For many years now my wife has recorded onto cassette tape, from her hifi unit using its programming facilities, the daily radio BBC R4 plays, talks, and the Archers, and then listens to them on her walkman while doing housework, gardening, and so on.
She's gone through many walkmans - the cassette deck mechanisms eventually wear out. As an old telecoms/electronics engineer, I've enjoyed myself keeping them going until they get beyond economic repair.
So, it occurs to me why not change to an MP3 player? Possibly longer term viability and better reliability? And use SD/MMC cards to record onto and playback from.
Problem I'd like help with...
Is there a kit or design, than I can buy and/or put together or build, that will take the audio line output from the hifi unit and record onto a SD/MMC card?
Or is there a better way?