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isee the site of product and you have a output in reload the same as printer.. you need a cable printer to conect usb from your computer to reloop…
Example Windows XP ©: – “Control Panel” – “Configuration”
– “Sounds and Audio Devices”
– “Audio” tab
“Sound Recording” item –
– Set USB Codec under “Standard Device” and confirm with “Apply”.
If recording is only desired from channel the USB Codec must
be set as the standard device. Any audio recording programme
can be used to make a recording, such as for example the
Windows ® audio recorder.
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