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Transfer Old Cassette Tapes To Cd


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The USB device that comes with that package should have red, white and yellow RCA jacks. The yellow one is for video, so you don't need that. Connect the left and right outputs of your cassette player to the white and red connectors, and you should be set to record the audio. I don't have that particular package, but I'm guessing there's an option to capture just audio? If so, use that, and set it to capture as .WAV files.

 

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Page 23 in this guide (link) if you have the plus version. You use Sound Editor that comes with the program.

 

Edit: Sound Editor comes with both the regular and the plus versions.

 

Do you have one or more output jacks on that cassette player? If two, then just connect them. If one, get a "Y" connector and capture the mono audio to both sides of the audio file.

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Page 23 in this guide (link) if you have the plus version. You use Sound Editor that comes with the program.

 

Edit: Sound Editor comes with both the regular and the plus versions.

 

Do you have one or more output jacks on that cassette player? If two, then just connect them. If one, get a "Y" connector and capture the mono audio to both sides of the audio file.

 

After this post, http://forums.suppor...ed/#entry435710

 

 

I did some mono recording using one RCA then a Y splitter with two RCA's. There is no difference in the recording or the sound of the recording except increasing the volume about 3dB. Two of the same exact signals will just make it a bit louder, it won’t change the sound at all.

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