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Numark PT01USB | Portable Vinyl-Archiving Turntable for 33 1/3, 45, & 78 RPM Records

4.0
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Description

  • Class-compliant USB connection, includes USB cable
  • 10% pitch control
  • Converts all 45s, 78s and 12-inch LP records
  • Includes AC adapter or battery-powered by six "D" cells (not included)

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Customer Reviews

Great product & price Really love this player. I have a couple thousand dollar setup to dj on but use this to sample records to make beats & for random listening of 45s & 33s. Works great for converting vinyl to MP3 or simple listening. It's not super loud with its small speaker but can be routed to other things via the analog cord output to play on bigger speakers if you really want to jam out. 5Great little crate digging turntable This turntable, like so many things, represents a series of trade-offs. I recommend reading through the reviews and making up your own mind.If you are expecting an audiophile turntable, this is at best a two-star turntable. There's nothing fantastic about the sound it produces. Frankly, in this price range, if you're searching for a higher quality turntable, the very first thing I would recommend doing is immediately adding about two hundred dollars to your budget. Either that or haunt thrift stores hoping for lightning to strike. Most turntables in this range are similarly equipped. I wouldn't hook it up to an audio system, either, though you can. But I am a snob, having an older Dual turntable downstairs (largely for 78s) and high level turntables from Technics and Luxman upstairs, all equipped with better sylus/needles.All of which may make you wonder why I even bought this thing, let alone am writing a review that doesn't completely slag it. (Unless you think four stars is slagging it, in which case I humbly suggest you have a problem with grade inflation). Because this turntable really shines and excels as a crate-digger's turntable, which is what I'm using it for. Using a small flotilla of "D" cell batteries, this becomes a highly portable turntable you can drag along with you when you're out searching for records at your favorite thrift store (perhaps in combination with the hunt for a better turntable). It has some really nice features, aside from the battery power. For one, you can adjust the pitch, changing the speed of the record slightly. This is important with 78s in particular, as they weren't always mastered precisely at 78. For another, it has a full compliment of speeds 33/45/78; I know it's missing 16, audio geeks, but if you find a pile of 16rpm records I'm not sure what to tell you exactly. You should have bought a lottery ticket instead?Please note if you plan to play 78s on this turntable, you should buy a 78 specific needle, which has a wider tip than a 33/45 needle. Such needles are easily found for this turntable and cost under ten bucks. The needle is relatively easy to change, although I have found the replacements can be harder to get off.The case is fairly well made, though not perfect, and I'd guess eventually I might drop and crack it. The needle tracks somewhere around 4 to 5 grams, pretty well on the heavy side, so if you find something you really really like I don't recommend playing it repeatedly. I'd like it if there were a compartment for the power cord and another one for a spare needle, but there is not and it is not a dealbreaker for me. I got around the later by gorilla taping a Pfanstiel needle box to the inside of the cover; it works fine for the intended purpose but I'm always a sucker for well thought out industrial design, especially if that thinking reflects my intended use.I haven't bothered to use this turntable's MP3 recording capability. It came with a mess of software CDs for that purpose, but I don't have the faintest idea what happened to said CDs. City dump, maybe? Other reviews should cover this capability better.Some of the other reviews mention some problems with the belt. You might consider buying an extended warranty. I didn't-- in addition to being an audio snob, I am a daredevil as well.I'd assess your needs. If you want something for occasional play of vinyl and shellac recordings, this'll probably do you fine. If you want a high degree of portability, it's a fine little turntable. If you're like me and dig through the occasional old pile of records and want a feel for what something sounds like on-site, this is probably close to indispensable. It's also reasonably priced. If you're looking for a high or mid range turntable, add dollars to your budget and move on. If you're going to play your records a lot, get a better turntable. 4Great portable turntable! Great portable turntable! The quality was better than expected. Package was nice and neat. If you need a portable turntable to test out used records at your local swap meets, play some old LP's at home, or have a scratch session with your buddies, this turntable is awesome! Although you can't compare these to Technics 1200 or other industry standard turntables, it's a cheaper alternative for on-the-go situations or listening at home. 5After a few weeks, wouldn't play records at a normal speed I got it, overall it's good, but after a few weeks my records starting playing at a slower than normal speed that was noticeable. I'm not an audiophile and I doubt I'd have detected it playing at 99% or 98% speed, but this sounded like the batteries were dying the whole time. It ruins the music because it makes familiar and loved songs annoying and frustrating by being a bit too slow.I would not buy this record player. I didn't expect perfection, but I expected it to spin a disk at a constant speed for more than a few weeks after purchase. 