Here's an inexpensive way to turn old cassettes and records into digital files. I paid $9 at radio shack for a cord with 2 RCA plugs at one end and a small headphone jack at the other end. Connect the RCA plugs to a tape deck or record player and the jack into your computers microphone port. Download the free Audacity program online and hit play.
Here's an inexpensive way to turn old cassettes and records into digital files. I paid $9 at radio shack for a cord with 2 RCA plugs at one end and a small headphone jack at the other end. Connect the RCA plugs to a tape deck or record player and the jack into your computers microphone port. Download the free Audacity program online and hit play. DOUG MILLER
Here's an inexpensive way to turn old cassettes and records into digital files. I paid $9 at radio shack for a cord with 2 RCA plugs at one end and a small headphone jack at the other end. Connect the RCA plugs to a tape deck or record player and the jack into your computers microphone port. Download the free Audacity program online and hit play. DOUG MILLER

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