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April 30, 2008

Radio to MP3 Recorder

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I thought by now I'd seen every possible mashup but I guess I was wrong, witness this device.

Long story short: You record AM, FM or short wave radio broadcasts off the air in real time onto the built-in, removable MP3 player, then listen to them at your convenience.

Pretty cool, actually.

From the website:

    Radio to MP3 Recorder

    This radio has a removable MP3 player that allows you to record AM, FM, and shortwave radio broadcasts for future playback as digital files.

    The MP3 player can be programmed to record a radio station at a specific time, has 256 MB of internal memory (enough for 10 hours of recording), and comes with software that allows you to download music from a computer to the MP3 player itself.

    The MP3 player can be removed from the radio for remote use and also can be used as a voice recorder that stores up to 15 hours of conversations, memos or lecture notes.

    The radio has single-sideband modulation for receiving two-way marine, aviation and ham radio broadcasts, and the device can access international radio stations through digital AM/FM and digital shortwave.

    Features 400 presets, a digital clock with three alarms and a built-in digital NOAA weather band that can access all seven National Weather Service stations anywhere in the U.S.

    Includes an audio line-in port for playing music from an iPod® or CD player, three AA rechargeable batteries, AC adapter, and an audio line-in cable.

    6-1/2" L x 4"W x 11/4"D.

$179.95.

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Comments

I would like to carry this radio with me to
set it up to tape a program on the radio. Is this possible with this radtion to mp3 recorder?
Thanks!

Posted by: Barbara | Dec 2, 2008 4:15:52 PM

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