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Hello there sexycat
first things first:
1) check the output you want to use on the tascam, then according, use de correct cable on the PC, usually RCA to mini pin connector, or RCA on sound card ( if appy)
other than this, check weather you can use the tascam with any aditional hardware for your PC. ( on manual)

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If you don't have the manual, you can find it online.  It's free! 

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