DIGITNOW Cassette Player-Cassette Tape To MP3
Has your partner or spouse got loads of cassette tapes cluttering up the attic or garage? Has he or she never thrown them away because they just can’t bear to part with them, even though their cassette player broke down years ago?
If this sounds like your house why not consider buying this Cassette to MP3 CD audio music converter from DIGITNOW.
Just think, all those old music cassettes full of the songs and tunes of the 70s, 80s, and 90s that no one thought they would get to hear any more. Well, the good news is that you and your partner can hear those classic tunes and store them on the PC or Mac for playing on the phone, iPod, MP3 player or burning to CD. Oh, and by the way, it will work as a proper cassette player as well so the music can be heard through the supplied earphones.
Detailed information about DIGITNOW Cassette Player-Cassette Tape To MP3
This piece of tech doesn’t even look out of place either. It looks just like an old Sony Walkman (you must remember those, surely?)
It's portable design means that it can fit easily into a rucksack or a pocket so tapes can be played almost anywhere. It runs on batteries or can be powered by a USB cable. It comes with suitable software to guide the user through the steps of converting the cassettes to MP3. The machine and software are compatible with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Mac that is older than version 10.5.
This is a handy piece of technology that will enable the user to transfer the contents from that pile of old cassette tapes onto the computer as an MP3 so they can be used in modern music storing and playing machines
The retro-chic version looks just like an old Sony Walkman complete with earbuds
The other versions are a bit more stylish and modern with bright colors
There is no indication in the specifications as to whether modern computer operating systems, such as Windows 10 are compatible
This is a really cool gift for the person who has a collection of music cassettes from back in the day and wants to do something with them. Just think, those cassettes won’t be collecting dust in the attic or the garage any more, they can be converted to MP3 and shared with the whole family.