|CD Duplication Each||$10.00|
|8 Track Tapes||$15.99|
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8 Track Tapes to CD Service
As a premier media digitization service provider, we provide the utmost personalized support for our clients with fully managed, indexed, and edited digital productions. We are experts in transferring analog audio and video to digital formats.
HB Media Solutions has been dedicated to preserving 8-track tapes to digital media/CDs for many years. Over the years, we have successfully converted numerous 8-track cartridges for our customers. With state-of-the-art software and years of experience, we excel at improving the sound of your original 8-track cartridges.
We offer affordable rates and also provide huge discounts for large collections and bulk orders. Our turnaround time is 1-2 weeks depending on the number of tapes, shipment time, and workload. We ship back your order within a few days after our work is done.
Don’t loose your favorite songs: HB MEDIA Solutions offers professional, high-quality conversion of records (LPs), cassette and 8 track tapes. All of our audio conversions are done on premises. We don’t just convert your albums and songs, we offer quality sound correction and adjustments to ensure the highest quality conversions possible.
Why Convert 8 TRACK TAPES to CD?
8 Track Tapes are Bulky: With 8 Track tapes, a few hours of music takes up as much space as a book. Converting 8 Trakcs to CD means storing the same audio content on a small stack of disks – probably taking up less space than just a few of 8 Track tapes.
8 Track Tapes Deteriorate and Break: By converting them to CD, you will be preserving and archiving your recordings as 8 Track tapes deteriorate over time while CD’s have shelf life of decades. Other reasons include the wear and tear factor; CDs do not wear with repeated playback, so you can play your recordings as much as you want without worrying about any degradation or loss of quality.
8 Track Tapes are Obsolete: VHS tapes and players are rapidly going the way of the dinosaur. If you keep waiting to do something with your old 8 Track tapes, one day you will find yourself with no way to play or reproduce them. Then you may end up spending big money to pay a professional to salvage your precious music.