There wasn't any forum here for this type of tech question, so I figured I'd put it here.
I got a couple of informational cassette tapes from a friend and they are really good, and I'd like to record them onto my computer so I can burn them into a CD that I can listen to in the car. I don't think I've owned a car with a cassette player in it in about 4-5 years. I have this stereo boombox with a cassette player on it, and I ran a male/male audio cord from the headphones jack on the stereo into the microphone jack on the computer. It sounds perfect coming through the speakers on my computer and it sounds good while I record it as a .wav file. Only problem is when I play it back, it has this fuzzy sound on it and I can barely hear the guy talking. I can make out what he's saying but the fuzzy noise makes it undesireable to listen to.
Any help? :-|