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Old August 28, 2007, 06:20 PM
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Default ION iTTUSB 10 USB Turntable Reviewed @ Everything USB

USB turntables are a bit of an odd duck: at their core they're a device that still exists to serve of the pleasure of audiophiles and DJs - two small and elite groups - but they have digital audio converters and USB connections to facilitate conversion of sweet, sexy analog sound into easily portable digital files on your computer. Taking all of that into consideration, it's really a wonder LP lovers don't consider USB turntables the Antichrist.
Actually, that's a little unfair: plenty of people have record collections moldering in boxes in their basements that they've love to listen to again, perhaps on their mp3 players or their media PCs. They're probably looking for a fairly easy solution that sounds good. For these people, Ion Audio has the iTTUSB line, including the iTTUSB 10, a turntable with USB and RCA outputs that hopes to not only play your records, but help you digitize them with style and ease. Today's task: find out exactly how well those claims stand up to the cold, harsh light of reality. Let's go.





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Come on it's a "freaking USB turntable"
Still got tonnes of vinyl ;)
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Actually, that is pretty cool.

I do have some vinyl around, but no turntable.
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Me to....gotta get a turntable someday. Can't let all that vinyl just sit there lol.
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Picked up a nice Sony in the mid 90's, still plays just fine.
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