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Old 12-13-2017, 07:13 PM   #1
DouglasRobert DouglasRobert is offline
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Default Suggestions on a turntable that I could record to CD discs.

I'm looking for a way to record many of my records to CD. I went looking at turntables and basically noticed two types.

1. Turntables that looks like a wood cabinet and includes a CD recorder.
2. USB turntables that connect to a connect to a computer via a USB cord.

My desktop is a Windows 7 with a 64 bit operating system. It has a USB Jack on the front.

So what's the best option. The stand alone turntable/CD recorder or the USB turntable?

Does the USB turntable come with program that can reduce noise or reduce scratch noises?
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Old 01-27-2018, 08:12 AM   #2
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Probably the LP120. It connects via USB. You can digitize the LP and burn to disc.

If you want to reduce noise, make sure you give your LPs a good wet clean and keep the stylus clean.

Post up over at Vinyl me please. They know a ton more than i do.
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Old 02-04-2018, 01:55 AM   #3
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There are programs which can reduce noise in existing files, the best idea would be to run a high-pass filter on the file since most vinyl noise is at a much higher frequency than any of the music. These programs have been used in some CD reissues of older albums where the only source available was a vinyl copy, they usually give a fairly good result.
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