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    Thumbs up Looking for a Home Theater Receiver with a Tape Out

    Basically I have my turntables setup under my wall-mounted TV so that I can use the same receiver and speakers for both. I need the Tape Out so I can record my wax. I can't seem to find a receiver that has both the HDMI inputs and the Tape output. Maybe someone has another way of doing it?

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    Maybe if you have multi zone outputs as a line out, you can record from that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LetTigerIn View Post
    Maybe if you have multi zone outputs as a line out, you can record from that?
    I just haven't been able to find a modern receiver with a line out period, unless of course I buy a stereo receiver. Then I lose capability of hooking up with my TV, bluray and other stuff (ok it's a Wii U...).

    If it helps, this is what I'm using to transfer the sound to my laptop.

    http://us.creative.com/p/sound-blast...sic-premium-hd



    Hmm, since it has line out could I just put this between the mixer and the receiver?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luc SkyBomba View Post
    I just haven't been able to find a modern receiver with a line out period, unless of course I buy a stereo receiver. Then I lose capability of hooking up with my TV, bluray and other stuff (ok it's a Wii U...).

    If it helps, this is what I'm using to transfer the sound to my laptop.

    http://us.creative.com/p/sound-blast...sic-premium-hd



    Hmm, since it has line out could I just put this between the mixer and the receiver?
    Why not just pick up a used older receiver only for the purpose of recording? You can get something quite nice for $50 and then you don't have to worry about the modern receiver having an out and just get whatever you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by santiclaws View Post
    Why not just pick up a used older receiver only for the purpose of recording? You can get something quite nice for $50 and then you don't have to worry about the modern receiver having an out and just get whatever you want.

    Cause the tables sit right under my TV. My modern receiver just took a dump. I was just hoping I could find something that could do both jobs.

    I think Im just gonna do the recordings at my dad's place. He has a better table anyway (my old one!)

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