Cassette connections

Hello

I'm trying to convert audio tape old casstte in digital files.  I need to connect an old Kenwood double audio cassettes with only taken RCA player on a HP Pavilion p6631p office running Windows 7 64-bit OS.  The system has only the original audio with realtek audio and a single int mic.  There is a digital audio jack on the back of the HP System.

Can I connect the casstte bridge to digital audio jack as an audio?  If so, any suggestions for RCD to digital audio conversion?

If not, is the only way to get audio in the entrance of the microphone?

Thanks in advance for your suggestions.

Randy

Here are the specifications of your desktop HP Pavilion p6631p. According to the specifications, the computer has the rear i/o ports;

1 - an electrical S/PDIF output 2 - VGA port 3-four USB 2.0 ports 4 - one RJ45 10 / 100 Mbps LAN
5 bass-out (yellow - orange) Center/subwoofer 6 - rear (black) speaker output, 7 - Line-in (blue)
8 line out (lime) 9 - Mic-in (rose) 10 - 11 - a DVI - D port (gray) speaker output side

Use a stereo RCA / stereo 1/8 "cable mini-jack male to connect the turntable to cassettes to rear Line-In Jack on your computer. Here are the basic instructions and a free audio software tool. You can use any audio program whether paid or free, you like to record and convert the audio tape to a digital file.

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