I have an old vinyl record, which I would like to transfer to a CD.I have a reasonably old, but working SONY midi tower music thingy, with record player, CD player (not record), and cassette etc.My PC is a Dell Dimension 9150 (new May 06)with CD re-write.What wiring would I need to connect and record, and which sockets could I use.Apart from microphone & headphone sockets on the front of the SONY, there is a CD/AUX (twin co-axial plugs) connection.Is it possible please
Just do a search on the Forums for LP or Vinyl and you'll find all necessary info there.
You'll need to connect the line-out or tape-out of the Sony to the line-in of your PC and use software like Audacity or dbPowerAMP (both downloadable for free).
I have Roxio Creator LE software installed on the PC, it's just the cabling type I'm not sure of.There are no audio output sockets on the SONY.The Record deck and the CD player plug into INPUT sockets in the amp.Would it be possible to plug the record deck direct into the PC, and download that way.
I used the headphone socket on my tuner/player and the mic socket on my computer. No problems.
No, it needs to go through some sort of amplifier. You could use the headphone socket (if the Sony has one) to the line-in on your PC.
ThanksI do have a headphone socket on the Sony.I'll try that
There was an item on QVC.com this morning in the Home Office programme at 7am. An ADS Tech. record vinyl and tapes to mp3. Think the price was about £34. They are still demonstrating it on line now if you can navigate to it.
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