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Old 06-25-2008
gkeen
 

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recording music from hifi
Hi does anyone know how to connect my ACER notebook 5920 to my hifi to record
my old cassettes onto cd,as i dont want to chuck them out,

Please not too much tech detail,just plain english please
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Old 06-25-2008
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Re: recording music from hifi

gkeen;757829 Wrote:
> Hi does anyone know how to connect my ACER notebook 5920 to my hifi to
> record
> my old cassettes onto cd,as i dont want to chuck them out,
>
> Please not too much tech detail,just plain english please


Yeah you need to find what kind of connectors you have on the back of
your hifi (line out) and then connect it to the (Line in) of your
notebook.

You then go to the shop and by a cable that connects to both. In many
cases there are cables pre-made that will connect unmatched connectors
sometimes you need to buy an adaptor that connects to the end of the
cable so you can connect both systems.

What I have done in the past is the Headphone jack as a "line out" and
plug it into the "line in" of the sound card and bought a simple 3.5mm
stereo jack to 3.5mm stereo jack cable...


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