Question about Audio Players & Recorders
All DIN sockets with the following symbols alongside:
Socket 1 - square with solid inverted roof shape above it.
Socket 2 - telephone
Socket 3 - Square with right facing triangle inside
Socket 4 - Loudspeaker
Im not sure what DIN sockets you're trying to describe here, but quite often, you can record from a tape player to a pc by connecting an rca cable to an adaptor; rca to 1/8"(headphone pin) and then plugging that headphone pin in to the microphone input on your computer.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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