How To Transfer Cassette Tape to CD without Computer
Converting a cassette tape to a CD provides an easier way to listen to what was on the cassette tape. A cassette-to-CD record turntable with both a cassette player and a CD burner will let you convert the cassette tape to a CD without needing a computer or software programs. In this article, you will learn how to transfer a cassette tape to CD without a computer.
The most elegant solution for the cassette-to-CD transfer would be a device that incorporated both a cassette player and a CD burner. Such a device exists, in the Tascam CC-222MKIV. Simply pop in a cassette and a blank CD, and the unit handles the transfer.
However, if you have a cassette deck, using a standalone CD recorder with audio inputs such as the TEAC CD-RW890 provides similar transfer operation. The devices connect using a standard stereo RCA cable.
To transfer cassette to CD, all you need is to connect your cassette player to your computer’s sound card and then record the audio on the PCin WAV or MP3 format. After that you can transfer these audio files to a CD.