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USB record players

Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by rocknroll777, Feb 10, 2013.

  1. rocknroll777

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    So, I need something to play my old man's record collection on. And I noticed these brand new USB record players. Does anybody have any expirience with them??? Do they have an all analog output besides the USB one??? I'm asking 'cause I want to keep analog stuff analog :D
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  3. rocknroll777

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    Thanks man :) Is that RCA output analog?
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    Make sure you get one that plays and doesn't just record to your computer
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    I think I used an audio technica player before. Either way, ripped a whole ****load of Zappa and Ravi records using audacity, as well as others.
  7. line6man

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    I have one. It has USB and RCA analog outputs. It came with a software to record with, but I can't download it any longer, so I use SONAR now.
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    I had one of the cheapo plastic ones, and the first that happened was that the motor smoked in about twenty minutes. I spent the extra money and went with a Stanton, and it was a great purchase. It has USB and RCA, well-balanced, great sound.
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