Creative Sound Blaster Easy Record Helps Digitize Your Music Collection

Creative-Sound-Blaster-Easy-RecordCreative Technology Ltd. introduced the Creative Sound Blaster® Easy Record which helps users quick and easy to convert their favourite music from cassettes, LP records, CDs or MDs to digital form via a convenient plug and play USB connection.

The Creative Sound Blaster Easy Record works with desktops, notebooks and even netbooks and comes bundled with Smart Recorder software which guides users step by step in recording music and has the option to import recorded tracks directly to their iTunes® libraries.  You only need to connect it via a USB port with no drivers required for basic recording. It has Stereo RCA inputs, there is also a 3.5mm Line-In connector for MP3 players or mobile phones, and a Headphone-Out for monitoring the audio during recording.

Creative Sound Blaster Easy Record

The device also is  able to “upgrade your low quality onboard PC audio to the famed Sound Blaster standard for music listening pleasure and improved movie and gaming sound”. The Creative Sound Blaster Easy Record will be available  from mid October 2009 at the suggested retail price of S$49.

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