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.
Summary: I bought the Denon as a replacement for another turntable which had ceased working. Not being an audiophile I was still able to appreciate that the Denon was good value for money. It was easy to set up and simplicity to use. I look forward to many hours of record playing with the Denon.
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.
Brilliant sound and performance but feels fragile.
GrandpaGrumps, Richer Sounds
21 April 2015
Summary: Does what it is supposed to do and the sound clarity is brilliant. The MP3 USB Memory Stick works though the level seems low. I am really enjoying this turntable linked to a Technics Amp with Mordaunt Short speakers and an active sub-woofer.
Summary: Sound from my old LP's is very good. I've got it connected to the phono-in on the stereo amp. +'s Easy to use. Software is great. You can split tracks from the USB files and ID them... brings in the artwork too!
Summary: I purchased this specifically for transferring vinyl recordings to my computer. I initially panicked when the instructions stated compatibility was Windows XP, 2000 or Vista, but I charged ahead and installed it on my Windows 7.
Summary: It's a good turntable, so far. The only thing I miss is a locking tonearm. I wanted it for transferring music from LPs to my computer and that's what it does. I use "Spin It Again" software and both combined are great.