how do I record from my hi fi to lap top

  kaanie 21:19 06 Mar 2007
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i have lots of LPs and cassettes with great music. how can I transfer them to my lap top.
I have a lead from my hi fi system to the line in on my pc but how and what do i need to record?
I know some one out there can help

  setecio 21:43 06 Mar 2007

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  Nixsound 21:59 06 Mar 2007

Dude, I have loads of music on other formats. It's relatively straight forward to transfer to your comp. You need a sound recording software of which there are plenty available click here
And the cable to connect hi-fi to pc. You simply need to play the source music from your hi-fi and press record on the software. Oh, one more thing, you'll need to set the playback control to recording mode: C:\WINDOWS\system32\sndvol32.exe go to properties and select recording, then mark the 'line in' check box.

  Z1100 22:32 06 Mar 2007

click here
£99.99

Hanx!
K.

  Wak 10:15 07 Mar 2007

does this help??
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  keef66 11:38 07 Mar 2007

I have a decent turntable and a phono preamp, and a stack of vinyl LP's. I just bought Audio Magix Cleaning Lab for £12 from Amazon, which includes the recording / cleaning software and a phono to minijack lead to connect the preamp to the line-in on the pc sound card. I'll let you know how it goes.

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