As a child of the 80s, I’ve got quite the collection of cassette tapes. But as a resident of the 2000s, I have nowhere to play them unless I’m in my mother’s car. And really…she didn’t like listening to my music then, it’s not like she’s going to have changed her mind 20-some years later. This, however, could make it so I don’t have to buy all new tunes in new formats so I can relive the music of my youth.

The Tape 2 USB II Recorder is a fully functioning tape deck, but it also has a USB plug-and-play interface. This will allow you to convert your cassettes to digital format which can then be uploaded to your MP3 library. You can also then burn them to CD or upload them to a PC or Mac. It’s got built-in speakers, so you don’t have to wait to jam as you traipse down memory lane. You can even connect it to your existing home audio system to listen to them directly with better sound.

Included in the package is a full set of instructions, USB and RCA cables, and software for audio enhancement editing. Your computer will have to be Windows XP, 7, Vista or Mac OS9 or higher and have a USB port (is there a computer that doesn’t have a USB port?). The unit measures approximately 10″ x 6″ x 3″, and will run you right around $130.00 US.

Source: Gadget Find

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