Turntable with digital recording to USB thumb drive.
Derrick Alcock, Amazon
3 March 2014
Summary: Replaced my 45 year old Garrard so that I can turn LPs to CDs. Once I practiced the button sequence this does its job well. Sound quality is plenty good for me. Records in MP3 format. Have to convert for CD players. .wav works for most, but one of mine needs .cda. Be careful down loading freebie converters; they try to take over your computer. I have not found one yet.
seriously, a PYLE of junk. I wish I could give it 0 stars
Adam Forst, Amazon
25 February 2014
Summary: I was really excited when this arrived - it looks nice and filled the space I had for it perfectly. Then I put that needle on the record. That is where my love affair with this piece of crap ended. This turntable has what I can confidently call the worst speakers in the history of recorded music. I have heard pre-electric gramophone machines that sound clearer. I have a free alarm clock radio that sounds clearer.
I think I mostly hate this Pyle because I am sorely disappointed
Michael Cohen "twcable", Amazon
3 February 2014
Summary: OK. I knew what I was getting into when I purchased this record player. The ratings were mediocre at best, but I wanted a player for my mother that would record her albums without having to connect to a computer. Mission accomplished. You do not need a computer to record; just an SD card or flash drive. Unfortunately, the recording sounds like stereo... and then mono; and then stereo... and then mono; In the same song.