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I know there are a lot of devices that take cassettes and digitize them into MP3s, but I'm looking to do the opposite. I'm looking for a device that I can plug my computer's (or phone or whatever) headphone jack into and record a cassette tape off of that line in. Most cassette recorders I've found can only record off of AM/FM or through a mono mic line. I'm looking for one that has a stereo aux line in and can record passably good quality music onto a cassette.

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  • "Most cassette recorders I've found can only record off of AM/FM or through a mono mic line" . Then you must be looking at voice recorders, or radios that happen to have a cassette player in it. – Lennart Regebro Jan 27 '14 at 16:10
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Use any decent quality tape deck. Stereo recording tape decks are quite common.

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