or guidance that any of you can provide!

Tom Kaufman

Denton, MD. U.S.A.








Re: A Question About Olympus DM720

Robin Frost
 

Hi,
If I'm recalling correctly as I stated slide switch on left hand side downwards extending USB connector then place USB connector into port on your pc or laptop and the unit if powered on will be recognized like any other flash memory source such as the perhaps more familiar thumb drive or external hard drive. Then you browse to it using windows explorer or file explorer depending on your version of windows navigate to the recorder's subfolders where your files are located and copy and paste to your hearts content.
In order to get to menus I believe middle of the elongated keys across the top of the face of the recorder brings you into menus once in there you can up and down arrow through main menu categories and then right arrow into the sub menus. If I've miss-stated anything I'm sure someone will come and save the day and clarify.
Robin

-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Kaufman
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 10:22 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Yes...but how (and what) do I do to connect this to my computer? I want to
be able to transfer files to my computer (actually to the external drive
that is on my computer) so, how do I accomplish this?
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Robin
Frost
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 10:07 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hi,
If memory serves me on the left hand side of its body moving towards the
bottom is a slider switch if you move it down toward the bottom the USB
connector will make its appearance from the bottom edge of the unit where it

resides behind the wee door that opens up with the sliding of this switch no

extra cords are needed. As for mp3 settings they do speak they're in the
record menu and I believe it does linear pcm wave mp3 64, 128 or 320 kbps.
Folder changing button I believe is lower right hand corner of front face of

the recorder.
Robin


-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Kaufman
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 6:43 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hello list: Well I went and bought the Olympus DM720 a week or so ago. I
decided to go ahead and put the battery in and see what I can get out of it!
One question I have (and I actually have more than one) but for now I'd like
to know where the little thingy is where you plug in if you want to transfer
something to your computer (I assume that this recorder will allow for that)
would hate to think that I have bought a digital recorder that has no way to
accomplish this! However I'm not finding it; the other thing is that maybe
there's a possibility that I don't have the right kind of cord that'll work
with this recorder? I do have other questions, such is what's the magic
button I push to change from folder-A to Folder-B? And how do I tell it
that I want to make MP3 recordings? From what I am seeing, not all the
functions speak, so one can get lost! But remember that I've just begun to
explore this little thing, so there's probably a lot that I'm not seeing!
Would be helpful if there is some type of tutorial for this machine? Thanks
for any help or guidance that any of you can provide!

Tom Kaufman

Denton, MD. U.S.A.

Re: A Question About Olympus DM720

Tom Kaufman
 

Also...what's the correct way to get to the menu where you change how it
records?

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Tom
Kaufman
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 10:23 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Yes...but how (and what) do I do to connect this to my computer? I want to
be able to transfer files to my computer (actually to the external drive
that is on my computer) so, how do I accomplish this?
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Robin
Frost
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 10:07 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hi,
If memory serves me on the left hand side of its body moving towards the
bottom is a slider switch if you move it down toward the bottom the USB
connector will make its appearance from the bottom edge of the unit where it

resides behind the wee door that opens up with the sliding of this switch no

extra cords are needed. As for mp3 settings they do speak they're in the
record menu and I believe it does linear pcm wave mp3 64, 128 or 320 kbps.
Folder changing button I believe is lower right hand corner of front face of

the recorder.
Robin


-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Kaufman
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 6:43 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hello list: Well I went and bought the Olympus DM720 a week or so ago. I
decided to go ahead and put the battery in and see what I can get out of it!
One question I have (and I actually have more than one) but for now I'd like
to know where the little thingy is where you plug in if you want to transfer
something to your computer (I assume that this recorder will allow for that)
would hate to think that I have bought a digital recorder that has no way to
accomplish this! However I'm not finding it; the other thing is that maybe
there's a possibility that I don't have the right kind of cord that'll work
with this recorder? I do have other questions, such is what's the magic
button I push to change from folder-A to Folder-B? And how do I tell it
that I want to make MP3 recordings? From what I am seeing, not all the
functions speak, so one can get lost! But remember that I've just begun to
explore this little thing, so there's probably a lot that I'm not seeing!
Would be helpful if there is some type of tutorial for this machine? Thanks
for any help or guidance that any of you can provide!

