Converting your classic vinyl records to digital
With Xmas 2013 fast approaching, and 2014 almost upon us, what gift can you buy for the “traditional” vinyl RPM generation, among us? Yes, we know you have them. Tucked away in cardboard boxes, and refusing to sell them at a car boot sale, or ebay, this rather curious species of music lover, always claims that they sound better on vinyl. Now you can help them embrace the dark side, and go fully digital with the help of the PYLE USB digital turntable.
Many people still have old records which include their favorite songs. Sometimes these tracks are not even available through the newer media channels, such as Google play or iTunes. However, if you have a vinyl collection, you know how careful you have to be with them, and putting them on a dusty record player is probably a no go. The PYLE USB digital turntable is exactly what you need to play your vinyls safely, and record them onto a digital format, where you can listen to them as many times as you want, and keep that classic vinyl safe in its sleeve.
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With this turntable, you can easily turn your old or new vinyl records into mp3 files in any of the three speeds. 33 rpm, 45 rpm and 78 rpm. The turntable comes with an adapter especially for 45 RPM LP’s, and an included ceramic cartridge with a special diamond needle, which makes for an excellent sound quality conversion to digital.
There are 2 built-in full range speakers, so you can play your vinyl music like old times. It is energy efficient and only consumes 30 watts of power too. You have the option to choose either USB stick or memory card conversion. If you have an android phone, then you can just convert your vinyls straight to a flash memory card and plug the card into your phone. It will also work with iPhone, and you can sync your tracks with iTunes.
There is a Built-in AM/FM Radio that allows you to listen to, and also convert to digital. If you want to buy a long lasting digital music gift for maybe your parents, and have been wondering why they just won’t throw out those vinyl records in the attic, then this is really a great purchase to help them into the digital music age.
They do have a variety of other designs too, including the very retro, where you can also convert your cassettes to digital also. Check out the links below.