FlyKan® AV202-B USB Audio Capture Card
-Capture Audio from FM Radio Boombox, Cassette Tape to MP3 CD Converter
- Lets you use your existing Radio,cassette deck, CD player and more, to capture high quality audio to your PC or Mac computer!
This is the most simple and affordable way to get your analog music into the digital realm.The AV202-B is an extremely powerful device, yet easy enough for anyone to use. Simply connect the analog RCA or 3.5mm connection to the output jack of your audio device, connect the USB end to your computers USB port, then open the included audio capture software and hit "RECORD". That's all there is to it! You can now use your newly captured audio to burn to a CD, load to your iTunes library, or send to your MP3 player. But that's not all you can do with this amazing device....
Note: For Turntable Users, we do not suggest you choose for AV202-B!
With the USB audio capture device and the included editing software you can edit your audio exactly the way you want it. What does this mean? Well, has there ever been a part of the music track that didn't sound right, maybe the original recording was too loud, maybe there's a section of audio you wish to shorten or remove, or maybe there is not enough bass on the original tape recording? If so, you will be happy to know that with the included software you can remaster your old recordings by adjusting the audio settings and make your tapes and records sound new again!
The possibilities are really endless with this amazing device. Connect virtually any piece of audio gear to your PC or Mac computer, remaster your old analog tapes, edit songs and create new music, enhance the audio quality of old songs, or remove static, hiss, hum, or other constant background noises. With the AV202-B you can do all this and much more, and without the need of spending a fortune on studio time to do so.
■ Super Easy Setup,just Plug and play,no drivers.
■ Digital Audio Recording. This USB audio unit supports audio recording from two types of audio inputs, one in 3.5mm stereo mini and the other in RCA phono L/R.
■ Cross-Platform Audio Recorder Editor Software.
■ Digital Cleaning Process And Effects.
■ Recording From Microphone/Line In/Auxiliary Input.
Supported Operating Systems
■ You can also obtain Audacity as a CD image file or purchasable CD. Note that these are often not the latest version of Audacity.
■ To build Audacity yourself, download the source code.
■ You may copy, distribute, modify and/or resell Audacity, under the terms of the GNU GPL.
Do not connect a turntable directly to your computer. The signal from a turntable must be passed through a phono pre-amplifier or a receiver with a “phono” input that provides phono amplification. Otherwise, it will be too quiet and will also sound "tinny" due to incorrect equalization.
Do not plug stereo equipment into your computer’s “Microphone” port. This port is usually designed only for low level, mono microphone input. It will produce distortion if you connect phono amplified output. Use the “Line In” port if you have one (on some laptops or other portable computers, the "Mic" port can be switched to a line-level input). See further help.