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"Finally, a useful company: I recently had dealings with a company that worked out so well I felt compelled to tell my friends about it. No, I am not a shill - they just did what they said, when they said, and I am very pleased with the final product. Like many, I have a closet full of old LPs, many of which have been replaced by cds. I like a lot of older jazz albums from the 50s and 60s, most of which seemed not to have made it into the digital age. We no longer have room to keep my turntable operating - and I'm not even sure it works any longer, so alas I felt as if I would never hear these albums again. I looked on iTunes, and was one of those people sneaking around on file sharing software trying to find these albums. I even got on sites of people who collect these types of albums and THEY didn't have them either. A friend sent me a link to a sound engineering company that takes LPs and records and digitizes them. They run them through computers, filters, etc... to clean them up. I received my new cds today and am very pleased. According to their site, they also convert all sorts of other types of media as well. It isn't cheap, about $30 each, but for the three albums I thought I would never hear again, it was money well spent. Their site is kind of awkward, but their customer service and follow up have been exemplary. I just listened to one of the albums and while you could hear the occasional popping, it is very good. The site is http://www.lp2cd.com/"

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"Finally, a useful company: I recently had dealings with a company that worked out so well I felt compelled to tell my friends about it. No, I am not a shill - they just did what they said, when they said, and I am very pleased with the final product. Like many, I have a closet full of old LPs, many of which have been replaced by cds. I like a lot of older jazz albums from the 50s and 60s, most of which seemed not to have made it into the digital age. We no longer have room to keep my turntable operating - and I'm not even sure it works any longer, so alas I felt as if I would never hear these albums again. I looked on iTunes, and was one of those people sneaking around on file sharing software trying to find these albums. I even got on sites of people who collect these types of albums and THEY didn't have them either. A friend sent me a link to a sound engineering company that takes LPs and records and digitizes them. They run them through computers, filters, etc... to clean them up. I received my new cds today and am very pleased. According to their site, they also convert all sorts of other types of media as well. It isn't cheap, about $30 each, but for the three albums I thought I would never hear again, it was money well spent. Their site is kind of awkward, but their customer service and follow up have been exemplary. I just listened to one of the albums and while you could hear the occasional popping, it is very good. The site is http://www.lp2cd.com/"