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Copying Reel-to-reel Tapes


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I am trying to copy some of my old reel-to-reel tapes and burn them to cd's. I have the normal set up

R2R (Sony) to amp (Sony) to speakers - all works fine. I have connected my Easy(?)VHS toDVd to the "line out" of my amp. The recording window for Roxio is set Capture From: USB 2861 Devicce. Input is "Line" which is the only option given.

 

I have read all the notes in the forum for copying tapes. Cassette tapes should be no different than R2R when sent through an amp.

 

The L and R level meters are not indicating any incoming signal.

 

Suggestions?

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I've got the same problem. The two .jpg you say to download only goes to a screen that gives an error message: Not authorized.

 

Download it? Do you have a screen like the one below, in you Easy VHS to DVD program?

 

Was a question, not something I told you to do!

 

what screen

 

In post # 6 you don't see a screen shot of YOUR program? Muisic - Audio Import??

 

wyatt's mom

 

Are you trying to pull someones leg?

 

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Here is what I get when I click on the jpg:

 

Board Message

Sorry, an error occurred. If you are unsure on how to use a feature, or don't know why you got this error message, try looking through the help files for more information.

 

The error returned was:

Sorry, but you do not have permission to use this feature. If you are not logged in, you may do so using the form below if available.

 

 

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Digitize LP and Tapes

 

I did get some recording, but it was from my tuner (radio) and not my tape deck. So if I can find a way to get the tape monitor instead of the tuner it might work. My amp is a Sony STR-D965 and my R2R is a Sony TC-366 (yup that old and it still works, but the tapes wont last as long as cd's) and I want to have cd's of my tapes to play on my cd players.

 

Any ideas?

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Looks like that is going to work. I put a Y-splitter in the lines and have both VHS-DVD and amp, with speakers, working.

 

Thanks for the help. I think updating the drivers helped get things together.

 

 

:wacko: :wacko: :wacko:

 

You're welcome.

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