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I am a complete amateur. (70yrs old). All I want is to transfer my 33's to a thumb drive. Will this be a problem?
asked by Robert E. Ottley on December 6, 2012
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If that is your ONLY purpose, not only will this do but you could even go down to the LP60 model and save yourself $150
Bryan Flanaghan answered on December 23, 2012
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I might be taking you too literally, but you won't be able to transfer directly to a thumb drive. You will need to transfer to a Mac or PC computer first to create the audio files. You will then be able to transfer the files from the computer to a thumb drive. Even though thumb drives are USB, and the turntable will output to USB, you will need to use the supplied software on a computer to create the sound files first.
FXSTCpilot answered on December 27, 2012
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It depends on your PC...After connecting your thumb drive, make sure it's seen by your PC. If you see it as a lettered drive, usually K-J-N-X-Z or something like that, you are all set to go.
Click on your Music and it will give you the choices...SEND TO is the one to use. Click the Song or Folder then Send To and it's done.
NYBill answered on January 16, 2013
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no offense, but if you have to ask, it will probably be a problem.

the obvious next question is how many 33's do you have...
Grumbler answered on November 26, 2013
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you can do it with this but this product is junk.
Roy Younger answered on January 13, 2014
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