I read the basics about recording onto PC from cassette or vinyl, but can I do it the other way round and tape directly from my PC? My husbands car uses cassettes and is a real music lover. It would be nice to make him some unique compilations.
Im not a total PC moron but please make your answers simple to follow. Thankyou Dee
Couldnt do that - I usually do it this way but recently bought re-recordable cd's as I use so many but my machine then wont recognise the cd when I put it in as normal.The cd burned ok and can be played on the pc but not the cd player. Maybe you can advise if I can change they way I burned (used Nero).... thankyou
I found a lead same as one shown in the guides for doing the job the other way round. Sadly the unit I used for taping has not input atall. So this is probably a non starter. My next question has to be why then do these new CD/RW's not get seen in the CD player when the CR/R's Ive prevously done have worked no problem?
CD-RW discs have lower reflectivity than CD-R, and so cannot be read by a lot of players.
Why not make and play CD-R's on your husbands cassette player ?
You can get a cassette adaptor (ARGOS, 534-2488, £9.99) which plugs in like a cassette, and has a fly-lead that you can connect to a portable CD or mp3 player, and should give excellent quality sound. Your husband can then still enjoy his cassettes - plus CD/mp3 compilations (depending on the player type).