Audio Technica AT-LP1240-USB Turntable

Stanton T55 USB Turntable

February 5, 2014 - Comment

A great all-around belt drive turntable, the T55 USB features USB and S/PDIF outputs. You can easily use this turntable to transfer the music on your vinyl records to your PC or Mac to create music files for use with CDs or MP3 players, such as an iPod. To make things even simpler, the included

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A great all-around belt drive turntable, the T55 USB features USB and S/PDIF outputs. You can easily use this turntable to transfer the music on your vinyl records to your PC or Mac to create music files for use with CDs or MP3 players, such as an iPod. To make things even simpler, the included software allows you to transfer and edit the music files, so you can remove any pops and clicks that are common when playing vinyls. The T55 USB also comes with the professional Stanton 500.v3 cartridge for ideal sound quality and perfect compatibility. Not just a tool for vinyl transfer, this deck is also a perfect fit for the novice or intermediate level DJ. The Stanton T55 USB Turntable is an easy to operate Belt-Drive Turntable with numerous professional features.

Product Features

  • USB Output for Easily Transferring Music from Vinyl┬áRecords to Your Mac or PC or For Use with MP3 players
  • Includes Cakewalk Pyro Audio Creator LE Software for Transferring and Editing Music Files
  • Includes Audiophile-quality Stanton 500.v3 Cartridge
  • Straight Tone Arm Improves Tracking for Scratching
  • 2 Playback Speeds (33 or 45 RPM)
  • 2 Start/Stop Switches for Mix or Battle Setup
  • RCA Stereo Outputs
  • Manual Pitch Control Fader (+/- 10% Adjustment)
  • Accessories include RCA Cables, Slip Mat, and Dust Cover

Comments

T. Walls says:

Great turntable I reviewed a number of turntables and decided on this one. It was a good choice. The delivery was on time and it did not take very long to set it up. I chose to use the line-in mode as I have a good soundcard on the PC and prefer not to burden it with extra USB drivers if it is not necessary. Based on reading the reviews, I had already downloaded the latest Audacity and played with it a little bit so there was nothing extra to do with that. The overall turntable setup took about 30 minutes including balancing the stylus.My first run-through was just setting it up and playing an album to see how it operates. I didn’t initially get a cleaning kit and soon discovered (relearning lessons from many, many years ago) one is absolutely needed. The last time I had a turntable was when any albums I purchased I kept protected and cleaned etc. The album I chose (One that was never put to CD and had to find it online) was produced back in the 80s (and therefore used). It was…

Micropenguin says:

Vinyl Lives I have just under 1000 albums, I first started purchasing them in 1962 the first being an album called Surfs Up. I had a few early turntables the best being a top of the line Akai with a pioneer sound system, but in 1988 I fell in love with an original Marantz CD player and soon forgot my albums. As I was moving around in my job I sold all the equipment and stored the albums. Lucky they were all put in the right size crates and were stored upright (more by accident than design) under my mother’s house. Recently I was asked to move them as my mother had passed on and I had to clean the place out. I don’t know why but couldn’t part with them. Anyway to cut a long story short I decided to buy a turntable once again and record some of the albums that I had found were not available. After a long check on Amazon and other web sites I settled on the Stanton T55USB; I am not really sure why but something impressed me about it. I must say it is far superior to any of the turntables I used to…

s.k. "hottie mchott-hott" says:

No issues for a novice 0

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