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You can play your VHS tapes on your VHS machine and use a better microphone that is placed at the optimum distance to eliminate feedback. This is not the way to go though because you are doing a valuable task with inferior way of getting a good result. Best way would be to get a VCR to PC Conversion System at an electronics store. I priced one at Radio Shack for $99. You probalby can do better at Fryes Electronics or look on the Internet (Google or Craigslist search amy turn up a better price or a used one).
If you and play your VHS through your current TV or Stereo system you may be able to use the audio out to your PC or other recording device.
The reason that the conversion system is so much better is that they are changing from the analog to the digital system and this is a direct way to rerecord the orignal recording without microphone feedback and room distortion noises.
Hope this helps you resolve your issue.
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
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