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What To Do With Old Record Albums

If you are of a certain age there is a good chance that you have a fair amount of viny floating around your home.

I suspect that there are a quite a few visitors to the Shack who remember taking trips to the "Record Store" as well as remember the fun of playing a '33' at '78.'

You might also remember that there was a time when scratching a record was not a good thing.

If you are like me you still have a ton of old record albums floating around that you are unwilling to part with. Perhaps you have tried to replace those old albums with the CD version. If you have any sort of collection this can be a costly endeavor.

Well now it appears there is another alternative that you can consider using.
THE LP-TO-CD RECORDER STEREO SYSTEM.
This combination recorder and stereo system allows you to preserve classic vinyl records by recording them to CDs. It takes a few simple steps to faithfully transfer an LP to a CD-R or CD-RW, and at any time during recording you can pause to select only certain songs, turn the album over, change albums, or make compilations. The system accommodates and plays 33s, 45s, and 78s, and has a built-in AM/FM stereo with analog tuner and single CD playback tray. Includes automatic/manual track increment control, record level indicator, record level control, backlit LCD screen, and remote control. Plugs into AC; UL listed. Remote runs on two AA batteries. 9" H x 19" W x 15" D. (23 lbs.)
Please note that I have no vested interest in this product and cannot tell you if this is a good or bad product.

Comments

cruisin-mom said…
We have 4 boxes of old albums we just can't bear to throw out...it's ridiculous because they are so scratched up...but it would be like throwing out our entire youth.
Unknown said…
That thing sounds cool. Plus you'd get all the scratchy, vinyl-ey sounds with them!