This cassette player also converts tapes to MP3On September 17, 2017 by Maybell
If you’ve been meaning to upgrade your 30-year-old cassette collection to something more modern, or make permanent backups of old mix tapes, take a look at this 2 in 1 Audio Cassette to MP3 Music Converter, available now in the Boing Boing Store.
This device makes an excellent walkman replacement. Aside from being a fully-functional portable tape player, it has a built-in analog to digital converter that streams audio to your computer over USB. Recording your tapes is straightforward with the bundled software — you’ll be able to save your worn-out music from degrading further just by playing it back. It also has an auto reverse feature, for getting a seamless rip of both sides.
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