Posted: Monday, September 4, 2017 1:56 AM
• Location: Reseda, San Fernando Valley
• Post ID: 52173469 sanfernandovalley
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LPtransfers4U is a Los Angeles based audio restoration service specializing in the transfer of analogue formats to compact disc, MiniDisc, cassette tape, or MP3 files. We offer transfers from vinyl LPs (LP to CD), cassette tapes, 8 track cartridges, ” reel to reel tape (open reel), Digital Audio Tapes (DAT) and MiniDisc. Our rates are reasonable and service first rate. We also perform short run CDR / DVD duplication at reasonable rates. Contact us by telephone or e-mail with any questions you may have regarding our services. You may also click on the Cedric CD banner at the top to be taken to our web site. We are here to serve you. In the meantime, relive a little history and listen to one of the more historic recordings that exists today. Click on the picture of the Edison Blue Amberol below to listen to Polk Miller & his Old Southern Quartette singing “The Bonnie Blue Flag”. The song is encoded as an MP3 file so you will of course need the proper player to hear the song. Polk Miller served in the Confederate Army during the American Civil War both as an orderly and artilleryman. This tune was recorded around 1910 by the Thomas Edison Recording Company, just about 3 years before Miller’s death. Polk Miller was also a pharmacist and prepared many a remedy for his beloved dog Sergeant. Even today his remedies live on through the people at Sergeant’s Pet Care Products.
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We also transfer most video formats to DVD. Do you need your VHS, VHS-C, Mini DV, HI8, Digital 8, OR Video8 transferred To DVD? Give us a call. We also transfer photos to DVD and now offer transfer services for most types of film. As if that wasn't enough, we can also transfer data from 3.5 inch and 5.25 inch floppy disks and zip disks to CD / DVD. As if that still wasn't enough, we also convert / transfer from still video disk floppies. These video floppy disks were used in cameras manufactured by Canon and Sony among others. They were slightly larger than 2 inches square and could hold up to 50 analog photos. Ask us about it!!if you have some and don't know what to do with them then contact us!
Contact us at (818) 313-9008