Tom Kaufman

Denton, MD. U.S.A.

Re: A Question About Olympus DM720

Tom Kaufman
 

Yes...but how (and what) do I do to connect this to my computer? I want to
be able to transfer files to my computer (actually to the external drive
that is on my computer) so, how do I accomplish this?
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Robin
Frost
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 10:07 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hi,
If memory serves me on the left hand side of its body moving towards the
bottom is a slider switch if you move it down toward the bottom the USB
connector will make its appearance from the bottom edge of the unit where it

resides behind the wee door that opens up with the sliding of this switch no

extra cords are needed. As for mp3 settings they do speak they're in the
record menu and I believe it does linear pcm wave mp3 64, 128 or 320 kbps.
Folder changing button I believe is lower right hand corner of front face of

the recorder.
Robin


-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Kaufman
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 6:43 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hello list: Well I went and bought the Olympus DM720 a week or so ago. I
decided to go ahead and put the battery in and see what I can get out of it!
One question I have (and I actually have more than one) but for now I'd like
to know where the little thingy is where you plug in if you want to transfer
something to your computer (I assume that this recorder will allow for that)
would hate to think that I have bought a digital recorder that has no way to
accomplish this! However I'm not finding it; the other thing is that maybe
there's a possibility that I don't have the right kind of cord that'll work
with this recorder? I do have other questions, such is what's the magic
button I push to change from folder-A to Folder-B? And how do I tell it
that I want to make MP3 recordings? From what I am seeing, not all the
functions speak, so one can get lost! But remember that I've just begun to
explore this little thing, so there's probably a lot that I'm not seeing!
Would be helpful if there is some type of tutorial for this machine? Thanks
for any help or guidance that any of you can provide!

Tom Kaufman

Denton, MD. U.S.A.

Re: A Question About Olympus DM720

Hamit Campos
 

Yes these do LPCM. The highest you'll get out of the DM is DVD audio. PCM 48 KHZ 16 bits. The LS ones can do Blu Ray.

On 1/15/2018 10:07 PM, Robin Frost wrote:
Hi,
If memory serves me on the left hand side of its body moving towards the bottom is a slider switch if you move it down toward the bottom the USB connector will make its appearance from the bottom edge of the unit where it resides behind the wee door that opens up with the sliding of this switch no extra cords are needed.  As for mp3 settings they do speak they're in the record menu and I believe it does linear pcm wave mp3 64, 128 or 320 kbps.
Folder changing button I believe is lower right hand corner of front face of the recorder.
Robin


-----Original Message----- From: Tom Kaufman
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 6:43 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hello list:  Well I went and bought the Olympus DM720 a week or so ago.  I
decided to go ahead and put the battery in and see what I can get out of it!
One question I have (and I actually have more than one) but for now I'd like
to know where the little thingy is where you plug in if you want to transfer
something to your computer (I assume that this recorder will allow for that)
would hate to think that I have bought a digital recorder that has no way to
accomplish this!  However I'm not finding it; the other thing is that maybe
there's a possibility that I don't have the right kind of cord that'll work
with this recorder?  I do have other questions, such is what's the magic
button I push to change from folder-A to Folder-B?  And how do I tell it
that I want to make MP3 recordings?  From what I am seeing, not all the
functions speak, so one can get lost!  But remember that I've just begun to
explore this little thing, so there's probably a lot that I'm not seeing!
Would be helpful if there is some type of tutorial for this machine?  Thanks
for any help or guidance that any of you can provide!

Tom Kaufman

Denton, MD. U.S.A.





