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MP3Mogul -> RE: Cassette Deck for PC (7/26/2004 6:40:38 PM)

First I have seen of it.... However would a Line In / Line Out on a sound card be just as good of a solution without taking up drive bay space?

emperor -> RE: Cassette Deck for PC (7/26/2004 6:42:20 PM)

No, but seems very nice!

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emperor -> RE: Cassette Deck for PC (7/26/2004 7:21:25 PM)

haha [:)]

Dolphinius_Rex -> RE: Cassette Deck for PC (7/27/2004 3:12:47 AM)

wow! Pretty cool actually. I know some people who would totally love that! In fact, it would make an awesome christmas present for my own mother [:D]

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Dolphinius_Rex -> RE: Cassette Deck for PC (7/27/2004 6:46:16 AM)



i wonder the same thing as MP3Mogul and that's why i was wondering if you have tested.
when i tried the audio input method, although i used on the best avaliable software, Clean, the result was not good....

It can be tricky to do a proper job using the line input method. It's by no means impossible, and you can even get a quite good audio rip if your playback equipment and master are good enough. The cables between devices can also hold things back if they aren't good quality.

S33K3R -> RE: Cassette Deck for PC (7/27/2004 10:36:32 AM)

thats a nice thing but too damn expensive, would only be worth it if you are a dj with tons of cassetes to backup.

emperor -> RE: Cassette Deck for PC (7/27/2004 10:43:26 AM)

Yea...I personally wouldn't buy it, i have most of my music at CDs

MP3Mogul -> RE: Cassette Deck for PC (7/27/2004 7:03:53 PM)

I did every album (anyone remember those) I'm talking vinyl 33 1/3 RPM records!!!

Anyway I did them all... used a VERY GOOD Yamaha turntable, line in...... clean up just a bit of the pops from time, and presto, they are CD quality...... did over 100 records this way.....

I've also done cassettes, however there is a bit of noise in the cassettes that is tricky to take out, but they work great.... use a HQ Sound card, and good stereo equipment...

sp_admin -> RE: Cassette Deck for PC (7/29/2004 4:03:29 PM)

Signal-to-Noise Ratio 55dB

I would better look somewhere else!

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MP3Mogul -> RE: Cassette Deck for PC (7/31/2004 4:17:06 PM)

55?? That's WAY WAY too low!

NotesGooRoo -> RE: Cassette Deck for PC (9/24/2004 5:28:14 PM)

I used to have a Commodore Vic 20 and a Texas Instruments TI-99/4A that both had "cassette decks" [8D]

At that speed a DVD would probably take oh about a month to load [sm=matrix05-coolemoticons.gif]

leaglebob -> RE: Cassette Deck for PC (11/11/2004 2:04:54 AM)

Its nice but only not to have wires all over the place---but s/n is very poor. I get excellent no added noise results using my soundblaster live audio card with standard rca plugs with a quality stand alone cassette player ($150). I can hook the same connectors to the TV and get GREAT sound from the TV too---so looks like I'm going to have wires anyway.

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