Shopping >Radio Shack
I had questions...they had answers. My big problem is that I have a lot of old LP's and cassettes lying around. From the Parlament Funkadelics to Hot Buttered Soul it's all there...somewhere. So now that I have been dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century it is time to convert all that music into cd's. I saw one of those record / cass players going for around $400 and it made me wonder exactly how badly I really needed to listen to Bootsy Collins. Figured I'd give Radio Shack (now known as The Shack) a try. The staff was very knowledgable and in no time at all I was walking out of the store with an Xitel converter. At a fraction of the $400 I had a little box that has an input from any device I need to use and an output to my computer via USB Anything going into the Xitel comes out in a wave format. From there it is easy to burn a CD. Glad I went to TheShack. The Xitel is very easy to use. It was certainly right for me..
When it comes to selection, the Kmart of electronics carries practically every tech goody under the sun..
While the name dates back to the invention of the radio at the turn of the 20th century, today the electronic store offers a myriad of modern technological finds. With equipment ranging from the latest crop of cell phones, digital cameras, batteries, and various accessories for the home, car and office, the store can outfit even the most electronically-challenged shopper. The sales associates are dedicated, knowledgeable and quick to assist and answer any questions. And yes, you can still buy a radio there, too.
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