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Hooking up a microphone to record to casettes

Could you please let me know how I can hook up a microphone that will let me record to casette's on this device. Appreciate it very much ! Similar to Karoke

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You can use a mic if unit has a mic input

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Hi macduff

Where abouts in the world are you. I can hook you up with a local supply of the part

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robotek

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