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    I am intending to record some CD's to Cassette tape for my wife. I'm not sure if I can use the speaker jack to connect to my cassette recorder or if I need to use some other hardware. Any and all help is appreciated.

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    Checked around and found that DAK has a device that handles the interface. I've ordered it and I'll report when I've tested it.

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    I'd imagine that this is gonna be somewhat difficult as most people are using CD's or SSD music players, and not cassette tapes anymore.
    Let us know how it's proceeding.
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    Here's the link to the part I bought. I haven't tested it yet as I just received it yesterday. It is for connecting your headphone jack on the computer to a stereo system, but will work for what I want. I'll report more when I've tested it.

    http://www.dak.com/reviews/2045story.cfm

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