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ION LP 2 FLASH SD Card Turntable
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The ION LP 2 FLASH Turntable is the fastest and easiest way to convert your vinyl records directly to an SD card or USB thumb drive without the need ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Preserve those vinyl memories”no computer necessary.
The ION LP 2 FLASH Turntable is the fastest and easiest way to convert your vinyl records directly to an SD card or USB thumb drive without the need for a computer. The LP 2 FLASH turntable listens for the silence between songs on your records and automatically breaks up albums into individual tracks. Once converted, you can listen to your music on any audio player with a standard SD card slot or on your computer. Converting your records is a snap with the ION LP 2 FLASH Turntable.
ION LP 2 FLASH has a large display and familiar controls for Record, Playback, and navigation. You can even control the quality of your MP3s without connecting a computer. Connect the LP 2 FLASH turntable and move your music to a USB thumb drive. If you prefer to use your computer, it's also a breeze to transfer your music with the included USB cable.
ION LP 2 FLASH comes with EZ Vinyl Converter software for PC and EZ Audio Converter for Mac. They are the simplest way to get the music on your vinyl directly into iTunes. A free download of the latest EZ Vinyl Converter software features Gracenote MusicID technology, which analyzes your music and automatically retrieves album, artist, and song information for you. EZ Audio Converter also lets you easily enter track information. You can digitally archive your collection in just a few mouse clicks. Audacity professional recording software is also included so you can reduce any unwanted noise in your digital files.
Once your music is on an SD card, a USB thumb drive, or your computer, you can sort your music, make custom playlists, take songs with you on an iPod, or play them directly from your computer. Finally, LP2 FLASH provides a way to make your record collection completely portable and secure.
You can connect the ION LP 2 FLASH Turntable to your stereo system using the included cable and play records just like a traditional record player. There's also an input so you can archive music on your cassette tapes or other sound sources”right in ION LP 2 FLASH. No computer required.
- Direct recording to SD card or USB thumb drive”no computer required
- Recording with automatic track separation”no computer required
- Easily transfer music into iTunes library on Mac or PC via USB
- Listen to your vinyl recordings through your stereo system
- Front-panel input jack allows you to convert other music sources
- Great-quality recordings at high-resolution sample rates
- Works great stand-alone or with a computer
- EZ Vinyl Converter (PC) and EZ Audio Converter (Mac) software for hassle-free recording
LP 2 FLASH SD Card Turntable
- LP 2 FLASH turntable with direct-to-SD card recording
RCA audio cable
Quick start guide
Belt-drive turntable with premium tonearm and cartridge
33 1/3, 45 and 78 RPM
Built-in card slot records directly from turntable
Automatic silence detection with track split
Records on standard SD Flash cards up to 2GB or USB thumb drives
USB audio interface (44.1kHz, 16-bit), Mac and PC compatible
PC: Windows XP or Vista
Mac: OS X 10.4 or later
This product comes with two recording programs. EZ Vinyl Converter requires Mac OS 10.4 or higher. The included version of Audacity is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, and Mac OS X 10.1 or higher. Audacity v1 for Mac OS 9 may be downloaded for free at http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download/mac
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This worked great for getting my records digital and keeping the record sound quality. Also is a good player too.
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I am a gearhead who has transferred many albums to CD. What this unit boasts, it does not live up to.Pro: You can record direct to SD or USB FlashCon: You cannot transfer the recordings from SD or USB Flash directly over this units USB cable to your computer. The SD or Flash must be removed and inserted into your computer to transferPro: It can record at 128, 160 or 192kbpsCon: Set it to 192kbps and start recording ... it magically resets itself to 128 ~ which you don't discover till you've completed the recording session and transferred the files over to your computer.Con: sales pitch says it records as 33/45/78. There is no 78 setting. This is only accomplished using Audacity software after you record at 33 or 45.Con: says it will detect breaks between tracks and automatically break out each song into its own MP3 file - wrong - I tried several albums with varying break lengths and this function simply did not work. I did plug an external tape deck in and recorded some tracks from it, and it did detect the breaks between tracks. I believe the natural background noise of the vinyl is picked up as music and therefore - no breaks.Beyond that, it's a great unit ~ oh, except for the fact that the platter wobbles ever so slightly up and down for each rotation ... not much, but when added to the other failures of this unit ... it just figures the platter would wobble.The firmware shows print on the display screen. One of the screens has a type-o, showing the word "Pree" instead of 'Press'. I just get the feeling that the manufacturer didn't put their heart into this one.I am awaiting my RA :)