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Author Topic: Ripping Vinyl To CDR  (Read 1697 times)
fRogGeR ExCelSuS
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« on: July 06, 2010, 01:09:33 PM »

Based on a request from Isabel, I had a friend send me the following suggestions for ripping vinyl to CDRs.  I thought the following might be of interest.


Basically four methods off the top:
A) Buy an USB Turntable ($80-$130 new, I believe, and it may be worth scouting eBay for better deals) for computer.
This option likely comes with some kind of software and a budget audio cartridge that cannot be upgraded.
B) Get a CD Recorder and attach it to the home stereo, the function serving like a tape deck. Rip discs to hard drive.
C) Find a soundcard that has RCA inputs, get a free progam like Wave Repair:
D) Get a switch device that feeds the signal from RCA-jack sources to USB, & use something like Wave Repair, I guess.
E) Procure an all-in-one system that plays records and burns them to CD, like the Crosley company models.
F) Google for details in the process.
The second option is my preferred method as it allows for fully allowing a good stereo produce high-quality burns.
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