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Akai A60008 USB Turntable - Black

GBP 32.99

RRP: £99.99

£32.99

You Save: £67.00

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  • Description

    Convert your favourite vinyl records to mp3 via USB, simply attach the included USB cable into your laptop and computer and let the EZ vinyl converter software guide you through with step by step instructions, providing you with no limits when listening to your music on the go. Whether you are storing music on your computer, an MP3 device or on a CD, you can be sure that this turntable has all that you are looking for.

    With high quality performance and simplistic, sleek design, this turntable provides high quality and easy functionality whilst displaying a modern take on the classic turntable design. The USB port and auxiliary output included within the turntable enables conversion to other media outlets, giving you further opportunities to play your favourite music on other devices.

    ts black exterior allows the device to fit amongst any household décor as well as being easily portable for use in a variety of locations. Experience rich, quality sound and surround yourself with all of your favourite music with the turntables built-in speaker, volume and RCA output, allowing you to plug the device into any set of speakers for optimum listening potential.

    Features:

    • Convert vinyl LPs to mp3 via USB
    • EZ vinyl converter software guides you through step by step
    • Plays 33 / 45 / 78 rpm
    • Volume control
    • PC encoding
    • Built-in speaker
    • RCA output
    • USB cable included
    • Software CD included
  • Product Details
    Brand:
    Akai

Customer Reviews

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Top Customer Reviews

Where reviews refer to foods or cosmetic products, results may vary from person to person. Customer reviews are independent and do not represent the views of The Hut Group.

Blast back to the past

Fantastic turntable for the price, perfect for those who want a no frills vinyl player. Haven't used the software that comes with it yet. Only downside is the built in speaker is a bit tinny, but a great starter for those who are trying to build up their record collection.

Akai USB deck

Although this deck does what it says in the instructions, the quality of the cartridge and therefore the sound from my vinyl records is very poor. It isn't possible to fit a separately bought cartridge of higher quality. The Audacity software that comes with the deck is good. At the bargain price this deck was sold at I think it would suffice for pop music or a non-discerning ear but not for classical music.

Great buy.

The revival of vinyl got me playing my old LP's again. This player let me convert them to MP3 and put them all on a memory stick once I got the hang of the softwear. Great buy. Doesn't play to end of some records, but I'm sure there will be an adjustment somewhere.

flimsy

You get what you pay for I suppose. made from cheap flimsy plastic. Can't believe they ever expected to sell this at full price!!! I reckon mine is faulty as the arm seems to wobble and when you play a 12" or album it won't play the first inch without skipping, like it's on a spring that's adjusted wrong. 3 stars for the sound quality as it sounds great when put out of a decent speaker. built in one is next to useless but I suppose it's more of a monitor for the job in hand.

I'm spinning around

The turntable is great for playing big black round records, the software to convert to digital is rather tricky and takes lots of playing with before I got the knack.

Vinyl Revived

This is a great little turntable - for the sale price. It's not a sturdy piece of German sound system engineering - but you know that when you buy it! As you'd expect, the sound quality is not good from the turntable but I'm expecting better things when I've connected it up to my sound system/laptop. It's neat and has all 3 record speeds so I might even drag out the two 78rpm records that have survived.