7 Best Cassette to MP3 Converter in 2020


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We agree with you: analog storage mediums are still some of the best audio sources. However, they are also less reliable as time goes by. Not to mention that the time for boomboxes and cassette players is long gone and it’s probably not coming back (even though some of us still hope it will).

So, if you don’t want to lose your beloved audio recordings, you may want to convert them to digital format. Since the most common audio file format is the MP3 file, most converters offer this option.

In this case, you’ll need the best cassette to MP3 converter for your situation and budget. We did the research, and below you can read reviews for all kinds of devices, whether you want a professional converter with lots of features or just a simple tool that does the job right.

But first, let’s see the features that you should consider when looking for a converter. 





How To Choose The Best Cassette to MP3 Converter

Ease of Use

A cassette to MP3 converter should be easy to use by a regular person. As such, most devices we reviewed don’t even require a computer connection. And, those that do work via software, have a user-friendly interface that’s easy to understand and navigate.

These devices vary from straight-forward plug & play options to professional converters that require some computer knowledge. So, make sure to select the one you can understand.

Quality of Resulted Files

It is only natural to want the resulted digital files to be as high-quality as the analog source, but this is not possible. First of all, MP3 digital files are compressed in order to be easy to transfer and access regardless of the device used to play them. Secondly, the final result also depends on the quality of the converter and the age of the tape.

As such, low-cost converters will not produce the same quality as high-priced ones. Still, this doesn’t mean you can’t get a good result; you just need to select the right device.