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a separate turntable, amp/receiver, and cassette deck. connect them to the receiver as most receivers today have a dubbing/copy feature. much more control. and if you have a dvd player, plug it

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the ion iptusb's usb recording quality was well above our expectations. getting started was a snap, since our pc recognized the ion iptusb the moment we connected it over usb.

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play and transfer both vinyl and mix tapes with the duo deck. click to enlarge. ion audio lp 2 go has a built-in speaker and headphone output.

cassette/lp to digital

cassette/lp to digital by august 20, 2006 1:02 am pdt. if your cassette deck has rca connections for output, you connect them to the 'line in' connector stereo mini connector on your

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vinyl siding replacement costs about $9,978 and has a 78.7 percent roi; foam-backed vinyl siding replacement costs $14,236 and has a 78.1 percent roi. 2. wood deck shutterstock national average

what is the best tool for converting lp's to cd or mp3?

the best output would be from 'rec. out' on the reciever/amplifier/tape deck. as for cleaning the noise, all i can say is do the best that it can a noisy record is a noisy cd ; i don't think

how to dj on your ipad

djay for ipad offers much of the djing experience but without the cost and space. if you do want to experience the real deal, a pair of vinyl/cd decks and a mixer would set you back thousands of

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purists will argue that the best and most tactile way of interacting with music is to use vinyl. that's almost certainly true but, in this day and age, so much music is digital that using vinyl is