Transfer MINI audio cassette tape to file: $35 per tape.

Complete pricing below.

Mini Audio Cassette tapes were introduced by Philips in 1967 for dictation purposes.  Mini Audio Cassette tape format was introduced by Philips in 1967 for dictation purposes.  Mini audio cassette machines have no capstan drive to control tape speed and the audio is not stable.  The tape transports at approximately 2.4cm/s (0.945ips).  Mini audio tape is 3.81 mm (0.15-inches) wide and cassettes measure 5.6 x 3.4 x 0.72cm (2.2 x 1.3 x 0.28 inches).
PRICES:
TRANSFER audio tape to mp3 file: $35 per tape.
USB FLASH DRIVE (Thumb drive) for audio file(s): $10 each (up to 16Gb).
DOWNLOAD audio files and 30 day Cloud storage: $10 per order (25Gb max).
CD (audio CDs are becoming obsolete): $10 each (80 minutes max).
 
mp3 is a very common and well supported file format; files on a USB flash drive will play in Windows and MAC computers and will plug & play in many modern TVs.  Other file formats available by request (wav, aaif, etc).

Example MINI Cassette Tapes
Mini- Cassette Tape 1/8" (3.81mm), 2.4cm/s
Minicassette 1/8" (3.81mm) (intro by Philips 1962)
3M-541 mini dictating cassette, 15 minutes each side.
Data Packaging N Style, N-style mini audio cassette.
Dictaphone MC30, C30 cassette tape
Norelco LFH 0002, 8935 000 25402, 15 minutes, made in Austria.   
Philips 0002 LFH0002, mini cassette.
Philips 0005 LFH0005-60, LFH000560, 15 min per side, mini cassette.
Philips 0007, Executive 30 minutes each side, Austria
Philips LFH0005 mini, 30 min per side, Austria.
Realistic Mini cassette 30, made in Mexico
Sanyo C-40N mini cassette, 20 min per side,Japan.
Scotch 541, mini-cassette tape
 
Tape Recorder, Player Machine    
Dictaphone 1700 series
Philips 388, 488, 7250T 
Philips 0007, 60 minutes dictation, DIN 32750, made in Austria.
Sanyo 7000 series, TRC7600
Sanyo TRC3570, TRC 3680
Sony BM-610