What to do with your old vinyl records and cassettes? I know they are tucked away in closets, basements and garages, but there’s still reason to bring them out and enjoy them, what with the resurgence of vinyl records, even digitize them.
Doing your own analog to digital conversion, especially older hard-to-find ones can be rewarding. It’s not rocket science and there are a few simple ways to do so. Once converted they can be synched to iTunes in your private collection or Windows Media Player. Here are some examples of analog to digital converters I have run into and how they work.
-The Ion Duo Deck available at London Drugs in this week’s flyer for $49.99 is small, light and can play 33 RPM and 45 RPM records. It runs on four AA batteries and comes with…
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