Question about Classic Electronics Audio Players & Recorders
I have a Cambridge CD4 deck and a hp media centre pc m477.
Can someone tell me if its possible to play the deck through the pc and how to do it.
Hi and welcome to FixYa,
Yes, it is possible. The Cambridge CD4 deck would be an external signal source of the sound card of the computer. Basically, the R/L Audio OUTPUT of the deck would be connected to the AUX or LINE IN of the PC. A RCA to stereo 3.5mm plug would be needed similar to what is shown below.
Thereafter, enable the AUX/LINE IN in both playback and recording modes of the Volume Control Properties.
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