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Numark TTUSB Turntable with USB

by Numark
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  • Adjustable Anti-Skate control for increased stereo balancing
  • USB computer connectivity for PC and Mac
  • 1/8" stereo line input, RCA line outputs
  • Adjustable pitch control ±10%
  • Packaged with all necessary cables to connect with computer or stereo playback system
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 4 x 4 inches ; 12.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 13.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000G3FNVM
  • Item model number: TTUSB
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (241 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,059 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 1, 2001

Product Description

Product Description

Digital audio has taken hold but what do you do with your old vinyl records. There are some recordings that are just priceless! The Numark TT-USB is a turntable that plays records but can also connect to your computer to transfer the sounds for recording to your hard-drive or disc recorder. Even directly to your MP3 player or iPod. The TTUSB is a complete solution for transferring one's vinyl record collection to a computer using the included software, you can then remove the clicks, pops, and other noises inherent in vinyl records. The TTUSB even provides a 1/8-inch stereo minijack input to facilitate the transfer of cassette tapes. For the music enthusiast with an aging record collection, Numark's TTUSB is the ideal tool for breathing new life into recordings of a bygone era. Equipped with an adjustable anti-skating control for increased stereo balance, support for 33.33 and 45 RPM playback speeds, +- 10% adjustable pitch control, the turntable has all the features inherent of a fine component. It has a USB port that allows transfer to your Macintosh or PC system. Plug and Play USB compatibility with both PC and Mac Audacity supports high-speed recording, then returns music to original playback speed Audacity software includes ability to export to WAV and MP3


The TTUSB is a unique, plug and play, USB compatible turntable that makes digitizing your vinyl record collection to your PC or Mac a snap. Packaged with all the necessary cables to connect with a computer or stereo playback system, along with software to remove clicks, pops, and other undesirable characteristics of vinyl, the TTUSB is a comprehensive package that breathes new life into older recordings.

A comprehensive package that breathes new life into older recordings. Click to enlarge.

Digitize your vinyl record collection to your PC or Mac in a snap.

The included EZ Converter software quickly rips your vinyl collection directly to iTunes.

USB Turntable
Numark is known for their turntables, and this one lives up to the company name. Features include an adjustable Anti-Skate control for increased stereo balancing, 33-1/3 and 45 RPM speed playback (with 78 rpm support via software), line level RCA outputs with built-in preamp, and an adjustable pitch control of plus or minus 10%.

The USB output means a no-fuss, plug-and-play connection to your PC or Mac for easy archiving.

Stereo Line Input
As an added benefit, the TTUSB also includes a 1/8-inch stereo mini jack input connector to facilitate the transfer of cassette tapes (or similar line level sources) to computer files-making this unit the perfect tool for archiving older recordings, regardless of their original format.

EZ Vinyl Converter 2
The included EZ Converter software quickly rips your vinyl collection directly to iTunes. MixMeister's software lets you easily designate each track with the click of a button, and retrieves track names and other info using Gracenote technology. Once it's in iTunes (or the playback software of your choice), make playlists, burn CDs, or transfer to your iPod or other media player.

For the editing of your transferred files, the included Audacity software (PC and Mac compatible) provides a wealth of easy-to-use features. Remove clicks, pops, and other vinyl surface noise. Export your analog music to popular digital formats such as WAV or MP3, and turn your old, forgotten records to the top of your digital music playlist.

What's in the Box
TTUSB Turntable (Includes Pre-Mounted Cartridge, Platter, Counterweight, 45RPM Adapter, Slipmat), USB Cable, Software CD, User's Manual

Customer Reviews

Software is simple and easy to use.
Upon reviewing the pictures of the ION turntable, it also became apparent that the Numark is a cheap off-shore knock-off of the ION, with little or no quality control.
Byron Canfield
Overall: The turntable works very well for my needs.
Cactus Chris

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

814 of 819 people found the following review helpful By Cactus Chris on December 29, 2006
I've been looking for a way to easily convert the old vinyl to iPod-ready MP3s. A bunch of my old LPs will never see the light of a CD so this looked like a great, one-step way of digitizing the old, round, black things with all the grooves.

Backstory: I'm a Mac guy, and I've worked with and taught audio production for a number of years so I more or less know my way around the audio world. That said...

