Ion Tape 2 Go Portable Tape-To-MP3 Player
Proudly presenting the Ion Tape 2 Go portable tape to MP3 player. Convert your tapes into MP3s and listen on your computer, iPod or in your car! The Ion Tape 2 Go is a portable handheld USB tape player that works well with all kinds of cassette tapes. This quality device has an extremely stable USB connection for sending the music on your tapes right onto your computer, where it's instantly turned into MP3 files.
Not only can you listen to the MP3s on your computer, but also load them onto your portable music player, or even record them onto a CD. The Ion Tape 2 Go is designed specifically with your on the go life in mind. It's portable design fits in virutally any bag and enables you to play and transfer music anywhere. Running on battery or USB power when connected to your computer for flexible operation.
Also included is Ion's exclusive EZ Converter software. This powerful, user friendly program guides you through transferring your music and will even integrate with your iTunes music library.
In addition to transferring your tapes, The Ion Tape 2 Go has an audio output that enables you to listen on your stereo, headphones, or other speaker system for hours of enjoyment. It can play Chrome or Normal cassette tapes
Don't leave your old tapes behind. Reconnect with the music you love anywhere you go today!.
- Enjoy listening to classic cassette tapes on the go
- Easily transfers cassette audio to a computer using the included USB cable
- Includes EZ Converter software to convert audio into modern MP3 files
- Portable design, battery operation and headphone output ideal for commuting
- Load MP3s into your digital music library or onto another mobile player
- TAPE 2 GO
- USB cable
- Software CD
- Quick start guide
Had previously tried to digitise tape using line in connections from a quality walkman - sound was always hissy and extra software to remove noise dulled the sound. I was given this as a birthday present and was very impressed - almost no hiss was transferred to the recorded sound-file. It's not a quick process (real time encoding) but the quality of the sound means I haven't had to do any other processing to the files. Would heartily recommend.