Numark LP 2 CD is a professional tool for high-quality conversion of vinyl recordings to CD, WAV, or MP3, with or without a computer.
Features & Specs
* USB turntable with integrated flash memory system and built-in CD burner for all-in-one recording from vinyl to CD
* Mastering by Alesis, finest-possible conversion audio quality and superior CD-recording consistency
* USB audio interface, analog (RCA) line in, and analog (RCA) line out for comprehensive connection
* EZ Vinyl Converter 2 (PC) and EZ Audio Converter (Mac) software for easy, intuitive recording
* Audacity audio editing software assists in reduction of noise, clicks, and pops from worn recordings
* Stereo line input, stereo line output, and USB audio interface provide connectivity to any audio source, system, Mac, or PC
* Connect a cassette, minidisc, reel-to-reel, eight-track, or any other audio source
* Digitize your audio and record it to CD or transfer to your Mac or PC
* Internal 1GB flash memory to store and rearrange your playlist before burning to CD
* Mastering engine, DSP, and CD burning by Alesis
* Aluminum platter
o LP 2 CD turntable with dustcover
o 45 RPM adapter
o USB cable
o Power cable
o Software CD
o Quick start guide
* Belt-drive turntable with premium tonearm and cartridge
* 33 1/3, 45 and, 78 RPM speeds and pitch control
* Built-in audio-CD burner records at 12X
* 1GB flash-memory system
* Records on blank audio CD-R discs
* USB audio interface (44.1kHz, 16-bit), Mac and PC compatible
* Minimum system requirements for use with computer
o PC: Windows XP or Vista, 500 MHz Pentium, QuickTime 7.1.6
o Mac: OS X 10.3.9, 500 MHz G3, QuickTime 6.5.2
o USB port
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