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Notice - Mac has M1 & Intel architecture model now. Macs powered by Apple silicon, such as the M1 MacBook Pro, can run both iOS apps and Mac apps, but they can also run x86-64 software that's been built to work on Intel architecture, thanks to something called Rosetta 2.

Q: What kind of Applications is this device suitable for?
- A: The AV202-B is versatile and ideal for applications such as transferring cassette tapes to MP3, digitizing Minidisc player audio, and capturing live music from AM/FM radio.

Q: Does the AV202-B require any Drivers for installation?
- A: No, the AV202-B features a driver-free design, making it easy to plug and play on various devices without the need for additional software.

Q: Can I use the USB Audio Grabber with my musical keyboard or Hi-Fi system?
- A: Absolutely! The USB Audio Grabber works with any audio playback device, including musical keyboards, Hi-Fi systems, and more.

Q: Is it possible to transfer cassette tapes to MP3 digital formats with this device?
- A: Certainly! The USB Audio Capture Device is an excellent tool for transferring old cassette tapes to modern MP3 digital formats.

Q: Can I use this device to convert audio from RCA (R/L) component devices?
- A: Yes, the AV202-B is safe to convert audio sources from RCA (R/L) component devices to MP3 on PC or Mac.

Q: Does the USB Audio Capture Device work with Mac and Windows OS?
- A: Yes, the device is compatible with both Mac and Windows OS.

Q: Can the device convert FM radio broadcasts into digital format?
- A: Yes, the AV202-B allows you to easily capture audio from FM radio and save it in MP3 and WAV formats using the 3.5mm jack.

Q: Can I edit the captured audio before transferring it to my portable audio player?
- A: Certainly! The AV202-B is a great tool for capturing and editing stereo audio in digital format on your computer before transferring it to iPod, iPhone, or other portable audio players.

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Why my macbook asks me to install Rosetta when I am installing Audacity.

  - Rosettal enables Intel-based features to run on Apple Silicon Macs. Reopening applications after installation is required to start using Rosetta. (A list of Apple SLAs may be found here: http:/

Software Download

1. Windows User - Download latest Audacity
Please download the latest version from official "Audacity" website.

2. MacOS User - QuickTime Player
MacOS has its own video and audio recorder "QuickTime" Player. We suggest to use it as an Audio-Grabber app. (Note: The Mac system comes with software.)

Option App - Audacity for macOS user.


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