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Can you? I have a quasar stereo, obviously older. It has a record player, believe it or not, on the top with tuner and then a stereo control amphlifier and then a dual cassette player and then a cd player. Can you record from a casstte to the cd player and how. I do not have the owners manual. Thanks!

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  • jcgladding Feb 03, 2009

    No cd burner, how can I get an old tape to a cd?

  • jcgladding Feb 04, 2009

    Thnaks so much for the info, I will figure something out, I do have a cd burner on my computer. Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions.

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No,But you canrecord from CD to tape,It doesn't have a cd burner,just a cd player.


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  • Randy Hough
    Randy Hough Feb 03, 2009

    You have to have a cd burner to be able to record FROM a tape to a CD.

    A CD PLAYER WILL NOT RECORD,IT WILL ONLY PLAY A CD

    The dual tape will allow you to play one tape and record to another tape.



    TO RECORD FROM A TAPE ON TO A CD,YOU WILL NEED TO BUY A CD RECORDER/BURNER

    THAT ALLOWS HOOKUP TO YOUR TAPE PLAYER OR HAS A BUILT IN TAPE PLAYER.



    THE UNIT YOU HAVE DOES NOT HAVE CD RECORDING CAPABILITIES.



    If you need more info,Please let me now.



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  • Randy Hough
    Randy Hough Feb 04, 2009

    You can get a Usb Audio/Video input device and it will allow you to hook up the stereo to the computer and you can do it that way.You will need something like this if you don't have audio/video inputs of the pc.It just plugs into a usb port.






  • Randy Hough
    Randy Hough Feb 04, 2009

    If the information provided was what you needed,Please change this rating to a Fixya.

    Thanks and if I can help any more,just let me know.

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