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Re: throw away society

Dan, maybe this winter when we can't get out of the house because of the snow 
we will find time to work this problem out.  There should be a way.  Then 
maybe we can offer our collectible records - after we have transferred them - on 
e-bay (gbg).  Auralie

In a message dated 11/23/2003 1:05:55 PM Eastern Standard Time, n@att.net 

> 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

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