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VIBE SOUND VS-2002-SPK USB Turntable with Built-In Speakers
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- Converts records to mp3 files
- Protective rubber mat for records
- Sleek design, takes up less space
- Built-in speakers with volume control
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Say goodbye to the bulky old turntables of yesteryear. This small turntable saves space, and doubles as a digital converter. Just plug your turntable into your computer, and using the included Audacity software, convert your vinyl to mp3s. Vinyl goes digital with this handy machine. Comes with a convenient RCA output to connect to your speakers and is powered by USB output. Built-in speakers with master volume control means a no-hassle connection. Cartridge cover.
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This record player is okay as a first turntable, but don't expect it to last very long.
Having said that, I did discover some glitches, all related to Audacity rather than the turntable. I hadn't realized that I had an older version of Audacity with which I had trouble with clipping of the sound signal from my LP's. Finally I uninstalled it and reinstalled Audacity, finding I then had the latest version. It solved not only that problem with clipping (attenuating the range of sound recorded), but the whole set up appeard to work mavelously better with the new turntable (though I can't be sure whether this is because of the version or I just had a bug in the old version).
Most impressively, after clicking on the red "record" button on Audacity, nothing happens until the needle is placed on the record -- and recording not only begins automatically once the turntable starts, even more impressively, it stops automatically once the needle reaches the middle of the record and the turntable stops. Once the first side is done, without even touching the computer, swinging the arm to the start position and turning the record over and lowering the needle to the start position, restarts the turntable and, amazingly, the recording continues right where it left off, allbeit with a few seconds of dead space between the two sides.
If all one wanted to do was transfer records to the computer, this would take only a minute or two longer than the record play time, to save the file. Most people will want to use the noise reduction feature (and maybe others of the many features that I don't understand at all) of Audacity to assure optimal quality of the recording, and that can take as long as you choose to fuss at it. By now I have copied a couple dozen LP's and all play very nicely on the computer, as do the CD's I have made from the files and played on our stereo system.
There are a couple of less desireable traits of the turntable: One, the table is small enough that the playing record actually protrudes from two sides of the device, requirig care not to bump into it while playing to avoid any blips in the playback; and two, the volume control does not completely turn off the sound so if you want to record while doing other things the sound can be a bit annoying. Both of these are minor.
Overall, I am most impressed with a product that seems sturdy, works without any problems that I have seen, and is remarkably inexpensive for what it does. It is more than I expected.