Ok, I have a kenwood vr-509 receiver, a sony wega and a sb live SC. Taping tv audio.?

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  1. todd stone

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    With following:

    A sony 27" wega with s-video, component etc.

    a kenwood vr-509 with component, s-video, dts, optical etc

    a sb live platinum with digital input and soundblaster audigy card with digitial input.

    How do i record, say a song off of MTV onto my computer? what cables will i need, recording software, and how to go about doing this??

    Is the onyl other way, to have a tv tuner card in pc and record that way?
     
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    First, you'll need a software that accepts music in the form of WAV.files or have the capability to convert such files to MP3 and vice versa. I don't know if you can do it through the Digital Domain out from your receiver and into your computer. But on the back there are some audio connection jacks, red & white for line in or a blue mini jack input for stereo line in. That's the way I think you can record from t.v. by connecting from the monitor out of the receiver and in to the computer. Like I said I'm not sure if you can record through the digital domain unless it's digital to digital, but in most computer cases the sound goes through a DAC Digital Analogue Converter like everything else, hence the need for analogue connections.
     
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    interesting, thanks!
     

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