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Quick Play USB Turntable
Quick Play USB Turntable
Quick Play USB Turntable
Quick Play USB Turntable

Quick Play USB Turntable

A new spin on vinyl
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Quick Play USB Turntable with lid open

Quick Play USB Turntable
with the lid open

Digital music is great but isn't it a pity you can't transfer your old records onto a computer? Well guess what? You can! That's right vinyl lovers, thanks to the ingenious Quick Play USB Turntable you can put all your LPs, 12"s and singles straight into your digital library.

To transfer vinyl directly to your computer, simply plug this chic little turntable into the nearest USB port, fire up the idiot-proof EZ vinyl converter software and start converting your collection. Forget about clumsy adaptors, special drivers and mismatched software. It's easier than, er...well, it's easier than putting a record on!

The belt-driven USB Turntables can also be connected to any home stereo with CD or auxiliary inputs. This means you can spin your records through your regular system when you're not converting them. You can even don a big pair of tinted glasses and pretend you're Simon Bates. If you want.

Cables included

Comes with USB cable
and Audio in/out

Just think of all that lovely vinyl you've got languishing in the loft. Fair enough, some of it should probably stay hidden (no, we don't know why we bought Bruce Willis's Return of Bruno LP either), but even if it's just for the sake of nostalgia, hearing all the records you grew up listening to makes for a fantastic trip down memory lane. And if you're one of those trendy DJs (we're talking Carl Cox, not Pat Sharpe) who likes mixing it on the decks with vinyl you can put all your bangin' anthems on to your PC for transfer to CD or MP3.

Whether it's Whitesnake, Wham, Spandau or some ancient disc belonging to your dad, the Quick Play USB Turntable can convert it. And it doesn't matter what speed the records in question are - these Turntables can handle both 33s and 45s. So why not forget about buying any new music for a while and rediscover your vinyl. All right? Not 'arf!

Recording to MP3
This simple guide explains how to record MP3s using your USB Turntable and the EZ vinyl converter software (included). This process is very similar for other operating systems.


Step 1   Step 2   Step 3

Plug into your computer via USB

 

Load up EZ vinyl converter software

 

Record using automatic track splitting


Step 1   Step 2   Step 3

Tag your tracks

 

Export to iTunes

 

Enjoy listening to your new MP3's!

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    Description
    Quick Play USB Turntable with lid open

    Quick Play USB Turntable
    with the lid open

    Digital music is great but isn't it a pity you can't transfer your old records onto a computer? Well guess what? You can! That's right vinyl lovers, thanks to the ingenious Quick Play USB Turntable you can put all your LPs, 12"s and singles straight into your digital library.

    To transfer vinyl directly to your computer, simply plug this chic little turntable into the nearest USB port, fire up the idiot-proof EZ vinyl converter software and start converting your collection. Forget about clumsy adaptors, special drivers and mismatched software. It's easier than, er...well, it's easier than putting a record on!

    The belt-driven USB Turntables can also be connected to any home stereo with CD or auxiliary inputs. This means you can spin your records through your regular system when you're not converting them. You can even don a big pair of tinted glasses and pretend you're Simon Bates. If you want.

    Cables included

    Comes with USB cable
    and Audio in/out

    Just think of all that lovely vinyl you've got languishing in the loft. Fair enough, some of it should probably stay hidden (no, we don't know why we bought Bruce Willis's Return of Bruno LP either), but even if it's just for the sake of nostalgia, hearing all the records you grew up listening to makes for a fantastic trip down memory lane. And if you're one of those trendy DJs (we're talking Carl Cox, not Pat Sharpe) who likes mixing it on the decks with vinyl you can put all your bangin' anthems on to your PC for transfer to CD or MP3.

    Whether it's Whitesnake, Wham, Spandau or some ancient disc belonging to your dad, the Quick Play USB Turntable can convert it. And it doesn't matter what speed the records in question are - these Turntables can handle both 33s and 45s. So why not forget about buying any new music for a while and rediscover your vinyl. All right? Not 'arf!

    Recording to MP3
    This simple guide explains how to record MP3s using your USB Turntable and the EZ vinyl converter software (included). This process is very similar for other operating systems.


    Step 1   Step 2   Step 3

    Plug into your computer via USB

     

    Load up EZ vinyl converter software

     

    Record using automatic track splitting


    Step 1   Step 2   Step 3

    Tag your tracks

     

    Export to iTunes

     

    Enjoy listening to your new MP3's!

     

    More info
    System Requirements:
    • Microsoft: Windows XP, Vista, or 7 (32 or 64 bit)
    • Apple OS X 10.4+
    • Hardware USB port
    Product Features:
    • Classic turntable design that looks great in any room of the house
    • Listen to records through your home stereo system using the RCA audio outputs
    • Receives power and transfers music to a computer using the included USB cable
    • Create MP3s from your records easily using the included EZ Converter software
    • Easily upload your digital music to a portable player to make your records mobile
    Includes:
    • QUICK PLAY LP turntable
    • USB cable
    • Software CD
    • Quick start guide
    • Mains power adapter
    Technical Support:
    Please call 01252 896080 for any technical support questions.

     

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