Intempo Rebel Music Sampling System - 72% off - now £24.99 @ Play (+ possible Quidco) - HotUKDeals
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was £89.99
now £24.99

not too sure what it does but has gotta be a bargain if 72% off

Effortlessly liberate your favourite radio tracks to your pocket without paying a penny
Automatically saves up to 50 songs from any FM radio station
Hook up to and capture 100% music from DAB or Internet radio via line-in jack
Strips all DJ chat and adverts from the tracks
Use Rebel for direct playback or download onto your MP3 player or mobile phone!
Transfers music onto SD cards or memory sticks

Intempo's reputation for innovative music technology just took one giant leap forward with the launch of Rebel, a revolutionary FM radio. Tuned into a station, Rebel records up to 50 of the most played music tracks, automatically cutting out the DJ chat and the ads, letting you download your favourite songs onto your iPod, MP3 or mobile phone, free of charge
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a sampling device = a recording device.

hot product!!

cant find a better price so hot there too!
Looks like it has to be powered all the time to avoid wiping the memory as it continually records the last 30 something tracks from your chosen station without the adverts and DJ’s. You can down load to an MP3.
As it’s the last 30 you can not control the selection unless you can use it on Spotify.
"Hook up to and capture 100% music from DAB or Internet radio via line-in jack"

so yes to Spotify
Nice idea. But I have reservations about it. Essentially this is the updated answer to taping your favourite songs from the Top 40 on cassette and listening to the on your Sony Walkman at school. The plus point being that it presses the pause button at the right time. I still think sitting next to the radio with your finger hovering over the pause button on your hifi would be more accurate.

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