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Re: throw away society


Dan,
This is what I use to copy audio:
http://www.srtl.co.uk/srtl/cdr870.html

The Philips CD recorder has been around quite awhile.  This is a component
for your stereo system so you connect it just as you would a turntable or
tape deck.  Then just play your LP and copy to CD just as you would have
copied to tape.

I also have a cd burner on my computer which makes copies faster but I don't
have any capability of connecting a truntable to the computer.

Kitty

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <djroman@att.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Friday, November 21, 2003 8:33 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] throw away society


> Auralie,
>
> I also have an extensive LP record collection that I plan to transfer to
CDs.
> There are places that will do the transfer for a fee but I have not found
any
> locally. You can also feed the output of your record deck into the
computer
> sound card and do it that way too but it will require some technical
> knowledge and special software. I have recorded a few songs using the
> computer microphone but the audio quality isn't very good and you need to
> contend with the dog barking or the phone ringing in the background.
>
> Dan
> > In a message dated 11/20/2003 8:24:43 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> > mtalt@clubhouse-designs.com writes:
> >
> > > Annoys me no end that they are phasing out something that works
> > > perfectly well -
> >
> > Like LPs. Even audio tapes are becoming obsolete and replaced by CDs.  I
> > wanted to make some tapes for my new grandson from favorite old records,
but my
> > son tells me they don't even have a tape player any more - it's all CDs.
I
> > guess it shows my age that I still have a record player - and even a few
old
> > 78s.
> > I guess my large collection of LPs may be collectibles, and I was
planning to
> > make tapes of some of the favorites, but if everything has to be on CD
> > nowadays, what's the use. Auralie
> >
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