Akai A60008 usb turntable £17.99 delivered @ IWOOT (Convert vinyl LPs to mp3 via USB)
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Akai A60008 usb turntable £17.99 delivered @ IWOOT (Convert vinyl LPs to mp3 via USB)

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Found 14th Sep 2017
Use Code: AKAI2 to get an extra £2 off - If you're going for something basic then this isn't bad at all, previously reduced to £19.99 - As It's over £10 it's free delivery as well.

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Convert your favourite vinyl records to mp3 via USB, simply attach the included USB cable into your laptop and computer and let the EZ vinyl converter software guide you through with step by step instructions, providing you with no limits when listening to your music on the go. Whether you are storing music on your computer, an MP3 device or on a CD, you can be sure that this turntable has all that you are looking for.

With high quality performance and simplistic, sleek design, this turntable provides high quality and easy functionality whilst displaying a modern take on the classic turntable design. The USB port and auxiliary output included within the turntable enables conversion to other media outlets, giving you further opportunities to play your favourite music on other devices.

ts black exterior allows the device to fit amongst any household décor as well as being easily portable for use in a variety of locations. Experience rich, quality sound and surround yourself with all of your favourite music with the turntables built-in speaker, volume and RCA output, allowing you to plug the device into any set of speakers for optimum listening potential.

Features:

  • Convert vinyl LPs to mp3 via USB
  • EZ vinyl converter software guides you through step by step
  • Plays 33 / 45 / 78 rpm
  • Volume control
  • PC encoding
  • Built-in speaker
  • RCA output
  • USB cable included
  • Software CD included


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Convert your favourite vinyl records to mp3 via USB, simply attach the included USB cable into your laptop and computer and let the EZ vinyl converter software guide you through with step by step instructions, providing you with no limits when listening to your music on the go. Whether you are storing music on your computer, an MP3 device or on a CD, you can be sure that this turntable has all that you are looking for.
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With the trend back to vinyl someone should bring out an MP3 to vinyl contraption.
That will properly damage your vinyl
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That will properly damage your vinyl
Be careful with cheaper turntables on your vinyl. I don't imagine it will have the lightest cartridge. Has anyone ever used one of these though? I'm curious about the conversion quality.
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FunnyUsername4 m ago

Be careful with cheaper turntables on your vinyl. I don't imagine it will …Be careful with cheaper turntables on your vinyl. I don't imagine it will have the lightest cartridge. Has anyone ever used one of these though? I'm curious about the conversion quality.


Check on Amazon. Very poor reviews. You get what you paid for
With the trend back to vinyl someone should bring out an MP3 to vinyl contraption.
bryanhaines39926 m ago

With the trend back to vinyl someone should bring out an MP3 to vinyl …With the trend back to vinyl someone should bring out an MP3 to vinyl contraption.



they are called 3d printers
Tracking force like a sledgehammer to your records. And converting to lossy mp3? What’s the point, most new records come with a digital download anyway
Coming up as £19.99 for me...
Sounds great, but there are easier ways to convert music to USB !!!
Can't wait for them to bring back discman or walkman
Serious question, Why?
Walkman's were great, when they 1st came out, I had one that recorded voice , my mates dad was slagging his missus off, comedy gold when i played it back to her I can tell ya!
Why would you buy a turntable which costs less than the records you'd play on it? It'd be like buying a TV which costs less than a DVD
you dont convert vinyl to mp3, thats the whole point of analogue.

its like taking a picure of the mona lisa, printing out the photo, and hanging that in the Louvre instead of original.
With these devices you need to put a coin on the record to hold it down and stop the needle jumping.
lumsdot9 h, 53 m ago

you dont convert vinyl to mp3, thats the whole point of analogue.its like …you dont convert vinyl to mp3, thats the whole point of analogue.its like taking a picure of the mona lisa, printing out the photo, and hanging that in the Louvre instead of original.



Not 100% true. I have records with exclusive tracks that I wanna hear in the car.
lucyferror19 h, 56 m ago

That will properly damage your vinyl


Sooooooo TRUE
Why would you want to convert Vinyl to MP3? someone give me a good reason here guys?
blackster16th Sep

Why would you want to convert Vinyl to MP3? someone give me a good reason …Why would you want to convert Vinyl to MP3? someone give me a good reason here guys?


Because you can't play vinyl on the train?
Ok. I ordered one. Received today and it skips horribly. Not risking any more of my vinyl. So it's going back. It wants to start after the run in and skates and scratches across the vinyl. Others may not do this, but I won't risk a replacement as the quality is as to be expected. They say it was £99 - and if that were true I don't see why it shouldn't be of acceptable quality - but it appears no more than £20 worth on receipt.

For those who query the point (Mona Lisa analogy), or those saying most vinyl now come with download code, there were many records out before those that come with digital download. And huge amounts of my collection are not available anywhere for digital download (and I don't have a portable turntable). So the point of digitising vinyl is the same reason we taped them in the past - so we can listen to them on the go!

I was prepared to risk one play to digitise some of my collection, but it was a bad idea. I realise there were better options now using equipment I already own. I'd advise people to avoid and find alternatives like a USB / phono device attached to a better turntable that might already have knocking about. And if you don't have an existing turntable I'd still avoid based on what I received today.
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