What about?

I just went to order the turntable with USB and noticed (for the first time), that Amazon.com says that it won’t be released until April 15. I checked PriceGrabber and I could get it for like $10 more, but that site has it “expected” on March 15. Soooo… I’m not sure what to do. But, I was running some searches and I saw a vinyl to CD recorder and it dawned on me, what about that? (Can’t believe I didn’t consider it). I could just go vinyl to CD to .mp3. Would that be worse, better or what? Then again, I’m not finding much selection for that type of thing, either… I found one by Teac at Amazon.com, but it’s $400 and that’s a bit more than I was hoping to spend…

I wonder how good/hard a solution this would be as compared to those two others.

Patrick O'Keefe

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Brandon Eley

about 14 years ago

You could always just get a plain 'ole turntable and a good sound card and capture the sound yourself.

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