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This review is from: Cassette to CD and MP3 (Electronics)
I purchased this kit because I have too many cassette tapes, it was windows 7 compatible and it came with a 120cm audio dubbing cable which I needed.
As well as the cable you also get a software cd and 1 page of instructions.
Software instilation was simple and fast, only around a minute, and the conversion process was just as quick.
When you first use the software you go through the simple initial set up process and when you're done you can name your files whatever you want and add whatever album art you want.
Also, you can save your converted files on an audio cd, as an mp3, on itunes or windows media player.
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Initial post: 27 Feb 2011 16:11:25 GMT
Mr. Eric Griffiths says:
Can you give out more info for me i have bought this product and still cannot get it ti record
In reply to an earlier post on 2 Mar 2011 22:32:21 GMT
1. load software onto your computer,
2. click on the desktop icon,
3. click on initial set up,
4. click next until you see "select recording device",
5. click external mic ("stereo mix" & "integrated microphone array" don't work for me),
6. click ok,
7. plug 1 end of included cable in your computers mic socket & the other in your tape decks headphone socket,
8. press play on your tape recorder,
9. turn down volume on your tape player until it's below the arrow on the computer screen (if your tape starts with no sound, wait until there is, doesn't work other wise),
10. click auto adjust,
11. if you get "volume successful" click ok, if not, repeat until successful,
12. click ok to the pop up message,
13. click record,
14. click record again (adjust settings if necessary, I don't personally),
15. read pop up instructions then click ok,
16. leave tape to finish or click stop,
17. click next,
18. click next again,
19. name track (doesn't work otherwise),
20. click next,
21. choose 1 of the 4 options,
22. choose where you want to save your track/s,
23. when the "saving" message disappears, your mp3 should be where you saved it to.
Hope that helps,
Posted on 11 Jun 2011 15:39:26 BDT
K. Banerjee says:
Trying to configure my new toy, all I am getting is
There was a problem starting the VU meter - 100
Anyone know how I can resolve this?
Posted on 15 Sep 2012 12:45:34 BDT
Margot G Preston says:
your instructions only refer to mp3. what about copy to CD ?
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