Not a PC Question!

  denali 09:18 10 Mar 03
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I realize I am probably breaking the rules by asking a non PC related question But it seems every type of question posted on the site garners some kind of responce.
I have numerous old 12inch LP records and wish to transfer them to CDs (or even cassettes) anyone with any ideas?

  JoeC 09:20 10 Mar 03

type vinyl into the search box you should get two hits to have a look at. : }

  Legolas 10:27 10 Mar 03

If you are transferring your vinyl to cd-r you will of course need to use a PC so it is a PC related question, if you decide to go ahead then this site gives you a tutorial on how to do it click here

  Legolas 10:29 10 Mar 03

This one might be clearer click here

  Legolas 10:33 10 Mar 03

And another one click here

  davidg_richmond 10:36 10 Mar 03

does your record deck have phono (red or white) out? or does it have a ribbon for a particular hifi? if it has phono, get a phono-to-3.5mm jack so that it will feed directly into the line-in on the PC. then record the music with CakeWalk MP3 & CD (or something similar) which is about £40 from PC World. you can then burn straight to CD

  denali 09:27 11 Mar 03

Thanks a lot legolas! excellent help. Just to prove my naivetie, what is a preamp?

  Belatucadrus 13:16 11 Mar 03

click here for an example, a preamp is a power booster to amplify the signal from the turntable to lower power setups like midi systems.

  Legolas 13:49 11 Mar 03

Glad to be of help denali. I have never transferred vinly to CD only tapes to CD so let us know how you got on.

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