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I read the recent article in Macworld Weekly on "digitize your cassettes and LPs". I bought Toast (with CD Spin Doctor) and digitized a cassette. I'm using a Y-cable connected to a MacBook running Leopard. Even though the cassette is stereo, the digitized output is mono. Is it possible to produce a stereo version? How?

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I read the recent article in Macworld Weekly on "digitize your cassettes and LPs". I bought Toast (with CD Spin Doctor) and digitized a cassette. I'm using a Y-cable connected to a MacBook running Leopard. Even though the cassette is stereo, the digitized output is mono. Is it possible to produce a stereo version? How?

 

Thanks. Got new cable and now have stereo.

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I read the recent article in Macworld Weekly on "digitize your cassettes and LPs". I bought Toast (with CD Spin Doctor) and digitized a cassette. I'm using a Y-cable connected to a MacBook running Leopard. Even though the cassette is stereo, the digitized output is mono. Is it possible to produce a stereo version? How?

If Spin Doctor receives a stereo signal it records in stereo. My guess is your Y connector has a mono miniplug instead of a stereo one.

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