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If lugging around your original cassette copies of Pavarotti and Edith Piaf for the Elegance Extravaganza Workout seems cumbersome, update your classic collection with modern technology, thanks to today's Dealfind: $39 for an Audio Recorder 2.0 Deluxe, Including Shipping from Honestech ($80 Value).
Discover easily portable tracks of all your favorite timeless artists without sacrificing listening quality when you get your mitts on this convenient item from Honestech. Whether you want to be able to listen to Grandpa's LP collection of swing music on your Android phone or you just want to enhance the quality of your top 40 downloads by reducing static and adjusting levels, this one-stop device makes modifying music an exciting past-time that delivers excellent audio results.
Providing complimentary shipping to get the equipment right to your door and spare you the trek across the freeway to the electronics outlet, this exclusive package is a must-have for all music fans who expect top-rate service and premium quality sound-waves blasting through their speakers. Get yours today and discover a sonic world that will leave you breathless.
Here's what the folks at Honestech want you to know plus a great review from one of their customers:
Honest Technology or Honestech Inc. is a premier supplier of digital video and audio communication and entertainment solutions. Founded in 1998, as a pioneer of real-time MPEG encoding/decoding software technologies, the company’s vision is to bring high-quality digital video and audio into users’ daily lives by transforming the way video and audio are captured, delivered and experienced.
Within five minutes out of the box, I was listening to Nichols & May's brilliant 1950s LP through the speakers of my PC (product not compatible with MACs, which is yet another loss for AppleHeads), more clearly than ever. You just connect the included cables between the back of your LP player/tape receiver to a little gizmo in the product's box, and then connect the gizmo to your PC with an included USB connector. You can then burn all your wonderful LPs to audio discs and/or as MP3 files to use with your MP3 player. I have an LP of Dylan Thomas reciting his poems, recorded between 1949 and 1953, and I converted them to an audio CD, and tomorrow will convert them to MP3 files so I can listen as I walk around Boston. This is a brilliantly designed product. If I could figure it out without a single call to Tech Help, so can you. I have already recommended it to many friends who, like me, have serious LP and audio tape collections. There is a "noise reduction" feature that makes your old records and tapes sound clearer with this device than on your stereo equipment. A GREAT investment to transform your past listening joys into your present & future listening joys.
- BD Rogers, Buzzillions.com Reviewer