BBC anoucmement Vinyl to HD

  golfpro 13:22 01 Jan 07
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I heard on a BBC 2 program this morning, about a new piece of hardware that will copy Vinyl records direct to your hard drive without any additional software. I didn't get all the details, has anyone else heard about this.

  jack 13:54 01 Jan 07

Been reviewd a few times including in Sunday Times/I think PCA has mentioned it.
Costs £100 smackers mail order only.

Eserntially it is a turntable with built in firmware and pre-amp and a USB connector.

  Forum Editor 14:05 01 Jan 07

to remove clicks, pops, and rumble.

  golfpro 17:56 01 Jan 07

Any links to the web site that's selling these.

  BrianW 20:03 01 Jan 07

they were selling this device in my local Comet store just before Christmas

  postie24 20:05 01 Jan 07

Was for sale in a well known tabloid last week

  premier man 21:29 01 Jan 07

Has anybody purchased and tried it yet,
it looked rather fragile from what I read

  jakimo 21:30 01 Jan 07
  jakimo 21:39 01 Jan 07

Software to deal with hiss,crackle & pop is included on a thirty day trial,it then cost £20 to keep

  jack 12:14 02 Jan 07

should have mentioned

Software to deal with hiss,crackle & pop is included on a thirty day trial,it then cost £20 to keep

But Audacity is FREE!!!!!

  Bingalau 14:30 02 Jan 07

As premier man has already asked "Has anybody tried this product yet" if so do they recommend it? ..Bingalau..

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