I have a Mesh Matrix 64 with XP Home Edition. I want to rip some tracks from old cassettes and LPs. I am using MusicMatch Jukebox plus. I have a new lead (1 x mini-jack to 2 x RCA) which I have connected to the line-in on the Audigy 2 Gold Sound Card but the problem is where do I connect to on my (ageing) hi-fi? The hi-fi consists of amp, tape deck and turntable. Turntable is connected to the phono ports on the amp. The tape deck is connected to the Tape Play In and Tape Rec Out on the amp. That leaves Dat Out, Dat In, Aux, Video Out, Video In, Tuner & CD. Any suggestions? Many thanks.
... but it may include IN and OUT functions. Is it a circular multi-pin socket (a DIN plug), which means you would have to determine which pins are signal IN and which are OUT; or a couple of pairs of phono sockets which should be separately labelled IN and OUT?
If the former, it might be easier to temporarily unplug your tape from the tape out socket, and use that for recording to your PC.
Thanks everyone for the advice. The Amp is c. 1989 and I have RCA sockets (right and left) on all of the ports I listed in my initial thread. There are no DIN plugs. The bad news is that I have tried the AUX sockets without any success.