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ltndncr
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Audio Cassette Player connect to my computer

How do I go about connecting my audio cassette player to my computer, so I can record the music
from my cassette player.
 
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klbf
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Re: Audio Cassette Player connect to my computer

connect it to line in. then click sound control/options/properties/record/select line in/ then make sure its ticked


then in what ever program u use you select line in as audio source



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Re: Audio Cassette Player connect to my computer

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Red Ryder
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Re: Audio Cassette Player connect to my computer

Before you get all confused with all the replies do this.  You may have the stuff around the house already.

1.  RCA mini plug.  this is standard RCA to one miniplug.

2.  RCA one set regular audio cables

3.  Plug the regular cables into the line out on your cass into the mini plugs.  Plug the mini plug into the back of your computer Line In.

4.  That'll give you basic sound; just to see if you like it and wanna fool with it.  From there the options unlimited.  You can eaisly spend hundreds and hundreds trying to do that.  I did that and more or less ran 600 audio tapes back to the PC.

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