How to Hook Up a Cassette Player to a Computer
Many of us still have plenty of cassette tapes sitting around, as well as an old cassette player that we haven't used in years. You can connect your cassette player to your computer in most cases, provided that you have a sound card and a line-in or...
Dec 1, 2014 ... The first thing you'll need to do in order to record the audio from a cassette tape is
to connect the tape deck or tap player to the computer itself.
Audio cassettes eventually deteriorate or get “eaten” by your tape player and ...
To connect to your computer with a headphone jack, you will need a cable with a
Connecting your cassette player to your audio interface, field recorder, .... Simply
connect the TAPE 2 PC to your Mac or Windows computer via USB, and use ...
Connect the cables to the audio out jacks on the tape deck (sometimes marked “
Play”) and the line-in port on the computer. There's no need to connect your tape
One of the biggest stumbling blocks to recording your LPs and cassettes to CD is
how to hook up your record player or cassette player to your computer's sound ...
You can use Audacity and your computer to record sound from any external ...
Although cassette tapes and records (LPs) are the most popular examples, ... (
DAT) players (if you have a digital soundcard, connect from digital out of the
player to ...
There are a couple of ways these converters connect to your computer. Most
have an integrated cassette deck that allows you to easily slide in the tape you
May 7, 2012 ... It's time to dust off that cassette deck and turn those precious cassette tapes into
MP3s. ... It say to connet to the stereo mic input on the computer. ... Same
problem as always - I connect the headphone jack of the tape player to ...
Dec 22, 2012 ... Whatever type of player you choose, you should connect its output to the line-in ...
The Tape 2 Go and Tape Express + USB cassette players cost ... have a 1978
tape player hooked up to my computer and when I play a tape it ...