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How to connect an mp3 player, or other stereo source, to a tape player in order to listen to the music.
For this proyect you will need the following tools: -A soldering iron -A multimeter -Headphones or stereo wires and plugs -A tape player
You must dissasemble the tape player in order to get the circuit board. This step varies with the model of the tape player so I won`t put any ...
You will find the magnetic head in the place you used to insert the tape. The head must have three wires, one is the ground and the two ...
Follow the wires that come from the magnetic head to the circuit board. On mine it was a 4 port connector, it may vay with your tape player. ...
Now you have to cut the earbuds and peel the wires. Stereo wires usually have a copper shield that must be connected to ground, left channel its covered ...
Now re-assembly the tape player. Connect it and press play, then connect your mp3 player and press play as well. Adjust the volume in order to listen to ...
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