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Toshiba 4600 line in?

Postby nospam » Fri, 21 May 2004 23:04:33 GMT

I need to get at the stereo line in on the Toshiba 4600.

Although the machine only has a mono mic input, the docking station
adds stereo line in and out, so I'm guessing that it exists on the
expansion connector.

Does anyone know where it can be picked up internally, or has anyone
got the pin-out for the expansion connector that would give me the
information?



Jim

Re: Toshiba 4600 line in?

Postby Barry Watzman » Sat, 22 May 2004 01:10:05 GMT

Your best bet is an external USB sound card.






Re: Toshiba 4600 line in?

Postby Jim Andrews » Sat, 22 May 2004 03:08:27 GMT

On Thu, 20 May 2004 16:10:05 GMT, Barry Watzman





Any recommendations on something cheap & cheerful?

I only need it for telecoms grade audio (~3.5KHz) so just about
anything will do.



Jim


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