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Can I run a cable from my line out port on my iMac 17" to my line in port? That way I can use sound recorder to record DVD audio. Or will this somehow give me catastrophic consequences? Matt Revenaugh...

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    Can I run a cable from my line out port on my iMac 17" to my line in port?
    That way I can use sound recorder to record DVD audio. Or will this somehow
    give me catastrophic consequences?

    Matt Revenaugh

    Matt Guest

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    Matt Revenaugh: 

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    Perhaps -- if you want to do it the 19th Century way.

    The 21st Century way is described at
    <http://www.rogueamoeba.com/audiohijackpro/>.

    Davoud

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    On 8/27/03 8:18 PM, in article 270820032318171725%net, "Davoud"
    <net> wrote:
     
    >
    > *****
    >
    > Perhaps -- if you want to do it the 19th Century way.
    >
    > The 21st Century way is described at
    > <http://www.rogueamoeba.com/audiohijackpro/>.
    >
    > Davoud[/ref]

    Is there another way? I've asked before, only to have no replies.

    Matt Revenaugh

    Matt Guest

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    In article <BB735842.1FD88%com>,
    Matt Revenaugh <com> wrote:
     
    > >
    > > Perhaps -- if you want to do it the 19th Century way.
    > >
    > > The 21st Century way is described at
    > > <http://www.rogueamoeba.com/audiohijackpro/>.[/ref]
    >
    > Is there another way? I've asked before, only to have no replies.[/ref]

    Uh, he *did* say there's another way. Just click on that link he
    provided and read all about Audio Hijack Pro. There's also a cheaper
    version called Audio Hijack, which you can find by following a link near
    the bottom of that page.

    Or did you mean "another way besides Audio Hijack Pro"? Was there
    something about it that you don't like?
    Wayne Guest

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    In article <270820032318171725%net>, Davoud <net>
    wrote:
     

    Somewhat of an exageration ...
    Hobo Guest

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    Davoud: [/ref]

    Hobo: 

    *****

    Not at all. Moving electricity by og means, with its inherent loss
    in quality, has been around since the 19th Century.

    Moving electricity in lossless digital form is a 20th-Century invention
    that is still the means of choice in the early 21st Century. I'm sorry,
    but I don't know how this will be done in the 22nd Century. My guess
    would be digital still, but very fast.

    Davoud

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    usenet *at* davidillig dawt com
    Davoud Guest

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