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Tape to PC USB Cassette-to-MP3 Converter Capture Adapter Audio Music Player
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- Rediscover your old cassette tapes on the go
- Convert your old mix tapes and cassette to MP3 to Playback on iPod/MP3 player or burn to CD
- Portable design fits in virtually any bag and enables you to play and transfer anywhere
- Plug and play USB device, no drivers required
- Audio output enables you to listen on your stereo, headphones, or other speaker system
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- Flexible battery or USB-powered operation
- Come with Tape Converter software to guide you through transfer
- Compatible with Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 includes audio editing software
- Color: Silver
- Size: 11 cm x 8 cm x 3 cm
- Power Source: USB / 2 x AA batteries
- One available USB2.0 port, Pentium4 CPU or above
- 512MB RAM or above, 1GB free HDD space
- CD-ROM for installation
- Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Seven
Note : Cassette is not included.
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Most recent customer reviews
poor quality, I was forced to adjust the head before I used it.Published 6 months ago by Claude Carbonneau
Didn't work worth a 'you-know-what'. Sounded like a good idea when in reality, there were just too many problems with compatibility and such. Don't waste your money on this one.Published 14 months ago by Paul
after much back and forth with the company, I finally figured out how it all works and I feel it works great.
A very poorly constructed toy that failed out of the box. Sad that Amazon sells such junk. I would give it zero stars if I could.Published 19 months ago by Phil
the matireal of the machine is not high quality, but with $20 to convert all my hundreds of tapes to MP3 it is well worth of any pennies.Published on Jan. 22 2013 by cliff
Ma commande a été livrée dans les délais annoncés. L'appareil est facile d'utilistion et donne de très bons résultats. Read morePublished on Jan. 3 2013 by M. Agossou