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    Question Is this thing legit?

    I was thinking about paying a guy local to do this- he'd clean them , then record them for me, @ $20 a pop. But this looks like a much better deal, just don't know if this is a scam or not?

    http://www.dak.com/reviews/2020story...Srh=turntables
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    I remember DAK Industries. I once bought a passive subwoofer from them. Huge thing. That was ages ago, I had no idea they were still in business. I might have bought some other stuff from them too, but don't remember what it was. It is a legitimate business, but don't believe everything you read, use some common sense. All you need to do this is a preamp to get your turntable connected to your PC, then some software to record with.

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    If you were dubbing a mass amount of vinyl, I'd say go for it. But I would have it done professionally for just a few. Plus, AudioFilet has the right idea with making your own version.

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    So, the question is: TT w/USB, or, TT w/ RCA's> Phono preamp w/ USB> high end sound card w/ software?
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    I bought a USB TT for my brother a while back, but I'm not sure how it works. They come with their own software, and I think the USB signal is digital & has to be converted by the software. I've never actually done this myself before, but have been planning on it. I have a Nad PP2, and was just going to try & hook that up to my PC & see what happens. I have several different software programs I can try. I also have a Zoom H4 digital recorder. I might try connecting that directly up to my preamp outputs and see what happens. It'll be fun anyway.

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    IMHO, compact discs of your favorite vinyl recordings is an easy way to go. :D

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