Question by  jk26 (18)

Are there any electronic companies that make a cassette-to-CD adapter?

I have some music on cassette that I can't replace.


Answer by  jeyakumar (23)

this is not an adapter.this is a converter which converts audio signal to dvd or cd writing input channels.samcon is a company which make that converter.another best way is casstete output fed to cd writer al.


Answer by  odin0425 (75)

tascam, teac, denon, coby. However you can also hook any cassete player to your line in jac on your computer, and make digital files to burn to cd that way.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

As far as I know there is no adapter like this. If you have music on cassettes you will have to rip them to a computer and burn them to a cd. You can find tutorial on how to do this online. Just know that the quality won't be great do to the lower quality of older cassette recordings.


Answer by  dannyg28 (3070)

There is a company who makes a cassette player that hooks up to the computer through the USB port and will move your music from the cassette recorder to the computer and then you can take all of the music and burn it to CD so that you may listen to it on your CD player.

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