Steepletone Boston Music Player / Recorder
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The new Steepletone Boston' music player / recorder will transfer vinyl, tape, CD direct to CD no PC needed!
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Special Offer - Upgrade to the Boston MK II
Steepletone Boston MK II - Black £269.99
Steepletone Boston MK II - Silver £269.99
Diamond Tipped 78 Stylus £19.99
Pack of 10 recordable blank CDs £6.99
Antique Oak Veneer Music Stand £14.99
Additional Magnetic Stylus £15.99
Product detailsWith just one machine this Steepletone music system can play vinyl, CDs, tapes or FM/MW radio and record audio direct to CD all at the touch of a button and without a computer!
Finished with either contemporary gloss black or super silver facia, the impressive CD Burning music system from Steepletone features a 33 / 45 / 78 rpm turntable (with cueing control) under hinged lid, full-function CD and tape-cassette player with Ffwd, an FM - Stereo/MW radio plus an ingenious built-in CD recorder.
Simply select and play your chosen record/tape/CD, press record button on the CD recorder (burner) and transfer your music onto a new CD.
The Steepletone Hi-Fi is so simple to use. As well as saving old vinyl and cassettes to digital you can also make copies of your existing CDs all without a computer and with just one touch of a button!
You can even connect any external audio device (e.g. 8-track recorder, reel-to-reel player, MP3 etc) to this Steepletone music system's 3.5mm line-in Aux input to record this to CD too!
Includes: Large Digit Blue backlit LCD display, X-Bass function for enhanced bass sound, detachable stereo speakers (15W p.m.p.o.), remote control, headphone socket, 3.5mm line-in jack for playing music from MP3 player / iPod, audio-out (RCA) jacks, track separation function for CD album recording, measures 32cm W x 28cm D x 22cm H (lid closed), 45rpm spindle adaptor supplied.
Also Available: Antique Oak Veneer Music Stand
Perfect complement for your Steepletone Boston music system, with really useful built-in vinyl and CD storage racks to keep your music collection off the floor - away from dust and potential damage.
Stand 535W x 360D x 620H mm, weighs 7.9kg.
Upgrade to the Steepletone Boston MK II
Boston MK II - Additional Features:
USB memory stick port and an SD memory card slot for inserting digital memory sticks/cards.
Transfer (encode) your vinyl, tape, CD and tape cassette direct to the memory stick or SD card.
Once on stick/card you can then take away with you and copy to your PC for safe permanent storage or copying to your MP3 player (iPod etc).
Play digital music files via the Boston MK II from an inserted SD card or USB stick.
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Steepletone Boston Music Player / Recorder 4 out of 5 2 Reviews
Track Separation Numbers
By Mr De Wal, 09 Jul 2012
Overall a good reliable product. The only thing is: A Track number gets muddled up when turning the LP. E.g. a track number, say 07, appears to be a phantom track after pausing the steepletone music player in order to turn the record for the next track(s). But then the next track starts with the track number 08 which should have been track number 07. I've tried to do the following: pause and then use the track separation function and the other way round i.e. I pressed the track separation button first and then the pause button but the problem remains the same. Whatever I do I always end up with an extra empty track. I would have given the item 5 stars if it hadn't been for this problem.
By Miss Pearson, 23 Nov 2011
Once I found my way around the various buttons and the correct order of doing things, it has been really easy to copy both LPs and cassette tapes direct onto CDs. If you neither need nor want to bother with using a PC to edit out the odd crackle or convert to MP3 file etc, then the Steepletone system has to be the simplest way. Until a few days ago I had a stack of records and tapes sitting in the cupboard with no means to listen to them. Now I not only have a new music centre on which to play them; but I am building up copies on CD which I can listen to in the car. If I had one gripe it would be that the speakers for the system are fairly basic but I guess if you want high quality sound then you are likely to be looking for a much bigger and more complex music system than this one.