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Transferring audio from microcassette recorder to PC

by falcios / February 26, 2009 1:12 AM PST

How can I do this? It is a GE 3-5373 and about 10 years old.


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Does it have a headphone jack?
by Pepe7 / February 26, 2009 2:26 AM PST

That will be the key to somehow output the sound from the microcassettes to a PC's input (sound card, etc.).


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Casette to pc
by egesari / February 26, 2009 3:09 PM PST

Connect recorder's headphone out to your PC's line in and use a program like GoldWave and record it.
If your recorder hasn't a headphone out (or line out), i think you should buy a Micro Casette Receorde/Player with it...

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