DAT, which stands for Digital Audio Tape, was used by consumers and professionals for many years to preserve high-quality audio. But like many other audio formats, it was replaced with something more conventient.
Today DAT audio tapes are all but obsolete.
Many people and organizations still have DAT tapes filled with important audio. The question is, how can these DAT tapes be converted to something useful?
We added our DAT to MP3, .wav or CD service as a way to help people preserve and archive the audio on their DAT tapes. Our service is unique because we capture the digital audio data directly. Instead of sending the audio through an audio cable into an audio interface, we send the digital audio data straight into the computer! This ensures the you get a bit by bit transfer of your DAT audio without losing any audio quality.
If your DAT tapes are important to you, let us help you archive them to MP3, .wav or CD.
To learn more about our service, visit http://www.thickandmystic.com/dat-to-digital.php