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Cables for PC Recording

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by HJ25, Nov 15, 2004.

  1. HJ25

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    Hey there!

    I have a Sony STR-5800/SD from the 70's, along with a PS-11 turntable. (Well, they're not mine - they're my father's (I'm 14.)) My father recently brought his records out, and I looked for a way to record this music to PC. I know how to do it, and I have an Acoustics Research RCA cable already. I was looking at this online - should I use an RCA-to-stereo Cable, or just an adapter? It may sound weird, but I figure a cable is a better option, because it won't damage the RCA connectors on either side. Also, would I be better off trying to find an RCA-Stereo cable manufactured by Acoustics Research (Thomson), or would there be little difference with a generic cable from Radio Shack?

    Thanks.
     

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