USB Turntable - Record all of your old Vinyl to your PC - Fast & Easy for £49.99 @ Aldi
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USB Turntable - Record all of your old Vinyl to your PC - Fast & Easy for £49.99 @ Aldi

£49.99
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Found 10th Jun 2009
The USB turntable allows you to play, record and back up your vinyl to your PC. The files will then be converted to MP3, WAV or OGG format.

Simply plug the turntable into the USB port on your PC (Windows or Mac) and use the included software to rip your vinyl directly to MP3 format for playback on devices such as iPod, mobile phones, MP3 and MP4 players
The software even allows you to give your vinyl a digital facelift by removing unsightly clicks and pops
331/3, 45 and 78 rpm speeds

6 Comments

I have one of these, though from Netto, it does exactly as described.

If you still have a turntable, as many still do (mine went to the tip earlier this year!) all you need to is plug the amplifier out ( phonos usually) into the line in of your sound card (usually small 3.5mm jack) and record. There is software to tweak the recorded files available from MANY sources. (eg Nero CD/DVD burning software has this sort of thing included.)
Google will help a lot.

Even tidied up, the resultant files will not necessarily wow you, so unless it is stuff you really can't get hold of now, you might do better just downloading specific mp3 files you want in the first place. £50 would buy an awful lot of files!

nihcaj;5453501

If you still have a turntable, as many still do (mine went to the tip … If you still have a turntable, as many still do (mine went to the tip earlier this year!) all you need to is plug the amplifier out ( phonos usually) into the line in of your sound card (usually small 3.5mm jack) and record. There is software to tweak the recorded files available from MANY sources. (eg Nero CD/DVD burning software has this sort of thing included.)Google will help a lot.Even tidied up, the resultant files will not necessarily wow you, so unless it is stuff you really can't get hold of now, you might do better just downloading specific mp3 files you want in the first place. £50 would buy an awful lot of files!



i agree :thumbsup:

i just connect my turntables to my laptop and use Soundforge..

Why not just download the music?

l33t-krew;5453777

Why not just download the music?



I think that's exactly what I said

My dad has tons of stuff you'll not find on the net... would like to get one of these so we can both benefit from the hundreds of LPs he's got. The 35mm film scanner is keeping him busy at the moment!
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