By Lori Spencer

Many CD recorders designed for home stereo or studio use contain two built-in decks: one for recording, the other for playback. If your CD recorder has only one tray, however, it is still possible to copy discs the old fashioned way: dubbing from one component to another. By chaining the CD player and CD recorder together, you experience no signal or audio quality loss as you would using an analog tape deck. Even if you only have a portableCD player to use as the playback deck, the transfer should work fine so long as your CD player has compatible output jacks.

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