I'm trying to connect a cassette player to my Dell Dimension 3000 series computer. Instead of the the normal 3 connectors - red (or pink), green, & blue; I have a fourth. There is a black one betwen the red & green. The markings are too small for me to decipher. Do I still plug the cassette player into the blue? What's the black one for? Thanks.
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If you only have one set of tape in/out connectors, then hooking up two tape decks and an equalizer is going to be difficult. You could hook the "tape out" to one tape deck, that tape's output to the second tape, and the second tape's out to the equalizer, connecting the output of the eq back to your receiver....
i got the problem fixed. Basically what i did, i i took my buil;ding knowledge and an ASUS mobo users manual of all things. hooked the connectors into the corresponding pins with led's on one side and switch controls on the other. it worked! on the USB i just took my time an dput in order +1,-1,+2,-2,gound. all works well.
I don't know this model in particular but JVC is supposed to be a good name.
As for being a cassette player, I hope you either have a bunch of cassettes stored away somewhere or at least another cassette deck to record your favorite music onto blank tapes because cassettes are pretty much obsolete so you pretty much can expect nothing new to be released on them and only find them in pawn shops, flea markets or garage sales, etc...
Some features I would look for in a cassette deck are things like Automatic Music Search, Music Scan (uses AMS and plays a couple seconds of each track), Dolby NR, Dolby B and Dolby C, Auto Reverse with Ferret Head(head actually flips over instead of a 4 channel head).
Try a different know good working power supply and only hook up the main power connector to the motherboard as well as the p4 connector. If you get power then you know that the original power supply is bad.
If you try another known good working power supply and you get the same yellow light then the motherboard is bad and would need to be replaced.
IF YOU HAVE AN AUDIO OUT IN YOUR TV YOU CAN CONNECT IT INSTEAD OF CASSETTE PLAYER.AND YOU WILL HEAR YOUR TV PROGRAM THROUGH YOUR AMPLIFIER.ABOUT THE REST OF THE CIRCUIT CONNECT AMPLIFIER OUTPUT TO SPEAKERS AS USUAL CASE.
Try this since you do not supply model numbers. If your receiver and CD have digital audio connector (coaxil or fiber) hook the receiver output to the cd input.
If you do not, see if there is a spare set of RCA jacks for output. If not, just hook up the cd player in the cassette jacks-there is always a cassette in and out-and hook your cd player to an auxillary input or use the cd player input.
Remeber though, cassettes have inherently more noise than cd so your cds will not sound like a pre-packed cd.