Best option to connect Bluetooth to an old radio tape recorder? Answered
Hi, I have an old Sanyo radio tape recorder which I'm considering canibalizing to create a Bluetooth stereo speaker. I've seen instructables on how to build those from scratch but since those nice people at Sanyo took the time to build a sound device all that time ago, I can't see why I would disrespect them by dumping their product into the recycling bin without using as much of it as I can. I was looking at the poor thing's innards and it is obvious that there are a lot of possible sound inputs I could use to connect the Bluetooth module to. There is the recording head, the reading head, the radio and left and right sockets for a microphone. Taking into account that the Bluetooth receiver will need some kind of amplification, which of these options would be the best? also, can anyone tell me which of the magnetic heads in the last pics are the recording and which is the reading ones?