Excerpt: When I saw this turntable with USB drive recording I went for it. I have a lot of vinyl that I haven't listened to for years. It's a little tricky to know when to start recording but it works really well. Not too happy with the software. I found using Audacity freeware is great for editing.
Excerpt: I purchased this turntable mainly to convert my analog opera collection to my computer music files. While the quality of the turntable is not up to Denon's high quality standards, the reproduction sound is spot on.
This product is exactly what we wanted and is easy to set up and use
Music01, Richer Sounds
3 August 2015
Summary: This has turned out to be one of our best recent purchases. There is something special about putting a record onto a turntable. The reproduction is excellent with the added bonus that you can download your music onto a usb so you can listen to it remotely.
Summary: I bought this for my daughter's 16th as an entry level turntable to be used in conjunction with the Cambridge Go. The aim was to give her full flexibility around a vinyl system with a bluetooth speaker set-up that would be portable.
Summary: Bought as a package – Denon PMA520A, Denon DP200USP and Tannoy Mercury V1. I bought this package to allow me to listen to all my old vinyl. Easy to set up and was listening to music I have not heard for years, within an hour. Impressed with the crisp and clean sound quality at all frequencies.
Summary: I purchased a Denon DM39 HiFi from the Leicester Branch in 2014 and thought about adding a turntable (not just a USB conversion), but after reading about what was involved such as adding an amp at extra cost I decided to call in and get some advise.