1Portable scratch turntable Ok heres the main point on this turntable... If you are a turntablist get it. All it needs is a platter modificatiom to make it stable and a 3gm weight on the needle. Other ppl use a nickel. I put pennies taped under my platter and this is a really good scratcher turntable for practicing on. For others wanting good sound quality, dont expect it from this. This is purely for digging records at a record store. Thats it. Other than that a good turntable for djs with some modification which will void the warrantly! Do it at your own risk! 4Great product for its INTENDED purpose!! OK let s get this out of the immediately, is this an amazing sounding turntable? NO!Why 5 stars then? Because it s nearly PERFECT for its INTENDED purpose!!If you want amazing sound you don't by a turntable under $100, hell, just a proper cartridge will run more than 3 times that!Specifications are, as expected, nothing amazing: its belt driven, plastic tone arm, plastic shell, plastic everything really, besides the brushed aluminum face plate, that said it does not fell like you bought it in Toys r Us, ok maybe it does, BUT it does feel well put together, knobs feel smooth with center lock, the built in amp is nothing special and yet it was surprisingly FLAT in the EQ, which is actually a GREAT thing if you want to preview records. It does struggle a little pushing larger over ear headphones, but it does the job!! Have not used the USB transfer software yet or have converted any songs because I have a much better unit for that but it seems to be holding RPM good, it s not perfect but for what it is I was personally VERY impressed. If you want to transfer music with high quality please go elsewhere and don t complain about this otherwise great product! But if you want to transfer few songs for personal archive or to listen on your phone, it s great, will do the job and you will be very happy. The platter feels solid, well suspended.So who should consider this turntable? I see this perfect for several types of customers,DJs (such as myself), audiophiles that love to "discover" old treasures and music collectorsif you are in this group, chances are you already have a high end turntable, in case of DJs more than one, and yes my DJ turntables do live in flight cases but that makes each one around 53 lbs!!!! so not exactly carry around easily type of thing! So why do you need a small portable alternative??I personally go and dig for records in garage sales, used record stores and anywhere i could find anything, some stores (not many nowadays) will have a record player and IF it works you might be able to preview records, for all other occasions you are on you own. So, how about a small light turntable that runs on batteries you can take with you,? Yes its perfect! it s cheap you don't worry about taking it with you and yet for all intended purposes you WILL be able to preview records you are interested in!! Let the DIGging begin!!! I love it! Now .you have bought a bunch of new records, some you dug up, others you ordered online, AAAAND its Monday, and you have to go to work..... in a cubical!! But you really want to listen to those records while you are there!! SO how about you take them with you?? What if you could put your turntable, 25 records and a pair of over ear headphones all together in a euro flight 70 case? Well now you can!! Leave the office noise in the background and enjoy your new records! Preview, sort and classify your new music!!Students:DORM LIFE, been there done that!! Constant move back and forth, no room for a toothbrush let alone a record player and speakers!! Yeah, you see where this is going....Basically anyone that might need a portable turntable but UNDERSTANDS that this is what THEY need and the expectations need to match the purpose!Favorite features: size, its small enough to fit anywhere your records do, price, battery operated, 6 D size batteries. 5Great little record player for the price For the price, this is a great little battery-operated record player. It has the flexibility to accommodate 33, 45, and 78 rpm records up to 12 inches in diameter and can run on either batteries or AC power. I bought it primarily to take "crate digging" for 78s. It gets very impressive battery life. (Using NiMH rechargeable D-cell batteries, I get well over 20 hours of spinning 78s before it starts to fade.) The included cartridge is one of those crappy ceramic cartridges -- about all you can expect for something under a hundred bucks. It's fine for casual listening, but don't expect hi-fi sound. I would NOT recommend this record player for digitizing your vinyl or shellac records because of the compromised sound quality. You really should get a proper turntable with a moving magnet or moving coil cartridge for that. However, if you just want an inexpensive, battery-operated portable record player for testing out records or casual listening on a picnic, this compact little 'table is a winner. One final thought: the built-in speaker is tinny and quiet. Even at full volume, this thing doesn't put out much sound. I got myself a Bose SoundLink Mini portable speaker and carry it around with this thing. Having a decent, powered external speaker will greatly enhance your enjoyment of this record player. (Note also that this little record player doesn't have Bluetooth, so you'll need to connect any external speakers using either the headphone output or the RCA line outs.) 4Great and worth the price I m no music snob, but this little player is great if you re not trying to also buy external speakers. My parents have tons of records from the 80s, and they all sound great on here!!I love that it can be battery operated because my room only has a few plugs, and that it s got a closed case to keep dust out. I m not sure I d travel far with it, but it is easy to bring to other rooms of my house/over to a friend s.Overall, great little player, likely suited for dorm/amateur life. Better and less gimicky than Crosleys in my opinion. I love it! 5Nothing fancy and it is really fun. I have it hooked up to my little ... I got this today and am enjoying it! So many others have reviewed this, but here is how I am using it. It is June here and have been sitting outdoors a lot. I have many ways to listen to music, but wanted to play my LPs. They get lonely in the summer :) The Numark allows me to do just that. Nothing fancy and it is really fun. I have it hooked up to my little Satechi powered speaker and it sounds great! Right now I am listening to The Fifth Dimension, The Age of Aquarius. I'll bet many people listened to this album on a portable player back in the day. Takes me back, that's for sure. I did buy some of the diamond replacement styluses for it, but the new ceramic that comes with it sounds fine for right now. Get one! 5... go buy the scratch version of this with that stupid switch that would have to be modded for decent ... I have a vestax handytrax so I already had an external crossfader with an innofader installed in it so I didnt want to go buy the scratch version of this with that stupid switch that would have to be modded for decent kutting. I updated the needle and have my own external crossfader and its fabulous and looks pretty slick. I also didnt realize how small it actually is! I also love the handle on it. This is a great little portable for all you portablists. 5
Numark PT01USB | Portable Vinyl-Archiving Turntable for 33 1/3, 45, & 78 RPM Records

Numark PT01USB | Portable Vinyl-Archiving Turntable for 33 1/3, 45, & 78 RPM Records

4.0
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€265,00
Sale price
€265,00
Regular price
€438,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€173,00)