The same great quality performance as our highly respected Phono Box II, except now there's the addition of a high-quality A/D converter!
Now at the same time as listening to your music through your traditional hi-fi, you can record your vinyl to a computer or laptop, which will later allow you to transfer your music to your iPod or other digital music source. The front-facing attenuator on the unit allows for full control over the gain of your USB signal; this can help avoid distorted and/or 'clipping' recordings. This unit also benefits from a Line input, allowing you to record Line-Level sources, such as a tape deck, to your computer as well.
- Metal case shields the electronics from vibrational and electromagnetic interference.
- Small size allows installation close to record player.
- Special low-noise ICs used.
- Optimal channel separation through dual-mono circuitry.
- Gold plated RCA connection sockets.
- Outboard power supply included.
- Amplification and RIAA equalisation for MM and MC cartridges
- Digitalisation of analog signals for recording direct to disk via USB with suitable recording programs
- Automatic recognition, without additional driver, by standard PC
- Runs on Windows® and Mac OS® operating systems
- Phono MM/MC selection switch located at the rear of the unit
Key Technical Data:
||MM - 47kΩ / 120pF
MC - 100Ω / 120pF
||MM - 40dB
MC - 60dB
|Output Voltage Typically:
||300mV / 1kHz @ 3mV / 1kHz (MM Input)
300mV / 1kHz @ 0.3mV / 1kHz (MC Input)
|Gain (Line Input):
||Burr Brown PCM2904
16-Bit Delta Sigma
||32, 44.1 and 48kHz
||Digital Serial Data Protocol USB 1.1
||Windows XP, Vista, 7
||Phono - 1 Pair RCA Phono Sockets
Line - 3-Pole 3.5mm Coaxial Jack
||1 Pair RCA Phono Sockets
|Outboard Power Supply:
||103 x 36 x 104mm
103 x 36 x 115mm (Including Sockets)
580g (Without Power Supply)