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Is there a machine that can convert CDs to cassette tapes?


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2007-09-05 19:56:16
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Yes! Connect output of a CD player to the input of a Cassette Recorder, with RF cables. Most any cassette recorder will do the job, but if you have access to a mixer, even better.
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