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Sony EZAudio Transfer and Restoration Kit
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- Transfers old cassette tapes to new CDs
- Lets you edit sound and remove scratches
- Includes software, cables, and 3 CD-R discs
- Simple software design, easy to learn and use
- 1-year warranty
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Still hanging on to beloved cassette tapes from your youth? The songs remain the same, but when compared to modern disks, the sound quality often leaves much to be desired. The Sony EZAudio transfer kit allows you to quickly and easily remove those annoying background clicks, hisses, and crackles with easy-to-use editing software that guides you through the process in a series of "wizards"--checkboxes that don't require anything more difficult than "yes" or "no". This kit also requires a CD burner, which is not part of the package; but connector cables, including a headphone mini-plug, are provided. Sony includes three 80-minute CD-R disks, along with a one-year warranty against defect. (Note that this product does not support external CD-RW drives that are connected via a USB port.)
From the Manufacturer
Remember the music you heard in high school? Or the cassette of your daughters violin recital? Or that rare live album? Or the time you interviewed Grandma for the family history? You still have these moments, sitting on the shelf in LPs and cassettes. Now you can save it all on compact disc! With Sonys EZ Audio Transfer & Restoration Kit, it's a snap to preserve music on CD recordable discs.
Top Customer Reviews
Seems like someone should create an in depth on line manual because it will do all sorts of things I never learned how to do... or learned late in the process. BUT...
It had all the connectors I needed in the box... and that is a really big plus
I was able to tranfer 281 record albums to CD. I was able to take a few scratches out(someone smarter could do better), took out some blank spaces... and have only found two that I really screwed up... so I bought those CD's from Amazon when I bumped into them.
What you need is a 16 year old kid who can figure out all the restoration features and then you've got a killer product.
It was cheap and it worked and I'm glad I bought it.