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Plus Deck recorder converts cassettes to digital

updated 04:20 pm EST, Fri December 15, 2006

Plus Deck Tape Converter

Firebox today opened up sales of the Plus Deck Cassette Converter. It mounts in the 5.25-inch bays of most Windows PCs and gives two-way control over the defunct tape format. Owners can capture the audio from cassettes in digital form as well as edit and even record new ones using digital sources. An auto-reverse mechanism keeps tapes playing or recording without having to flip sides. Direct controls for navigation are on the deck itself in addition to headphone and microphone jacks, allowing owners to listen to and author tapes without the software acting as a proxy. The Plus Deck retails for $196 with taxes. [Via Gearlog]



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