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I am purchasing a casette to cd program and need to know where the line in on the sound card plug in is

Where is the sound card?

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Your sound card is where you connect your PC audio input and output to your speakers, microphone, Hi-Fi etc.

Often, particularly if you are using a computer built within the last few years, the sound card will have been replaced by an "on-board" audio solution with sockets directly on the "mainboard" also often referred to as the "Motherboard" of your computer.

Traditionally, before PC's were widely popular, they had very basic sound, this was rapidly replaced by an extra circuit board that plugged into an "expansion slot", speakers, microphones and "Line-In" were then available - this extra card was referred to as the "Sound Card".

If you have the manual for your computer, look for the location and spec of the "Line-In" jack socket - typically it will be a 1/4" stereo socket - plug your CD player into this using its "Line-Out" or earphone jack socket.

If you have any questions or experience problems, please reply.

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