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How do I copy a cassette tape to a compact disk? Answered

I have a cassette tape that I would like to copy to a cd's any ideas on how to do this?

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stephenniallBest Answer (author)2010-01-04

Get a tape player .

get a headphone port with a 3.5mm jack on both ends.

Put your cassette tape into your player .

Plug one half of the jack in the player headphone port the other in the input jack of your pc .

Download audacity set the record for input .

Start recording and click play on your cassette.

Burn to cd

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iPodGuy (author)stephenniall2010-01-06

Just what I was going to say.  Can't be any easier than this.

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stephenniall (author)iPodGuy2010-01-06

True . you can buy usb connnecting devices now and they cost alot more ! its about £1 for a lead and then you can do it easy

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Re-design (author)stephenniall2010-01-05

My exact method except substitute phonograph for cassette.  For those youngun's out there, a phonograph plays the big black "cd's" with the small hole in the middle and the deep "scratch" that goes round and round.  They have music on them.

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stephenniall (author)Re-design2010-01-05

Haha im 13 and id rather have my Phonograph Than a cd player anyday! the musics a little harder to find and harder to keep but you cant beat vinyls!

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frollard (author)stephenniall2010-01-05

Just to clarify for the sake of it:
The port is the hole that the cable plugs into.
You want a headphone patch cable, with a 1/8 inch stereo headphone connection on both ends.

The rest of the instructions work...

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Z.. (author)2010-01-04

Hi Stephen,

I hope you're right, because I'm going to have a shot at this,-and I'm technically as thick as a brick!!

(Good luck with your AS).

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