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Our church has a Sony CCP 13nn (master) and 14nn (slave) cassette -to - cassette duplicator devices. Is there a way to connect the master device to a computer for MP3 file creation? The output cable is a round 9? Pin connector. Any assistance is greatly appreciated!

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    Mike M May 07, 2014

    I can't find your product anywhere on the net. If the 9 pin connector is a DIN style plug there is probably little chance of doing what you want. Please check the model #.

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    Mike M May 07, 2014

    OK found it Model is CPP 1300. The 9 pin DIN jack is for connecting the next of a possible 23 Copying decks to the master.



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Tapes are analog, MP3's are digital. There is no way for an analog device to create a digital file.

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