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Herrington studio converts cassettes, vinyl to CDs

updated 03:10 pm EST, Fri December 29, 2006

Home Recording Studio

Herrington on Friday highlighted its Home Recording Studio music player and recorder. Vintage styling is meant to evoke images of classic stereos and reflects the player's nature as conversion tool: cassettes as well as 33, 45, and 78 RPM vinyl records can have their music converted into digital format on either CD-R or rewritable CD-RW discs. All formats, including AM or FM radio through an integrated tuner, can be played directly and controlled from a wireless remote. The company is shipping the Studio now at a price of $400.

Hammacher Schlemmer is also carrying the LP to CD Recorder today, offering similarly diverse features with more modern styling. It too ships immediately for $400. [Via Chip Chick and OhGizmo]



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