Neostar Tape-to-MP3 USB Recorder
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The Neostar tape-to-MP3 USB recorder converts your tapes to digital files for PC, iPod, or CD player
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Product detailsThe new Neostar tape-to-MP3 USB recorder allows you to convert your audio tapes into digital files (MP3) on your computer which can then be stored, transferred on to your iPod or burned to CD.
If you have lots of old tapes from the 70's, 80's & early 90's, but no longer own a tape casette player, the Tape Express from neostar is ideal.
This tape-to-MP3 recorder can either run on batteries, or USB power, enabling you to play and transfer music wherever you may be.
Simply plug the Tape Express into your computer (via USB cable), insert your audio tape into the cassette player, press play & record, and using the included Tape Converter software, begin converting old tapes to MP3 files.
You can even use the audio output to connect the Tape Express to your hi-fi or other speaker systems, or use as a traditional portable tape player to use with your headphones.
• Tape Express converts music on tape cassettes to MP3 format
• MP3s can be transferred to MP3 players (iPods) or burned to CD
• Tape Converter Software included - imports music to iTunes library
• Connection to computer via USB cable (included)
• Powered by 2x AA batteries (available separately) or USB
• Audio output allows you to play your tapes through external hi-fi or speakers
• PC - Windows XP, Vista or 7
• Mac - OS X or higher
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Neostar Tape-to-MP3 USB Recorder 3 out of 5 3 Reviews
tape to cd
23 Apr 2013
Easy to use system. converts tape to cd format fairly easily. You do need to be a bit of a sound wave freak to work the software though. Not the easiest software i have ever used.
29 Jan 2012
Complicated start - not given information that this was designed for Windows. Some help with free software , but still complicated, especially in working out Tape direction and starting point for record resuling in short or overlong entrances.
By Mr Rago, 29 Jan 2012
it does what it says & worth the money you pay for it