Conclusion: If your audio needs are modest, the Memory Master II will suffice. It makes an okay listening device, but the only real reason to buy it is as a simple option for converting analog formats to CDs.
Pros: Converts records and tapes to CD with only a few button-presses. Plays 78- 45- and 33-RPM records. Audio input for connecting iPod or other device. USB output to a Mac.
Cons: Average sound quality. Audacity software can be intimidating to new users. Build quality looks good but doesn’t hold up on closer inspection. Burned some discs that it wouldn’t play.