Question about Koss CDR200 2-Disc CD Recorder
It will record any line level source (CD, MD, tape, tuner). You can only record vinyl records if you have a phono pre-amp.
The best way to use a CD recorder is to use the "tape loop" on your amp/receiver. Does your amp/receiver have a "tape in" and a "tape out"? If it does you should connect your CD recorder to these in/outputs. That way, whatever your amp or receiver is set to listen to, is what you'll be recording.
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Posted on Jan 09, 2008
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