If the USB-port can be used to play mp3's from a memory stick it's an option to convert the cassettes to mp3 (audacity is a free program to do that) and copy those to a USB-stick.
However, there are some points that need attention:
- A common 8 GB USB-stick can contain some 2000 mp3's. The player that that USB port is connected to should have an option to select albums or artists or tracks or whatever.
- You must use the volume control of the player. A USB-stick is just a storage device.
So that could be a bad solution.
And how about a smartphone with a headphone out? There are many players for a smartphone, and it's easy to copy mp3's to it.
I would like to play my cassettes in my car. It has both a USB and aux port. I can currently connect a Walkman-type cassette player to the aux port, however, I'm unable to find a good quality portable cassette player. I was wondering if I can substitute a cassette to MP3 converter in place of a Walkman-type player? The converters I saw online looked like they might work, however, I wasn't sure if a converter can replace a portable cassette player (for instance, I didn't notice any volume control on the converter and I also didn't see a headphone port, which is how I currently connect my portable cassette player to my car's audio system). If this wont work, can anyone suggest a quality Walkman-type cassette player. I've tried the Jensen and Craig models and they were both junk. Thanks !