The ESI Phonorama is a solution for transfering your old tapes and records to mp3 or wav files.
The USB interface features an adjustable phono preamp and comes bundled with the BIAS SoundSaver audio restoration solution for Mac and PC.
The Phonorama USB audio interface features a phono preamp that can be matched to MM (moving magnet) and MC (moving coil) systems with its RCA inputs. It also features a ground connection screw. For transfers of signals from tape and other sources, the phono preamp can be turned off for line signals. There is also a stereo line and headphone output.
Bundled with Phonorama is SoundSaver, an analog media archiving solution from BIAS. It allows capturing of records and tapes, either manually or with the automatic record timer. You can then remove unwanted noise, tape/needle hiss as well as click and crackles, before exporting separate tracks as mp3, to your iTunes library or as WAV files for CD recording.
RRP: £76.95 / €89.00
Visit www.esi-audio.com for more details.
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