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Make cd's from cassrtte tapes using a Toshiba 1080P dvd player

How do you transfer cassette tapes to cd's using the Toshiba 1080P player and recorder? I would appreciate also knowing how my tape recorder should be connected to my JVC reciever for best results. Thank you in advance for your assistance. Ron Sullivan

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Initially, pls post back the exact model numbers of the tape recorder, the Toshiba player/recorder and the JVC receiver.

To your concern:

  • cassette tapes refer to audio cassettes containing analog audio signals for left & right, whereas a player and recorder presumably is audio and video player/recorder;
  • although technically, it is very possible, it is not an efficient method of transferring the audio contents of the cassette tapes to a CD/DVD disc since the recorder will still record the video component even if it is non-existent from the audio cassette source;
  • additionally, not all player/recorder has an Audio/Video IN connection;
  • a more efficient method would be to use the Line IN of your computer, run an audio capturing software, save the captured audio as an MP3 or wave file and then burn into an audio CD.
  • connection the tape recorder to any receiver including a JVC would need 2 pairs of RCA to RCA cables connected to IN/OUT of tape recorder and the OUT/IN of the receiver.
Of course this would have to be revised if the cassette you are referring to would be VHS video tapes. Offhand, most player/recorder have a one touch record button specifically for this purpose.

Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

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If it has a video in in the recorder then connect the video cassette player to the recorder video in and try so if have more question or clearification for this problem let me know if it helped rate fixya

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It should be pretty standard as with any. But I know some of those DVD recorders can be a pain.\

I would connect the Player of what it is you want recorded into the input or video audio in on the back of the DVD recorder, then switch the recorder to record mode and Press play on the output device ( I.E. Tape Player) So the DVD recorder can recieve the VHS signal and record it onto the DVD recorder. Check the Manual in case there are any special settings you may need to set first.

If you dont have them, Go to there site and download them.

http://www.tacp.toshiba.com/dvr/dvdrecorder.asp

Good Luck

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