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Connecting tape player to IBM t-60 for recording

I would like to connect my cassette deck to my IBM for recording using Audacity program. Can I use the microphone jack to do so? Or is there a microphone port that can be toggled to "line in"?

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Mic port is fine .. adjust your levels with the microsoft volume control

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