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Turn Your Tapes into Digital Format and Listen to Your Favorite Music Anywhere!Technology seems to move faster than we can transfer our music collections. Here's an easy way to catch up: A Walkman®-style cassette converter that digitizes your tunes into MP3 or WAV format through your computer. Just insert the tape into the converter, plug its USB cable into the computer, record the music using the provided software, then transfer it to your iPod or other personal media player. You can also burn CDs to enjoy in your car. The converter works as a portable cassette player, too, with headphone and belt clip. Or connect it to your home stereo. Instructions included. Requires two AA batteries (not included). 4 7/8 x 1 7/8 x 3 1/2. Walkman® is a registered trademark of Sony Corporation.
- Converts tapes to digital format
- Downloads to MP3 player, iPod, CD
- Software and mini USB cable included
- Doubles as a portable cassette player
Tape converter transfers your cassettes onto your computer to download for digital music wherever you go.
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cassette converter Does not work on Mac 27 inch, that has the latest OS 10.8.4 . It does make a good player, so I am keeping to carry around with me. It would be a good idea to have your program up to date with PCs and MACs July 24, 2013
Complicated I purchased this with the hopes of converting all of my cassettes but...... it is just too complicated for me. My rating has nothing to do with the quality of the product, it is just too many steps for me. I had hoped that it would be simpler to use. ;o( June 13, 2013
tape quality poor The connection to the computer seems to work, and the software is readily available if the disc doesn't (as one reviewer said). The basic problem is the cassette player itself -- wow and flutter during playback. I didn't expect much for the price, but I don't think its results will be listenable. March 6, 2013
Disappointed again in technology To Whom It May Concern: I ordered the above product with hopes and expectations that it would be a fairly simple device compared to another product I purchased several years ago. As it turns out the software disk which I installed was out of date and I was directed to their website to download a compatible version. I followed directions and spent several hours trying to find a fix to a problem with its functionality, an integral part of the programming. Finally, in exasperation, I opened up another program on my computer and tried recording through the usb cable included with the cassette player. This seems to work although I have not spent enough time with it to make sure. December 24, 2012
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