From Cassette to CD?
Posted by: Rocker Chic ()
Date: February 09, 2001 12:05AM

Here's a question that I hope some of you can answer/solve:

I have many cassette recordings that I would love to transfer to CD. However, I don't know the best way to go about it. My stereo system is your typical -- nothing spectacular -- 3-CD carousel mini-system (Aiwa -- BTW, I live in the U.S.). It has a socket for headphones (which I believe is the larger-sized socket) and the speakers are attached by inserting the wires into these little holes in the back of the main unit and have levers that clamp down on each wire to hold them in place.

Someone told me once to purchase some kind of cable from a RadioShack-type of retailer and plug it into my stereo and then into the sound card of my PC. However, I need a little bit more detail than that. Can any of you offer some advice/instructions in plain English that someone, who is not a techie, can understand? ;-)

I recorded many of these cassettes myself and would love to keep these masters on CD rather than cassette. It would also help tremendously in the duplication process so I can get copies out to people much quicker (I'm am so behind). :-\

Thanks a bunch guys!

RC

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SubjectViewsWritten ByPosted
From Cassette to CD?128 Rocker Chic 02/09/2001 12:05AM
Re: From Cassette to CD? 91 BantamMan 02/09/2001 01:41AM
Re: From Cassette to CD? 104 Daniel 02/09/2001 02:48AM
Re: From Cassette to CD? 99 R.C.I.T. 02/09/2001 07:02AM
musicmatch 91ace02/10/2001 02:52AM
Re: musicmatch 92Surfpunk02/10/2001 09:49AM
thanks Surfpunk....(np) 83Ace02/10/2001 11:06AM
Thanks Folks (np) 85 BantamMan 02/11/2001 02:50AM
Re: From Cassette to CD? 91Phil #202/09/2001 03:17AM
Re: From Cassette to CD? 84danthecdman02/09/2001 09:11AM
Re: From Cassette to CD? 87KISSaholic02/09/2001 01:28PM
Thanks to All! 99 Rocker Chic 02/10/2001 07:49AM


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