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09-08-2002, 07:36 PM
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I have a bunch of vinyl LPs to convert to CD. Is there a reasonably priced decent quality stand alone CD burner that anyone can recommend? I have a turntable that should work just fine. I could use my computer for this conversion but would rather not tie it up.
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hey Bob,

I asked my dad about his standalone cd burner-

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Originally Posted by my dad
Here's the story on my audio CD burner. It costs about $200 or so and
attached to your stereo system. You make one for one copies of anything
coming thru your hi fi. Mine is the Phillips single deck model. Don't have
the model number but it's easy to find. Then you buy audio CD's. Must be
audio, not digital CD's. They are cheap in batches of 100.

You install a CD in the machine, format it, then start your music and when
you want to record, you simply hit "record". When you want to change
records or whatever, you can hit "pause" then after you've finished
recording, you hit "finalize" and it finishes the recording and you can then
play it on any CD player.
I'm not sure what he meant by audio cds instead of digital though my guess is that it turns the audio into .wav format like a regular music cd

-ren
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09-08-2002, 10:13 PM
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Thanks for the response. There is a difference between audio and digital CDs, but I forget now what it is.
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09-08-2002, 11:13 PM
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here's some more info about the Philips CDR770: http://www.epinions.com/elec-Audio-C...splay_~reviews
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