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Hi experts,

In the 80's and 90's I had a stereo with a cassette player, cd player and AM/FM radio on it.

So when I would listen to the radio. I would just insert a blank cassette tape and when Casey Kasem's America's top 40 would come on I would just record it on cassette.

Times have changed. My stereo broke. So now I have to buy a new one.

Since cassettes are obsolete now, do they sell a stereo somewhere that will allow me to record an FM station I'm listening to?  

I saw some handheld sandisk mp3 players that will let you do that but I'm looking for a stereo that will let you do that. Either lets you record it to hard drive or a cd.

Do you know of a stereo that can do that?
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You will need a stereo system similar to a 4 in 1 Nostalgia System with Turntable, USB Recording, MP3, CD & AM/FM by Electrohome. You'll even be able to re-record all your vinyl!
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