tThanks All for all the responses. I did see the $20 tape player on
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Amazon. I was not sure about the recording quality. My friend is just
learning to use a computer. In so far as cost, he says that that is no
issue. I will see him on Saturday. I will give him some suggestions
based on a few I saw here.
On 12/11/17, Josh Kennedy <joshknnd1982@...> wrote:
I forget the name of it. But I got a USB tape player off of amazon for $20.
I used it with audacity audio editor which is free and accessible to
digitize all of my old tapes. Audacity can even take the old 4-track tapes
and with some editing on your part you can turn each track of the 4 track
cassette into its own mp3 file. I had to do this with the 2xl robot tapes
that came with the 2xl robot toy.
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From: Allen West
Sent: Monday, December 11, 2017 22:03
Subject: [TechTalk] Cassette Recorders
I have a friend that has been collecting old time radio shows since
1974. He wants to digitize all of his tapes. We went online to look at
cassette players that would allow tapes to be converted to MP3. Has
anyone used any of these players? If so, can you recommend one that is
accessible? I don't want to have him order one only to find that it is