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Can't make a CD from a cassette deck

I am trying to hook up my system to enable me make a CD from my old cassette tapes. Can the unit do that?

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Yes but you will need a video card and the correct rgb leads or s-video lead to connect the tape player to, then you can record the audio to the hard drive, edit it if you want and burn it to cd :)

nice project, good luck

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