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NAD PP4 Digital Phono Preamp with USB £99.00 sevenoakssoundandvision

£99.00 @ Sevenoaks Sound
Reduced from £169.00 RRP, available via Amazon also (sold by Sevenoaks), don't think the item has been this low. Good Hifi brand Phono Preamp with USB that can capture your Vinyl records to your compu… Read More
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1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Reduced from £169.00 RRP, available via Amazon also (sold by Sevenoaks), don't think the item has been this low. Good Hifi brand Phono Preamp with USB that can capture your Vinyl records to your computer.

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Amazon link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/NAD-Digital-Phono-Preamp-USB/dp/B00HBOI6KY

The NAD PP 4 Digital Phono Preamp With USB Out enables you to digitise your treasured vinyl collections to a PC or Mac. It features inputs for both MM (moving magnet) and low noise MC (moving coil) types for a wide variety of phono cartridges and there is a line input to allow for the transfer of cassette tapes.

The PP 4 also includes VinylStudio Lite Software for ripping LPs and burning audio CDs. The PP 4 Phono to USB Preamplifier offers a complete hardware and software solution with exceptional flexibility to record from LP or tape.

Key Features

•Low noise, wide band MM & MC phono stage

•Connect your Turntable to most Amplifiers, Receivers and PCs

•Switch Line Level Input

•Highly accurate Analogue-to-Digital Converter with record level control

•USB interface to PC for Vinyl-to-Digital recording, USB cable included

•Analogue Line Level Output

•External 24V DC Power Supply
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3 Likes #1
They'll fly off the shelves at this price, goNads go!
#2
A digital phono pre amp? Oh dear.
#3
M1LFHunter
A digital phono pre amp? Oh dear.

Thats how NAD describe the product, im sure the digital circuit only relates to the USB output tho. Otherwise its a normal phono stage.
#4
NAD is very good. .hot deal.
#5
What's a pre amp? Thanks...
1 Like #6
ah_heng
What's a pre amp? Thanks...

This kind of pre-amp will boost the signal coming from a record player, so that it plays correctly on a device that doesnt have a phono input, like powered speakers or an AV receiver.
#7
baseley09
ah_heng
What's a pre amp? Thanks...
This kind of pre-amp will boost the signal coming from a record player, so that it plays correctly on a device that doesnt have a phono input, like powered speakers or an AV receiver.

Thanks for your explanation. Does all pre amp comes only with phono input?
1 Like #8
ah_heng
baseley09
ah_heng
What's a pre amp? Thanks...
This kind of pre-amp will boost the signal coming from a record player, so that it plays correctly on a device that doesnt have a phono input, like powered speakers or an AV receiver.
Thanks for your explanation. Does all pre amp comes only with phono input?

No this one in particular also has a line in input to plug in other devices, phones, cd player or computers etc.
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#10
perfect timing op, much appreciated! heat!
#11
Not sure about this as I can't find any information about what AD converter or bitrate/frequency the device supports on the USB side.
Normally you get a load of tech specs like at the bottom of the webpage for this preamp for example.
https://www.cambridgeaudio.com/products/hifi-and-home-cinema/azur-651p


