Record players and vinyl records have come full circle (no pun intended), with more and more people rediscovering their value in both sound and aesthetic. A record player is a more involving experience than your average CD player, with its lossless format giving you a full-fidelity listening experience. Most record players can adapt to your standard 33 RPM and 45 RPM speeds too, allowing you to switch between vinyl sizes. An added bonus of owning a record player is that many of the vinyl records you buy come with sleeves or inner art that you don’t always find with CDs. So, while you listen to your new record you can also read about how it came to be!
Sony USB Turntable
The Sony USB stereo record player is a belt-drive turntable with a built-in phono stage and USB output that will help you to plug into any amp with standard phono inputs or directly into PCs, iPod, and other compatible USB audio devices. Using the USB connection, you can also import all the music onto your computer and create MP3 files to store on a PC or bring along with you on your favorite portable player.
Jam Sound Turntable
The sleek Jam Sound Turntable is your all in one vinyl solution. Embrace the sweet sound and delights of your records, with three speeds and built-in speakers, there is not a vinyl out there the Jam Sound cannot play. The record player has instant dual-speaker audio which comes right out the box. You can even spread the sound throughout the party by plugging in an external speaker.
Audio Technica Direct Drive
The Audio Technica features a high-torque direct-drive motor for quick start-ups and a USB output that connects directly to your computer. A USB cable and adapter cables are included along with Mac- and PC-compatible Audacity software to digitize your LPs.
Audio Technica Fully Automatic USB Turntable
The Audio Technica Fully Automatic record player comes equipped with a USB output that allows direct connection to your computer. The turntable features a built-in switchable phono preamp that enables it to be connected directly to a computer, home stereo, powered speakers and other components that have no dedicated turntable input.