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Daily Deal: Audio Cassette to MP3 Music Converter

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Still holding on to that old cassette collection? Yeah, they're cool. Sure. But at some point you're going to need to digitize them or risk losing them entirely to time. This $21 Audio Cassette to MP3 Music Converter hooks up to your laptop and allows you to convert tapes to MP3 files for easy digital access. Once converted, you can then transfer to your phone or tablet for sharing any time. Don't let that collection go to waste!

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    ECA (profile), 24 Jul 2018 @ 11:41am

    A bit

    Of info is not included..
    Stereo record?(mono and mono left/right) dont always do the job)
    recording bit rate?(better recording)
    2 heads??(adds to stabilization)

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    Who cares, 25 Jul 2018 @ 1:06am

    I have heard and I have read that these "Audio Cassette to MP3 Music Converters" produce a poor quality recording. Anyone out there recommend a specific brand that works well enough for high quality dependable recordings?

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    Aaron Walkhouse (profile), 25 Jul 2018 @ 5:38am

    Any good tape deck hooked up to your sound card…

    …and the most important tip is you must select the version of
    Dolby noise reduction used to record that tape; otherwise it
    will sound way too hot or muffled and you'd want to cut or
    boost high frequencies manually by trial and error.

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      Anonymous Coward, 29 Jul 2018 @ 8:23am

      Re: Any good tape deck hooked up to your sound card…

      Ah yes, the old Dolby A/B/C switch. You sound like you must have been one of those home-taping pirates that killed the music industry.

      Like most old-technology electronic platforms, the vast majority of "good tape decks" these days would unfortunately be found buried in landfills.

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