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Cable for connection

Question : What kind of cable do I need to connect my tape deck to my computer so I can record music on cassette tape to my hard drive?

Answer : In most cases, you can link the cassette deck to the computer with a Y-shaped cable that has a pair of RCA plugs on one end to connect to the tape deck's outputs and a stereo miniplug on the other end to connect to the computer's sound-in port. Radio Shack and other electronics stores sell these cables.

Once you have connected the machines, you can use your preferred audio-recording software to capture the incoming audio when you push Play on the tape deck. If you don't have a preferred audio program, there are plenty of shareware options at sites like www.tucows.com and www.hitsquad.com.



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