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5.0 out of 5 stars Yes it works with Mac, April 25, 2009
This review is from: Sony PSLX300USB USB Stereo Turntable (Electronics)
After failing to resurrect my old, unused Philips turntable, I bought this turntable. Plugged it in to my Mac and it works fine.... I used both Audio HiJack and CD Spin Doctor... I also tried out Final Vinyl and it works fine too. So, even though Sony doesn't pack any Mac software with this, it does indeed work with a mac (OS 10.5.6 ... Unibody MacBook Pro). Make sure the Audio Input is set to the USB Audio Codec which will be present when the turntable is plugged in to the Mac. I am very pleased with the sound... Created some MP3's with it and have renewed my interest in the thousand or so LP's I had stashed away... A great turntable. Listened to some of the mp3's on my Ipod while running this afternoon... couldn't be happier!
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Initial post: Apr 27, 2009 6:42:45 PM PDT
J. Yannotti says:
How did you get it to work with your Mac? Did you need to install any drivers? I plugged it in but my mac does not recognize the player. Thanks for any info!

Posted on May 28, 2009 3:43:33 PM PDT
guitar hero says:
I have the same problem as JMY: my Mac (OS 10.5.6) does not recognize the USB device. Sony tech checked it, said it is not defective but designed that way. He said there is a "crack" for this, but could not say what or where to find it. Hope somebody can help--it's OK as a record player, but that's not what I had in mind.

Posted on Mar 1, 2011 12:33:14 PM PST
M. Payne says:
Hello, I am just wondering before I buy this incase it saves me from doing things @$$ backwards.

When iTunes rips a CD it doesn't have to record the song it can extract it.

When you put music on your computer with a turn table does it have to record the song (like when you would make tapes in the old days) or does it rip it like iTunes?

Also does the PC software rip the song or does it record it?
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