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Reel to Reel Audio Transfer to Digital

Professional Reel to Reel Audio Transfer


Larsen Digital will transfer your old reel to reel audio to a CD or Mp3 file. Once converted to digital format you can share with your family & friends online, create custom audio clips, use as the audio background in any video, and most importantly, preserve your audio file for generations to come.

Saved to MP3: $23.99 $18.50 Per Hour

Saved to CD: $29.99 $23.50 Per Hour

reel to reel audio conversion order form

Minimum Order $20 Details

 


How Much Audio Do You Have?

Reel Sizes & Duration


Reel Size
Slow Speed
1 7/8 inch per second
Medium Speed
3 3/4 inch per second
Fast Speed
7 1/2 inch per second
150 Feet - 3" 15 Minutes 8 Minutes 4 Minutes
300 Feet 32 Minutes 16 Minutes 8 Minutes
600 Feet - 5" 1 Hr 4 Minutes 32 Minutes 16 Minutes
1200 Feet- 7" 2 Hr 8 Minutes 1 Hr 4 Minutes 32 Minutes
1800 Feet Not Accepting Not Accepting Not Accepting
3600 Feet- 10.5" Not Accepting Not Accepting Not Accepting

*We do not process reels that are larger than 7".
Reel to Reel audio reels come sized between 3-10.5 inches.

 

Audio Tracks

Determining how long the recordings on your reel to reel audio can be a bit tricky. There are two factors that determine the length of the audio files, the speed the reels were recorded at & the size of the reel. The larger your reel is, the more feet of audio tape you have.

Reel to reel audio can be recorded in using 3 different speeds, slow (1 7/8 inch per second), medium (3 3/4 inch per second) or fast (7 1/2 inch per second). The faster the speed when the reels were recorded, the higher the quality of the recording and the shorter the audio file will be. If a reel was recorded using the slowest speed, the quality will be lower and the audio file will be longer.

Scanned in the USA

We would never send your irreplaceable audio reels outside the country like other companies do. We do all our work right here in Utah. More Info

What Memories Are You Missing Out On?

"Back In The Day" reel to reel audio was used to record special events, especially because movie film rarely captured sound. Reel to reel audio were used to record milestone events such as weddings, birthdays, holidays... whatever was important at the time. Odds are, you are not in possession of player capable of playing those reels, so those memories are locked away. Thankfully you can have your reel to reel audio transferred to digital and share the past with your friends and family.