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Record LPs into desktop computer.

I am wondering if I can export from the turntable on the DC D6300 Teac into my computer. Want to record some LPs onto CD and do not want to spend an additional $3-400 to buy LP-to-CD recorder. (My manual is temporarily unavailable)

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Re: Record LPs into desktop computer.

I do this almost every week using a jack to jack lead from the headphone socket on the source device (in your case, the CD shelf system) to the Line In socket on the pc sound card. Starting with the shelf unit volume turned right down, wind it up gently until the sound level on the pc is right. Next, you'll need a piece of software on your pc that can record full length .mp3 or .wav files. I use a cheap tool called Audiolib MP3 recorder I downloaded at a few years back. Finally, having recorded the sound onto your hard drive, use your CD burning software (Nero or whatever) to split it up into tracks and burn it onto CD. A.

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Re: Record LPs into desktop computer.

If you have an line level audio output on the shelf unit, you can as then the other end would connect up to your input to the sound card, if there is only a mic. input and no line input you can get whats called an antenuator, or get another audio sound card for the computer with a line level input jack. Good Luck

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