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Is there a device that can record directly to CD (like a tape recorder)?

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My uncle lives in an assisted living home due to his schizophrenia. He and his room mates have found that playing music really helps them cope with their...issues. He has been recording their music on tapes for years.

 

My father just spoke to me, telling me he wants a device to record directly to a CD, rather than tapes. I warned my father that this sounds impossible, but my father claims someone has found a device that can do this for $50 on ebay.

 

A quick search told me that you must record the music to a computer first, but I'd like to know if any of you have heard of a device that can record directly to a CD.

 

I don't think my uncle has the ability to use a computer effectively, let alone record and burn music. I'm looking for a simple AIO solution.

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Triennial
(15 items)
 
Free Laptop
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Old Rig
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CPUGraphicsRAMHard Drive
I7-740QM GT 330M 4GB DDR3 1033Mhz Intel 320 120GB 
Optical DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
Blu-Ray Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit 1600 x 900 CM Storm Scout Cherry MX Black 
PowerMouse
6 Cell Li-ion 5200mah SteelSeries Sensei 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Phenom II X6 @ 3.8 Core / 2.7 NB / 2.7 HT ASUS M4A89GTD Pro/USB3 Gigabyte WINDFORCE 3X 6870 952/1076 4GBs DDR3 G.Skill Eco 1450Mhz 7-8-7-24 
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Samsung SyncMaster 2233sw 21.5" 1920x1080 Gateway HD2200 24" 1680x1050 Generic ASUS Corsair TX750 
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My uncle used to do this with his old records. He would mix them DIRECTLY to CD's. I'll have to hit him up an ask him what he's using. All I know that no pc was involved!

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He uses rcd-w500c to make all his mixes from his record player to CD. Gotta love old technology redface.gif
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