This latest USB turntable model from Ion is quite similar to the one from Veho that was released last year. Simply plug it into the nearest USB port and you are ready to start converting your old vinyls to digital files.
Featuring adjustable gain, anti-skating control and high-speed vinyl recording function, the belt-driven USB Turntables can also be connected to any home stereo with CD or auxiliary inputs. This means you can spin your records through your regular system when you’re not converting them.
Whether it’s Whitesnake, Wham, Spandau or some ancient disc belonging to your dad, the USB Turntables can convert it. And it doesn’t matter what speed the records in question are – these Turntables can handle both 33s and 45s.
The new USB Turntable from Ion is available from Firebox.com for £69.95 (about $116 USD).
This is a new turntable from a long line of Ion usb turntables which are very popular. This particular turntable is great if you have an existing PC or laptop to connect via the USB socket.
Just snagged one of these at a real nice discount.
works pretty darn good though im sure some expert can pick it apart. not so sure i like the way it is associated with itunes,but i have found a way to do what i like. the simple software does split tracks
well and while there arent a lot of instructions,i got it working just fine. have only ripped 2 albums so far but the results are good.
hey guys, at long last, i’ve found what i wanted to see. USB techs like turntables, VHS players, Cassette deck players, etc.. all that are in line with music.
My question is the availability of these products here in our country. Can I buy it here sa Pinas? Please help cool my dizzy mind. Am really hooked to music. Sana gabayan kayo ni Lord…. More powah!!!