Turntable & Cassette (old style) "music centre" that encodes to MP3 (USB) - £59.99 Netto Instore
Turntable & Cassette (old style) "music centre" that encodes to MP3 (USB) - £59.99 Netto Instore

Turntable & Cassette (old style) "music centre" that encodes to MP3 (USB) - £59.99 Netto Instore

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Saw this yesterday and was reminded by the Turntable only post on HDUK.

Difference is that this was a record player & cassette deck (think old fashioned Amstrad music centre) that will encode and transfer your records and cassettes to MP3 via USB.

Now I only had a couple of seconds to look at it so details may be wrong.

From what I could gather the "music centre" will encode any played record or tape directly to any USB memory stick, compatible MP3 player or PC.

It's no use to me but I do know there are plenty of people who would love to transfer their records and cassettes to digital format. Could be a top Christmas present for them.

Oh yes, it was available to buy there and then.


I just bought one of these from ]Maplin at the same price, available with free delivery too.

Transfer your vinyl and tape collection to CD or MP3
Now with integrated cover to keep your deck and vinyl dust free
Also includes tape input (stereo RCA) allowing a cassette player or other audio source to be connected and converted
‘Plug ‘n’ play’ USB and high-speed transfer option
Record MP3s up to 320kbps bitrate
33 and 45rpm buttons (78s are played at 33 and then converted by the software)
Includes all cables to connect to your computer and stereo
PC and Mac compatible
Includes Audacity software for high-speed recording
Belt drive turntable including a slipmat
Magnetic cartridge for superior sound quality
Requires Windows 98 SE, 2000, XP, Vista or OS9 or higher and a USB port 1.1 or higher
3.5mm jack input
Product weight: 5.5kg
Product dimensions 500(w) x 400(d) mm

Top deal. My mate just paid £99 for a device that transfers vinyl only.

Just spotted ]this deal posted earlier £39.99 at Netto? it is the same model as this one...

Shame my nearest branch is over 100 miles away!

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Sorry not the same thing...

This one looked like an old fashion music centre - turntable on top and cassette deck underneath. It could encode from either source .

Honestly, the best way I could describe it is like something from Amstrad in the Eighties - that's what made me do a double take - I couldn't believe any shop would sell such old tech. Then I noticed that it was, in fact, retro styling and mp3 encoding.

Sadly my 3yr old started kicking up so I didn't have time to take any notes on the manufacturer's name/system details.

I'll google something similar when I get a chance and post a link.
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