Bush RPA1 Turntable with Amp and Tuner was £59.99 now only £29.99! - HotUKDeals
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All in one turntable hifi system.

33.3 and 45rpm speed turntable.

FM and MW radio with illuminated dial.

LED Indicator for power and FM Stereo.

Built in 2in speaker 2 x 1.5w RMS.

Line out socket to connect to any amplifier.

Headphone socket.

Supplied with styli.

Cherry wood side panels.

Size (H)12, (W)30, (D)29cm.
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#1
One word that puts me off of this ... 'Bush'
#2
I like Bush.
#3
#4
smicer07
I like Bush.


:giggle:
#5
there is a problem with that link. i posted the proper link for it but it got deleted???

who is the nazi?
#6
smicer07
I like Bush.


In moderation? :giggle:
#7
I know that Bush = not normally good quality but does anyone know if I could use this to record LP's to my PC? If it has a built in amp then I should be able to connect it to Line IN on the PC sound card and then copy my old LP's (got about 200 of them) into a digital format - Does that all sound feasible? Been looking at USB turntables but can't find one for under £100. Thanks Starwarsclark.
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starwarsclark
I know that Bush = not normally good quality but does anyone know if I could use this to record LP's to my PC? If it has a built in amp then I should be able to connect it to Line IN on the PC sound card and then copy my old LP's (got about 200 of them) into a digital format - Does that all sound feasible? Been looking at USB turntables but can't find one for under £100. Thanks Starwarsclark.


You could get the Bush MTT1 which had some good reviews
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5124998.htm
for £10 more. This is what I used to convert some of my LPs. You will need a line in port on your computer and some cables to connect the 2. If you go down this route it can be a bit tedious. 40 mins or so to play the album, 10/15 mins to muck about with the software and to convert CD. In the end I only did about 15 albums and downloaded the rest from allofmp3.com....

Forgot to mention if your albums are 78s you've had it!!
#9
why would anyone want to convert these lp`s over to digital, half the wonder of the tunes is how authentic they sound.
#10
sim11
why would anyone want to convert these lp`s over to digital, half the wonder of the tunes is how authentic they sound.


so you can play your record collection on your mp3 player, in your car etc.:whistling:
1 Like #11
Is there a better and quicker way to convert vinyl to mp3?
#12
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/5130937A64UC185126X.jpg

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