Transferr Music From Old Audio Cassettes To CDs

If you are worrying about your old music or speech collection which is stored in 1980s or 1990 audio cassettes  you dont have to worry as you have option to transfer all your collection from audio cassettes to CDs. Here's how to transfer the same onto CD before the former is ruined by the passage of time.
 

Connect the tape player to the amplifier.
  
To do this, connect one end of an L-R cable to the output jacks of the tape player, and connect the other end of the L-R cable to a set of input jacks on the amplifier. 

Connect the CD recorder to the amplifier. 


To do this, connect one end of an L-R cable to the input jacks of the CD Recorder, and connect the other end of the L-R cable to a set of output jacks on the amplifier.

Connect your speakers to the amplifier in the manner proscribed in your amplifier's instructions. Plug in all these devices and turn them on.

Set the amp to play music from the tape. Test this by playing the tape over your speakers. If the music is distorted or only coming in on one side of your speaker set, go back and check your connections.

Insert a blank disk into the CD recorder.

Press 'record' on your CD recorder


Start playing the tape immediately after pressing 'record' . The recorder will read whatever is being played on the amplifier and record it to the CD.

Press 'Stop' on the CD recorder and tape player when the song ends, or when you would like to end the track. Pay attention to the recording, because the CD recorder will record whatever is being played, regardless of when the tape starts or stops.

Finalise the CD when the disk is recorded the way you want it.


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