To transfer cassette to CD, all you need is to connect your cassette player to your computer’s sound card and then record the audio on the PC in WAV or MP3 format. After that you can transfer these audio files to a CD.
How much does it cost to convert cassette to CD?
Costs: $18 per tape up to 80 minutes in recorded material length. The charge for tapes with recordings exceeding 80 minutes will be adjusted accordingly. Additional copies of each finished audio CD: $3.00 each.
How do I transfer a cassette to a CD without a computer?
Without a Computer Simply pop in a cassette and a blank CD, and the unit handles the transfer. If you have a cassette deck, using a standalone CD recorder with audio inputs such as the TEAC CD-RW890 provides similar transfer operation. The devices connect using a standard stereo RCA cable.
Do they still sell cassette players?
Yes! Many manufacturers are still producing cassette tape players today, both portable and stationary. You can choose from different brands and models if you buy online. You can also buy used tape decks and portable cassette tape players from websites like eBay or even from your local used goods store.
What is the best way to digitize old cassette tapes?
The easiest way to digitize your cassettes is by purchasing a device such as the ION Audio Tape Express+ Portable Tape-to-MP3 Converter. Not much larger than a cassette itself, the unit is USB bus powered.
Are cassette tapes worth money?
The value of cassette tapes varies based on the popularity of the band, the age, and whether or not the music was professionally recorded. Cassette tapes from popular bands are, predictably, more marketable than others. If you’ve got some Bowie or Def Leppard, you may be in luck!