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Gem Sound GT-USB USB Turntable
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With the Gem Sound GT-USB Turntable you can take your cherished, obscure B-sides and vinyl albums that were never re-released on CD, and digitize the...Read More
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A turntable to help turn your vinyl into MP3s!
With the Gem Sound GT-USB Turntable you can take your cherished, obscure B-sides and vinyl albums that were never re-released on CD, and digitize them on your computer. You'll be able to listen to them in your car's CD player or MP3 device and create your own custom-mix discs. As Bob Seger once prompted the world, it's now time to "take those old records off the shelf."
This traditional looking, belt-driven "record player" is USB compatible, features RCA outputs with built-in preamp, Anti-Skate control, and comes with all the cables needed to hook it up to your Mac or PC and stereo system. It's also bundled with Bias Soundsoap SE and Audacity software (Mac/PC) and a free trial version of Bias Peak Pro (Mac only) to help you in the recording and editing of your old 45s, LPs, and 12" remix records. You can even take out the pops, clicks, and hissing usually associated with vinyl for a cleaner sound.
- USB compatible turntable for digitizing your vinyl collection to your PC or Mac
- Adjustable Anti-Skate control for increased balancing 33-1/3 and 45rpm speed playback
- Plastic platter
- Line-level RCA outputs with built-in pre-amp
- Comes with all cables for connecting to computer and stereo playback system
- Ships with Bias Soundsoap SE for cleaning vinyl noises (Mac/PC)
- Audacity sound editing software
- Free trial version of Bias Peak Pro (Mac only)
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Comes with tonearm, headshell, cartridge, audio cable with and USB cable. Has ground lug, manual arm lift, adjustable counterweight and anti-skate. Audio output is switchable between phono-level and line-level. I use it to digitize vinyl, and deducted one star because the USB codec has only 16 bits, which is adequate for mp3s. The bundled software is of no value to Mac users; Audacity is freeware and Soundsoap is only for PCs.