Technical specifications

Max power consumptionMoving magnet (MM): 5W
Moving coil (MC): 5W Gain @ 1kHzMM: 39dB
MC: 55dB Input impedanceMM: 47 kOhm
MC: 100 Ohm Input capacitanceMM: 220pF
MC: 220pF Nominal outputMM: 300mV
MC: 300mV Sensitivity for nominal outputMM: 3.35mV
MC: 0.5mV Overload marginMM: >30dB
MC: >30dB THD 20Hz - 20kHzMM: <0.005%
MC: <0.002% RIAA curve accuracyMM: < +/-0.3dB 20Hz-50kHz (subsonic filter off)
MC: < +/-0.3dB 20Hz-50kHz Signal to noise ratio (using Audio Precision RIAA-1 with grounded inputs)MM: >86dB
MC: >72dB Crosstalk @ 20kHzMM: >83dB
MC: >69dB ColourBlack or silver Dimensions (WxHxD)46 x 215 x 133mm (1.8 x 8.5 x 5.2'') Weight0.9Kg (2.0lbs)
#12
Found some
https://www.crutchfield.com/S-9TSftp0vksJ/p_745PP4/NAD-PP-4.html
phono preamplifier with built-in analog-to-digital converter to convert vinyl to digital files
includes VinylStudio Lite software for converting LPs to CD (Windows and Mac compatible)
purchase of full version of VinylStudio software required for converting individual tracks to MP3 or AAC
compatible with moving magnet and moving coil phono cartridges
line-level input for connecting another analog audio source like a cassette deck
line-level audio output
USB port for connecting to a PC (includes USB cable)
outputs 16-bit/48kHz PCM digital audio
recording level control (0 dB to -6 dB)
external power supply for reduced noise and interference
signal-to-noise ratio: 76 dB (MM); 78 dB (MC); 115 dB (line level)
THD: less than 0.03% (MM & MC)
RIAA response accuracy ± 0.3 dB (20-20kHz)
5-3/8"W x 1-7/8"H x 4-3/16"D
#13
Just needed for cassettes really, a good idea?
#14
I'm deliberating about this. I have a large vinyl collection I've been meaning to convert to digital for a while now.
Thought this included a full conversion software, but seeing kester76's post above it's just a lite version - need to spend another £29 for the ability to create MP3 or ACC.

Are there other cheaper (or better) software options for a Mac?

Or do I need this amp? Already have a full hifi setup, but my amp (Marantz PM6004) doesn't have USB out. Are there other ways to hook up to my Mac?

Looking for convenience really, but don't want to go down the cheap ION USB turntable route.

Any feedback would be appreciated.

SirHugo
#15
SirHugo
I'm deliberating about this. I have a large vinyl collection I've been meaning to convert to digital for a while now.
Thought this included a full conversion software, but seeing kester76's post above it's just a lite version - need to spend another £29 for the ability to create MP3 or ACC.

Are there other cheaper (or better) software options for a Mac?

Or do I need this amp? Already have a full hifi setup, but my amp (Marantz PM6004) doesn't have USB out. Are there other ways to hook up to my Mac?

Looking for convenience really, but don't want to go down the cheap ION USB turntable route.

Any feedback would be appreciated.

SirHugo


Audacity software for Mac
1 Like #16
deeperthought
SirHugo
I'm deliberating about this. I have a large vinyl collection I've been meaning to convert to digital for a while now.
Thought this included a full conversion software, but seeing kester76's post above it's just a lite version - need to spend another £29 for the ability to create MP3 or ACC.

Are there other cheaper (or better) software options for a Mac?

Or do I need this amp? Already have a full hifi setup, but my amp (Marantz PM6004) doesn't have USB out. Are there other ways to hook up to my Mac?

Looking for convenience really, but don't want to go down the cheap ION USB turntable route.

Any feedback would be appreciated.

SirHugo


Audacity software for Mac


And some help .......
https://www.avforums.com/threads/which-cassette-tape-to-mp3-converter.1311323/
#17
deeperthought
deeperthought
SirHugo
I'm deliberating about this. I have a large vinyl collection I've been meaning to convert to digital for a while now.
Thought this included a full conversion software, but seeing kester76's post above it's just a lite version - need to spend another £29 for the ability to create MP3 or ACC.
Are there other cheaper (or better) software options for a Mac?
Or do I need this amp? Already have a full hifi setup, but my amp (Marantz PM6004) doesn't have USB out. Are there other ways to hook up to my Mac?
Looking for convenience really, but don't want to go down the cheap ION USB turntable route.
Any feedback would be appreciated.
SirHugo
Audacity software for Mac
And some help .......https://www.avforums.com/threads/which-cassette-tape-to-mp3-converter.1311323/

Thank you.

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