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Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Mommy, What Does "Sound Like A Broken Record Mean?"

I'm not sure how old you have to be to tell your kids, "I sound like a broken record," but one thing is for sure, London and Maddie wouldn't have a clue what I'm talking about if it weren't for our old "record player" down at our beach house in Bay Head, New Jersey. Rex and I have a pretty extensive collection of vinyl -- old LPs and 45's -- and some things that you can't even find on CD or download from iTunes. All of our records have seen better days, and I don't want to lose some of those precious memories...The Bay City Rollers! Andy Gibb! Peter Frampton! Shaun Cassidy! Leif Garrett! So I was excited to find a unique USB turntable that allows you to convert your old vinyl collection directly to CD or MP3 quickly and easily. It plugs directly into your computer using the included USB cable. In addition, it comes complete with a dustcover, and all cables are included.

The USB Turntable can also connect directly to your stereo receiver with the included RCA cables. All the necessary software comes with the turntable. In addition, not only can you convert your albums to MP3s or any other digital files, but the included software actually improves the quality of the recordings by eliminating some of the old pops, hisses and static they've acquired over the years. Finally, the tone arm returns to the armrest at the end of the record, just like old times

If you like this idea as much as I do, please click on my photo link below to buy one for $149.95. Thanks -- Roxy

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4 comments:

Spicybugz said...

Roxy! Congrats on your win :) I didn't even know you were battling me, until I checked. I'm glad you won.

16gb micro sd said...

Seems quite a decent MP3 player to me. Anyways interesting stuff.

Mariuca said...

Hey Roxy! It's a cool idea but 150 bucks is a tad too expensive for GP he he! Have fun with it if u're getting one! :)

Mizé said...

Hi.
A nice present for me, I love music and I have so many old records, forgotten in one shelf.
I agree with Mariuca, a bit expensive for me. Maybe in short time we can get it cheaper, all new thec works like that.
Thanks for returning my drops.
All the best.