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Turn your tapes into MP3s and listen on your computer, iPod, in the car or plug in your headphones and listen in the palm of your hand! DigiTape DT-01 is a portable, handheld USB tape player that works with all kinds of tapes. It has an easy-to-use USB connection, no drivers are required, just load the software and you are ready to start transferring all of your old tapes to MP3 format. It runs on USB or battery power when connected to your computer for easy operation wherever you go. If you are looking for a cheap and easy way to turn your tapes into MP3 files, this is the perfect product for you.
Technaxx DigiTape DT-01 comes with a converter software. The software can be installed in just a few seconds. Simply plug the Cassette Player and press play and it will start recording instantly. This powerful, easy-to-use program guides you through transferring your music and can even integrate with your iTunes Music Library. Finally you can back up your graduation album, 80s mix tapes, or precious old music recordings of a friend.
In addition to transferring your tapes, DT-02 has an audio output that enables you to plug in headphones or connect to your stereo or other speaker systems for hours of enjoyment. Apart from converting your tapes into digital files, DT-01 itself is a standalone cassette player which you can enjoy hours of music with.
- Windows 7 / Vista / XP / 2000 / ME - IBM PC/AT compatible computer with 800 MHz processor or higher - Hard disc memory: 70 MB (for software), 4 GB (for audio editing) - RAM 256 MB / CD ROM drive / USB interface
- DigiTape DT-01 (Digital tape converter for audio cassettes) - USB cable - CD-ROM - User Manual
DigiTape DT-01 (Digital tape converter for audio cassettes)
I have just opened a new DT-01 today (14/10/14) to find the software is obsolete,and will not play.Published 11 months ago by Jan
This was exactly what I wanted although I am still trying to get the best out of it, for the price it is a useful piece of equipmentPublished on 2 Oct. 2013 by J. Simms
No reason why it should not work ; but still have not managed to trasnfer tapes to CD but not sure if I lost
the CD which came with it
Functional but a lot of time needed as tracks have to be split manually.
Anyone with no or little computer know how will be completely lost as the instructions might just as... Read more
The machine works well the only complaint is that the disc with the required soft -wear difficult to install ; had to try several times to install it on my lap top running windows... Read morePublished on 28 Dec. 2012 by terry_ b
This is such a good idea but I find it very difficult to work. I have recorded one tape but then the next time I tried I just couldn't get it to work. Read morePublished on 23 Dec. 2012 by florencemarian