Summary: I selected this based on an excellent review titled "USB Turntable Comparison Guide" that I found using the Google. Features such as a magnetic pickup, metal turntable, angled arm, etc., makes this unbeatable for the price. I'm using this to digitize a few hundred albums from the 60's and 70's and I feel confident it'll do the job. The included software works okay, but for a project like mine, you'll need something like Acoustica's Spin It Again.
Summary: The unit did not operate as advertised so I attempted to access tech services. After receiving an E-mail which was little help, I called the customer service number only to find that services for this product are E-mail only...no phone access. As the E-mail service was limited, and did not solve the problem, I returned the unit.
Summary: It works flawlessly and sounds great. I haven't connected it to my computer, but so far I haven't had any problems. Mine shipped without the connectors, cd's, manuals and record mat. I called Audio Technica and they sent them right away, no questions asked... Two days later I received the missing parts. Great service.
Pros: Durable, Easy Controls, Easy To Set Up, Great Sound
Summary: I had to return the product to J & R, at my own expense, as it was not working properly - brand new, out of the box. It looks as though it would be a good product, and serve as advertised. I am dismayed that brand new electronics would not be working properly - and that I would have to return it at my own expense.
Summary: I'm giving this the lowest possible rating because of the terrible USB quality. It works fine using the RCA outputs, but you might as well buy the cheaper Audio Technica AT-PL50 Belt Drive Turntable if you only need RCA. When using the USB there was tons of extra noise, loud enough to hear even over the music. Plus it clipped like crazy. If you don't know, clipping is when the volume is too loud for the digital conversion to work so you get distorted sound.