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    We have several speeches on cassettes, is there a way to get them to a cd?

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    Originally posted by webbub@28 June 2003 - 15:15
    We have several speeches on cassettes, is there a way to get them to a cd?
    Connect the cassette line out to the line in on your sound card. Record it as a wave file. Then burn it to a CD.

    You could convert to MP3 or CD audio, (using CDEX) if you wish, prior to burning.

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    You could take an audio-out cable from your tape player to the line-in jack on your PC and record them as wav or mp3, then burn to CD.

    Or you could use a hifi CD burner.

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    Originally posted by Lamsey@28 June 2003 - 15:19
    You could take an audio-out cable from your tape player to the line-in jack on your PC and record them as wav or mp3, then burn to CD.

    Or you could use a hifi CD burner.
    Would it work with coax ?

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    Originally posted by JPaul@28 June 2003 - 15:21
    Would it work with coax ?
    A slip of the tongue a long time ago.... here's another 'slip of the tongue' -->

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    Originally posted by Lamsey+28 June 2003 - 15:25--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Lamsey @ 28 June 2003 - 15:25)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-JPaul@28 June 2003 - 15:21
    Would it work with coax ?&nbsp;
    A slip of the tongue a long time ago.... here&#39;s another &#39;slip of the tongue&#39; --&#62; [/b][/quote]

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    THANKS GUYS, IT WORKED WELL&#33;&#33;

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    Glad to hear it

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    You could take an audio-out cable from your tape player to the line-in jack
    btw i tried the above quote and it recorded but the sound is crackly

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    Is the source crackly ?

    Obviously the better the equipment and leads the better the recording. Ideally you would do it with audio cables (red and white) into audio cables on your soundcard. Most cards don&#39;t have these tho&#39;.

    The next best would be audio leads, from the auxilliary output on the source, into a 3.5mm jack on the card (line in).

    Next best is line out to line in. Which will be available to everyone (even if you have to use the headphone socket as the line out).

    Glad you got yours done webbub. Thanks for posting of your success as well, most chaps don&#39;t bother.

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