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tapes to cd

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by stwei, May 5, 2004.

  1. stwei

    stwei Senior Member
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    Has anyone here transferred recordings from their minicassette tapes unto a CD and saved them electronically? What would be the fastest and cheapest way to do this, especially if you have over 20 tapes all 2 hours long? :scared:
     
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  3. Pinkertinkle

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    Do you have a tape player with a line out?
     
  4. stwei

    stwei Senior Member
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    I've got a microcassette tape recorder with a microphone jack and a headphone jack
     
  5. lesstalkmorock

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    archos recorder is very handy for recording mp3s

    though this might be the wrong forum
     
  6. JayMiranti

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    you can get a wire with phono plugs (males) at both ends and connect one end to your recorder's headphones hole and the other to your mic hole on your computer.

    Then you can get a recording program, any shareware program like goldwave that recognizes the microphone, and press play on your recorder, and record on the computer screen, and you can save them as .Wav files.... you can burn them onto an AUdio CD the same way you normally would..
     
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    I read the review on archos, and it seems that the tech support is really bad.
     
  8. lesstalkmorock

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    i have an archos recorder 20

    you're right, i heard the support is absolutely horrible (it's in france)

    but i've never had a problem with the recorder so i have no complaints
     

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