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Conection to my computer

I tried to conect my Kenwood HM333 to my computer in order to burn tape music to cd, through the earphone conection in the kenwood system. I can hear the music but I cannot capture it.  If the digital out optical, is the only way to make the conecetion 
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I burn CD's on my laptop connected to a HM-33 through the earphone out plug. You have to change the computer's system input sound preference from "system" to "Audio in". Stereo sound quality is excellent.

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