Question about Audio Players & Recorders
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I am assuming that you would want the sound output of a laptop to feed the Pioneer KEH-M5550. If you would hard wire the output of the laptop to the input stage of the amp where the tapehead goes into, the amp would be overdriven. This is because the output of the tapehead are very very low while that of the the laptop is high line level (enough to drive even a headset). What could be suggested is to use a Car Cassette Adapter similar to shown below available from most electronics stores such as here.
Alternately, if the KEH-M5550 has an AUX INPUT RCA to RCA (meant for MP3 players), then that may be used.
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Posted on Feb 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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