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Seriously, I would like to take advantage of listening to my Cassettes on my truck CD player. Any suggestions on how to do this? CD player does not have an input jack.. I have used my portable CD player to listen on my cassette player by using the adapter cassette but I want to reverse that process. Is there anyway to download my cassettes to CD. I don't think so but maybe someone has thoughts on this.
I drive a semi but I switch trucks every few days. I sometimes am in the middle of a book on cassette and get a truck with a CD player instead. Arrrggghhh! It puts me in the position of being involved with 3 books at a time-CD, cassette & print. No wonder I seems scattered at times.
I appreciate any positive input people might have.
PS-I have 400+ audio books on cassette that I would love to swap for credits or swap for Audio books on CD. Listing all of my cassettes would take a long time, just send me a note if you are looking for a particular title.
You can copy cassettes to CD, here's the basics, http://www.infopackets.com/news/hardware/2003/20030218_how_to_record_an_audio_cassette_to_cd.htm
Or, buy a small cassette player to transfer between vehicles. Maybe you could find a Sony Walkman or similar on eBay :-)
Thank you so much. I printed out the info. I knew someone could tell me how to do this. It opens up so many possibilities for me. I have a tape player but I also need to use my phone earpiece at the same time. Maybe I just need another ear. I saw a movie once about a man who grew an extra arm from between his shoulder blade so maybe.... YUCK!!
Have a great week and a wonderful Thanksgiving.