#1
Howdy gang

So I'm looking into getting a turntable that has USB capabilities, so I can put my LPs on the computer. Also, it would be great if it could hook up to powered speakers as well, since I've been realizing that a few turntables lack that ability. The most I'm looking to spend is $200. Does anyone have any suggestions?

This one in particular looks promising. If anyone has any experience with it that'd be great if they could share: http://www.amazon.com/Numark-TTUSB-Turntable-with-USB/dp/B000G3FNVM/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top

Thanks guys!
#2
To be honest, the vinyl rip feature is pretty overrated imo. You can just download the music at better quality if you want a digital copy.
#3
Well in that case do you have any recommendations for just a regular turntable I can hook up to powered speakers?

EDIT: I don't have many vinyls at the moment, so the fact that I wouldn't be able to digitize them wouldn't be a huge loss
#8
Quote by jetfuel495
but trve hipsters have dat snap crackle pop on their iPods

>implying I'm not trve

I've a turntable that can rip onto my computers, so my dad asked me to (in his words) turn his record into something he can put on his iPod. I just MediaFired the album and put it on a flash drive for him.
#10
This is my turntable:
http://www.amazon.com/Sony-PS-LX300USB-Stereo-Turntable-Black/dp/B0015HOFZI/ref=sr_1_cc_1?s=musical-instruments&ie=UTF8&qid=1318569780&sr=1-1-catcorr
I'm not sure if it hooks up to powered speakers or not, since I don't think I have those, but it's a pretty solid turntable and it's only $100.
#11
Quote by FlyingPirahna
This is my turntable:
http://www.amazon.com/Sony-PS-LX300USB-Stereo-Turntable-Black/dp/B0015HOFZI/ref=sr_1_cc_1?s=musical-instruments&ie=UTF8&qid=1318569780&sr=1-1-catcorr
I'm not sure if it hooks up to powered speakers or not, since I don't think I have those, but it's a pretty solid turntable and it's only $100.


This turntable works great. I had a little trouble setting it up, but called the help line at Sony and they finished walking me through it. It's way more sound studio than I need, but I love it for the simpler functions that I need it for. Very impressed with the quality