Transfer Microcassette to CDWhile microcassette we're never as popular as their bigger brother, the audio cassette, they did show up in answering machines and portable audio recorders. However playback is not as easy as it used to be. But how can you recover your precious recordings? Transfer your microcassette to CD.
CDs provide several advantages. They take up less room, last longer, and make it easier to jump to a particular song when you are listening to them.
Microcassette Tapes Transferred to CD Right Here in St. PaulWe run all of our microcassette tape to CD conversions onsite, and can turn most jobs in about a week. If you're in a rush, give us a call. We won't kill you with rush charges, but we'll do our best to astound you with top quality service that meets your deadline, even if it was yesterday. Whether you need to transfer just one tape, or a thousand, we can provide you with transfers you'll be proud of.
Standard PricingFor microcassette transfers to CD, we charge per tape. A CD can hold up to 80 minutes of audio. If your tape is over 80 minutes, we'll put each side on its own disc. If you have multiple short tapes, we can combine them on to a single disc. Our standard pricing for microcassette to CD transfers is as follows
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Prices include a black thermal imprint and a standard jewel case. Additional packaging options are available for an additional charge. Prices do not include applicable sales tax.
This pricing guide covers most standard projects we see and gives you an idea of what you can expect to pay. However we understand that each project is unique and our standard pricing may not cover your particular situation. Give us a call and we'll work out a quote for you.