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ION LP 2 CD


$300.00 Released February, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Easy to figure out how to use, not very complicated. Software figures out where the tracks are by itself, works unattended. Audio recordings are high-quality and leave very little to be desired.

The Cons:Software takes awhile to recognize songs and artists being recorded, not 100% accurate. Process is a bit time consuming, have to play the whole record through at normal speed to make this work. Manual and directions make it all seem more complicated than it is, poorly written.

The ION LP 2 CD is a high-end belt-drive turntable that allows you to convert your LPs into CDs. This turntable contains an internal CD burner, so that you just have to play an LP on the turntable and it will be burned onto a CD.

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You can record full albums or make custom mix CDs in this way. With the ION LP 2 CD's USB interface, you can also transfer the music from your LPs onto your computer (whether it is a PC or a Mac). To that end, this turntable is equipped with iTunes software that makes for quick and easy importing to your library. The included free download version of EZ Vinyl Converter with Gracenote MusicID provides automatic track naming. The ION LP 2 CD turntable is able to play 33 1/3 vinyl as well as 45 RPM vinyl. 

Features

  • Belt-drive
  • Internal CD burner
  • USB interface
  • iTunes software
  • EZ Vinyl Converter w/ Gracenote MusicID
  • Stand-alone/computer compatible
  • Mac/PC compatible
  • Tonearm
  • Cartridge
  • 33 1/3 and 45 RPM vinyl supported
  • Dustcover
  • RCA audio cable
  • AC adapter
  • Quick start guide

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    easy to figure out how to use, not very complicated

  • 1

    software figures out where the tracks are by itself, works unattended

  • 1

    audio recordings are high-quality and leave very little to be desired

  • 1

    built with durable, high-quality components that won't fail with time

Cons
  • 1

    software takes awhile to recognize songs and artists being recorded, not 100% accurate

  • 1

    process is a bit time consuming, have to play the whole record through at normal speed to make this work

  • 1

    manual and directions make it all seem more complicated than it is, poorly written

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