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    recording audio ?
    Eep. I've got an IBook 600mhz g3 .. and some audio on minidisc I need to edit. It appears there is no line-in on the ibook.. so how do I get my audio onto my computer for editing ? is the some sort of (cheap) linein to usb adapter or something ?

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    There is one from Edirol called the UA-1a USB Analog Audio Capture which is like $80US and there is one from Griffin Technologies called the iMic which is around $35US. I have a Griffin Tech product, and the quality is excellent. Guess I would go for the iMic. Either way you can get adapters to convert between 1/4" and RCA, so the choice is yours.

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