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Recording from audio tape to laptop

Hello,
I have a TEAC stereo cassette deck R-H100.
I have got an audio tape I would like to transfer to my DELL Inspiron 6400 laptop.
What is the procedure?
In particular, are there limitations in terms of R-H100 line out vs. laptop microphone line in voltage specifications?
I couldn't find these specifications for any of the 2 products.

Thanks for your help!

Best;
Vincent

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Hi Vincent.

Just use the play out connections on the back ot the deck, and connect them straight to the line in socket on the lappy. Use a RCA stereo to 3.5mm stereo jack connection, levels will be fine. Try audacity as a decent freeware recording program. Woks well, and you can use half decent plugins to tweak the audio. :)

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