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ear phone out -> mic in

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by werwer, May 13, 2006.

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  1. werwer

    werwer Guest

    I have a digital voice recorder, an Olympus DS-2, with which I make
    regular business
    recordings. I transfer these to cassette tape. I use the ear out to
    'tape in' on a
    Teac 202 Mk3. ( I enter the equipment models in case it is significant
    to you).

    I also have a portable Panasonic RQ-A220 cassette stereo recorder. I
    would
    like to transfer the DS-2 recordings at work using the RQ.
    The RQ only has a stereo 'mic' input.

    Can I drive the mic input with the DS-2 earphone signal. I REALLY
    don't
    want to break this cassette recorder! I love this thing :)

    Perhaps a impedance matching network? If so, what values? I remember
    something like a pi network of resistors that you could build.

    Thanks.
     
  2. mc

    mc Guest

    Radio Shack sells an attenuating cable for the purpose, I think, to take
    line level audio down to microphone level. Line level is essentially the
    same as earphone level.
     
  3. werwer

    werwer Guest

  4. werwer

    werwer Guest

  5. Firefox


    martin
     
  6. Pooh Bear

    Pooh Bear Guest

    Opera.

    Graham
     
  7. mc

    mc Guest

  8. Pooh Bear

    Pooh Bear Guest

    I guess that's because it's not a pop-up !

    Graham
     
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