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Memory Master II CD Recorder, Black

Crosley Radio

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Memory Master II CD Recorder, Black

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Made of:
17.5"W x 10.25"H x 14.25"D
One-year limited manufacturer's warranty.

Why We Love This

The Memory Master II lets you record vinyl and cassette to CD without tangled wires, confusing hookups, or extensive computer expertise. A sleek, redesigned version of the popular original, this one charms with its handsome cabinet: It harkens back to the golden days while embracing 21st-century technology. It features three speeds (33-1/3, 45 and 78 rpm), is USB-enabled for connection to PC and Mac, and includes a software suite for ripping and editing audio content. This cool unit also allows you to simply spin records, play cassettes and CDs, or tune in to your favorite station on the analog AM/FM tuner.

About Crosley Radio

In 1920, dismayed by the expense of a radio receiver, Powell Crosley decided to make his own. After building one for a fraction of the price, he was quick to spot the market potential. Crosley Radio's line of superbly detailed replicas and accessories continues to thrive today. We love their cool medley of technological aptitude and vintage attitude.