Do you enjoy the retro sound of music played from a good old fashioned vinyl record?
Or do you have a stack of old LPs and “single” records that you’d love to transfer onto CDs?
If the answer to either of these questions is yes, a high-quality USB turntable will allow you to listen to your favorite vinyl records using the latest in modern audio technology.
I have checked out several very nice USB turntables, and one that I really like is the Audio Technica AT-LP60XUSB-GM Turntable. (#ad)
The sound quality produced by this turntable is superb, and the built-in pre-amplifer lets you plug it directly into a set of powered speakers or a stereo system with standard phono inputs.
But this turntable’s real power lies in its ability to plug directly into your computer’s USB port.
Using the included Audacity software, you can easily use your PC or Mac to copy your favorite vinyl records onto CDs. You can also simply listen to your records through your computer’s audio system if you prefer.
The AT-LP60XUSB-GM is compatible with virtually any computer system with an open USB port and it works without installing any special drivers.
This fully automatic turntable plays vinyl records and albums at either 33 1/3 or 45 RPM, the two most common speeds. It also comes equipped with a sturdy aluminum belt-driven turntable and a replaceable stylus for years of listening pleasure.
Bottom line: If you love the beautiful retro sound of “vinyl music”, this quality USB turntable will make a great addition to your home. And if you have a stack of wonderful old records that you’d like to transfer to CDs, you can do it yourself and save the hundreds of dollars you’d have to pay a pro!
Click here (#ad) to read more about the Audio Technica AT-LP60XUSB-GM Turntable on Amazon, including well over 1,000 positive user reviews.
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