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Directly From PC To Cassette

by jl802 / February 23, 2004 6:32 AM PST

I am able to drive a company owned vehicle. The problem, it has a cassette player (no CD) and the company will not allow me to install one. Is there a way to record audio files from my PC directly to a cassette? The only option I have now is to copy it to a CD-R , then place it in a CD/Cassette system and record it on a cassette.

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Re:Directly From PC To Cassette
by jmgb / February 23, 2004 12:13 PM PST

Have you tried using A/V cables? You connect your PC to the cassette player, and then record the cassestte.

I haven?t tried it, but this should be an easy method cause everyone has an stereo with player and A/V input.

Hope this helps.

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Re:Directly From PC To Cassette
by Art / February 23, 2004 12:13 PM PST

What tape recording equipment do you have? If you have a tape deck, you can connect a patch cord from "line out" on the sound card to the "line in/tape in" on the tape deck.

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