The LP And Cassette To CD Recorder
October 15, 2011 by Sharon
Living in the futuristic world filled with walls and walls of microchips is really stressful. Everything is so small and tiny but capable of storing millions of songs. Now let’s take a deep breath and look back into the past where huge LP discs and cassettes used to dominate the audio industry.
LP discs and cassettes have been around for a very long time and has become an antiquity ever since compact discs (CD) has been introduced to the society. For those who are lucky enough to own one, you’ll be pleased to know that Hammacher Schlemmer has released its LP and Cassette to CD recorder earlier this year.
This gadget is truly unique as it allows you to transfer the songs on a classic vinyl record or in a cassette tape by recording the tracks onto a CD through three simple steps. In fact, you could even pause to select different tracks, swap or turn albums over to compile a unique playlist of songs from several records.
Besides recording, you could make use of the LP player to listen to records from as early as the 33s to the 78s. In addition to that, the LP player also has other features such as a built in AM/FM stereo tuner, CD and cassette player, providing a wide selection of music to enjoy through its 70mm full-range speaker. Being reasonably priced at $399.95, the 50 hours life span for each needle is the only downside of the LP player.