Re: A Question About Olympus DM720

Robin Frost
 

Hi,
If memory serves me on the left hand side of its body moving towards the bottom is a slider switch if you move it down toward the bottom the USB connector will make its appearance from the bottom edge of the unit where it resides behind the wee door that opens up with the sliding of this switch no extra cords are needed. As for mp3 settings they do speak they're in the record menu and I believe it does linear pcm wave mp3 64, 128 or 320 kbps.
Folder changing button I believe is lower right hand corner of front face of the recorder.
Robin

-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Kaufman
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 6:43 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] A Question About Olympus DM720

Hello list: Well I went and bought the Olympus DM720 a week or so ago. I
decided to go ahead and put the battery in and see what I can get out of it!
One question I have (and I actually have more than one) but for now I'd like
to know where the little thingy is where you plug in if you want to transfer
something to your computer (I assume that this recorder will allow for that)
would hate to think that I have bought a digital recorder that has no way to
accomplish this! However I'm not finding it; the other thing is that maybe
there's a possibility that I don't have the right kind of cord that'll work
with this recorder? I do have other questions, such is what's the magic
button I push to change from folder-A to Folder-B? And how do I tell it
that I want to make MP3 recordings? From what I am seeing, not all the
functions speak, so one can get lost! But remember that I've just begun to
explore this little thing, so there's probably a lot that I'm not seeing!
Would be helpful if there is some type of tutorial for this machine? Thanks
for any help or guidance that any of you can provide!

Tom Kaufman

Denton, MD. U.S.A.

A Question About Olympus DM720

Tom Kaufman
 

Hello list: Well I went and bought the Olympus DM720 a week or so ago. I
decided to go ahead and put the battery in and see what I can get out of it!
One question I have (and I actually have more than one) but for now I'd like
to know where the little thingy is where you plug in if you want to transfer
something to your computer (I assume that this recorder will allow for that)
would hate to think that I have bought a digital recorder that has no way to
accomplish this! However I'm not finding it; the other thing is that maybe
there's a possibility that I don't have the right kind of cord that'll work
with this recorder? I do have other questions, such is what's the magic
button I push to change from folder-A to Folder-B? And how do I tell it
that I want to make MP3 recordings? From what I am seeing, not all the
functions speak, so one can get lost! But remember that I've just begun to
explore this little thing, so there's probably a lot that I'm not seeing!
Would be helpful if there is some type of tutorial for this machine? Thanks
for any help or guidance that any of you can provide!

Tom Kaufman

Denton, MD. U.S.A.

Re: rotel a12 volume

John Covici
 

I am not sure whether the leels are precentages or not, the manual
does not seem to say percentages.

The amplifier is not controlled by an app, you have to go to the a14
for that, I just had someone read the display. This thing has menus
which I canot access, but I don't think I will need them much after
the initial setup.

I got this unit from some mention on this list, so I thought some
people had such things.

On Mon, 15 Jan 2018 10:35:27 -0500,
Steve Jacobson wrote:

John,

Since I own an older Rotel amplifier, I am curious about this unit. Given
that you are giving the level as an index value, is this amplifier
controlled by an app or something? When you give the levels as "45" and
"72," what is the maximum value. If the maximum value is 100 and these
represent percentages, the values would seem to me to be low, but if they
represent audio level in DB, then they might not be. Make sure there isn't
an "Audio Mute" button that reduces the output by 40DB or more for
conveniently reducing volume when one answers a phone, for example.

When I plug my iPhone into my stereo, it seems as though that running it at
full volume results in a signal that is similar in level to my tuner and a
CD player. I have some other devices, such as an old Zenith VCR, that has a
level that is really quite low. In other words, there is some variability
of levels from the variety of input devices that we commonly use these
days. Still, these lower levels don't explain not having enough signal to
trigger your subwoofer, there seems to be something else at play.

Best regards,

Steve Jacobson

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of John
Covici
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 9:01 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] rotel a12 volume

Hi. I have just purchased a rotel a12 integrated amplifier and find
that at default level of 45 I cannot hear anything from either
earphones or speaker. If I put it up to about 72, I hear things, but
I have to put sources quite high -- including bt from the iphone.

Is this normal for this unit?

Also, I cannot get my subwoofer to work, the preamp output does not
seem to be enough.

--
Your life is like a penny. You're going to lose it. The question is:
How do
you spend it?

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Your life is like a penny. You're going to lose it. The question is:
How do
you spend it?

John Covici wb2una
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