Cassette Tape to USB - Cassette to MP3 Converter to Keep Your Old Memories Safe
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Now You Can Have Your Old Memories Revived Safely!
Even though the cassette tape is essentially dead, there are still untold millions of tapes sitting in cardboard boxes and cabinets all over the world.
Many of these tapes contain content you just can’t get in digital format. Unique voice recordings, demo tapes, radio broadcasts and more are trapped on magnetic tape and disappear forever when those cassettes are finally thrown out. But there is a way to bring them into the digital era.
Our cassette Tape to MP3 converter allows you to recover the audio on your tapes by transferring them onto a Flash disc and converting them into a digital format. This is great if you still have your old cassette collection that you want to resurrect or if you simply want to archive your tapes so you can finally get rid of them.
Features & Benefits:
Convert Tape to MP3: Rediscover old songs with this USB Cassette Converter. Convert old mix tapes and cassette to MP3 or burn to CD. Works perfectly with your personal computer or laptop.
Tape Player: It is a portable, handheld USB tape player too. AA battery/USB-powered operation. Audio output enables you to listen on your headphones, or other speaker system.
Easy to use: Plug and Play USB device, no drivers required. Comes with easy-to-use software and manual guide you through transferring your Music. Compatible with Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/10 & Mac.
Portable Design: Portable design fits in virtually any bag and enables you to play and transfer anywhere. It also can works as walkman with batteries.
Software: Comes with audio editing software "Audacity". It is very easy to convert your cassette collection and edit the audio.
How It Works:
Our Wikoo Tape runs on USB power when connected to not just your computer but also your power bank or your cell phone charger for flexible operation.
With this Wikoo Tape, you can easily convert your old tape to MP3, without a computer. You just need to plug a USB flash disc on and then press the "record" button.