This works quite well, but has a few limitations. Out of the box it plugged right in via the USB port and it also has stereo RCA jacks (such as would plug into the back of your tuner/amp) on the back. Drawback #1 is that the RCA jacks are hard-wired into the base of the turntable so if you don't use them (and are using the USB connector) there's no way to get rid of them. They dangle. This _could_ be causing a problem and I'll address that in a moment.

The turntable worked great, though I"m not sure why they put a pitch control on it if there's no strobe light to verify the speed of the unit. Sort of like putting a tachometer on a car with an automatic transmission. Why?

Beyond that, it has two speeds, 33 and 45 (with adapter) and the LPs sounded OK on the speed. If you are wanting to digitize your old 78s, you can record them at 33 and use the software (see below) to get them to the right speed.

Drawback #2: No tonearm cueing lever so you are manually dropping the arm onto the vinyl disk. Don't drink a lot of coffee before you cue your records, especially since it has a counterweight adjustment on the tonearm that make the tonearm almost wightless. It really tough (even without coffee) to drop that ultra-light arm onto the vinyl without bounce and shake. Be careful...
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265 of 270 people found the following review helpful By A. Johnson on July 18, 2007
The idea of having a turntable plug directly into the computer is great! The idea of easily ripping LPs is even better! A few minor changes and this could be perfect.

1. USB support
2. Supplied software easy to use once set up
3. good quality sound
4. replaceable cartridge (unlike its cousin, the ION turntable, also built by Numark)
5. No noticeable hum
6. 1/8" stereo input for copying cassettes or anything else.

1. completely manual - no auto reject, so don't leave the room and forget the record, you will have a wrecked needle and a new groove dug in the record.

2. No cue lever - a hassle unless you are very careful each time

3. Power switch in back of unit for some reason

4. Software (Audacity) didn't work with Windows Vista, had to try 3 different versions of the software until I found a version that worked (version 1.2.6)

5. In order to use the computer speakers for any other purpose than the turntable, the Numark USB cable has to be unplugged, not just turned off. When it is plugged in, there is no sound from Itunes, or anything else. I tried changing the exclusive use setting in Control Panel but to no avail (anybody have an answer?)
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142 of 143 people found the following review helpful By Richard L. Coffelt on November 5, 2007
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This Numark USB turntable addresses a very old problem for me... that of easily creating digital files from selected tracks- from my 2000+ licorace pizza albums and vintage 45's.

There are good points to this turntable, and some negatives. The parent company (Numark) also markets the "ION 'iTTUSB" turntable. The differences (besides graphics & price) between the Numark and ION are: the ION has a PLASTIC platter; the Numark has a DIECAST & MACHINED ALUMINUM platter (better mass, for more consistent disc speed). The Numark TTUSB has an "S" shaped "tone arm," where-as the ION has a straight arm; the cartridge on the ION has a non-replaceable needle in the cartridge, where-as the needle IS replaceable on the TTUSB; the TTUSB has a rather rudimentary "speed control," which they call "pitch control," which the ION does NOT have. Here is where the differences end. BOTH are of (nearly all) plastic construction. BOTH are "belt-driven," as opposed to "direct-drive." NEITHER has "cueing" ability (which makes it easier to place the needle on an album, and selecting EXACTLY where you wish to place it), and both have an adjustable tone arm "mass weight," for placing the correct pressure on the needle (or stylus). The Numark TTUSB also has an "anti-skate" adjustment. There is NO (factory) dust cover available for either. Weight between the ION & Numark is nearly identical (12 lbs; shipping is about $1 per pound).

They both will come with a CD- which has "Audacity;" this is the software which IS the "go-between," and makes it possible for you to save your (digitized) audio tracks; it also helps you to edit any flaws out.

While the "TTUSB" is not a perfect solution, is IS a better solution than the ION; I found an ION for $106; the Numark I found was $120.
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79 of 84 people found the following review helpful By V. Pennington on January 12, 2007
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with this item. I was looking for a turntable, and came across this. I am glad I did. He can not only play his records via the stereo, but he can hook up the laptop to the USB cable and record his favorites to play in the car. Many of my husband's albums have not been released on CD yet, and some may never, but now he has them back! The instructions are pretty simple, though it took a few trial and errors to understand a couple of things. Note: On the bottom is a switch we didn't originally see that helped with recording. Make sure you notice it.
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