Got an Audio Technica AP-LP60-USB turntable (which has a built in pre-amp) and am trying to play records through my pc via the pc's line-in connector. (I can play records through the USB connection but it's a tad inconvenient because the Audacity Software gets in the way a bit)
My pc is a Dell Alienware X51 running Windows 10. All my audio drivers are up to date.
I've right-clicked the speaker icon and selected "recording devices" to make sure that the line-in jack is enabled, which it is. (The line-in jack is the default device and is described as "Line in high definition audio device.") I've noticed after right-clicking "recording devices" that I can see to the right a vertical "scale" of ten bars. When I play a record on the turntable the green display within this vertical scale of bars moves up and down with the music but, sadly, there is no sound....
Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated. I've googled my problem but have been unable to make much progress. Thanks.