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Veho VTT-001 Music Lab USB LP Turntable converter to PC

by Veho
1.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)

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  • USB Connection (1.1 & 2.0)
  • Compatible with 33, 45 & 78rpm records
  • Compatible with 7", 10" and 12" LP records
  • Recording and Editing software included

Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 4.5 Kg
  • Item model number: VTT-001
  • ASIN: B001H30RDE
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 30 Sep 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 1.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 83,087 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Spin those wheels of steel, 21st Century style.MP3 players and digital music downloads may be all the rage, but that doesn't mean we should throw out those old LPs.

The Veho USB Turntable allows you to digitise LP records, converting them into digital music files you can play on your computer, MP3 player, mobile phone and many other devices. It connects to any PC or laptop via a standard USB connection, and using the bundled software you can record the sound from any record. The Turntable supports 33, 45 and 78rpm records and is compatible with 7, 10 and 12" LPs. You can even use it as a standard record player with the standard RCA output connections. The smart designer Piano black body won't look out of place in your home, and it uses a belt drive system and Stereo ceramic stylus. Extend the life of your record collection with this fantastic gadget that mixes the oldest and the newest audio technology.


Convert vinyl records to digital music files
Connects via USB port
Plays 33, 45 and 78rpm records
Compatible with 7, 10 and 12" LPs
Compact footprint
Piano black body
Belt drive system
Stereo ceramic stylus
Auto and manual stop
RCA output - 0.3-0.5w
Recording and editing software included

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Customer Reviews

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Poor quality 10 Jun 2009
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Cosmetically not unappealing, albeit a little on the cheap side, but build quality is very poor. The platter on mine moved up and down as it rotated so needle skipped constantly. Returned as faulty and purchased a soundlab usb turntable instead.
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46 of 48 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Important tip. 9 Feb 2009
Essy to set up out of the box. We used it to put a 60 year old 78rpm record onto iTunes and it worked a treat. The only thing I would say is that you need to put a 2 pence piece on the arm, or otherwise the needle can skate over the surface of the record. We experimented with various LPs and this was the perfect solution. Overall, I would recommend this highly and I am having alot of fun in reviving my old record collection!
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Simple to use turntable. Manual could be better. 17 Mar 2009
The turntable is simple to use. It has few controls and is very basic. There is no on/off switch. Moving the arm across to the record switches it on. There is no cueing control. The unit comes with a spare stylus and a USB lead. It has phono sockets for connection to a hi fi but phono leads are not included. Audacity sound editing software is provided on a CD. Most of the brief manual is about Audacity. The manual is not very clear but reading it while reviewing the menu options on screen it is possible to get the hang of the basics reasonably quickly. Important to note is the Properties menu option to set up a few parameters such as stereo input. Audacity uses its own editable file format. Audacity files can be exported into a WAV or MP3 file. For copyright reasons the utility to convert an Audacity file into MP3 does not come in the box but is available for free download.

If you want to burn an audio CD you will need software to convert the WAV file into CD audio format. This, again is not part of the kit supplied, so you may need to pay out a little more money to buy additional software for this if you do not have it already. Nero seems to be a reliable package for this task.

In summary, a very simple piece of hardware which seems to work well, but be prepared for a bit of a learning curve with the software.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Stay away! 3 Oct 2009
Although the price is appealing, it should tell you all you need to know about this very poor piece of junk. Firstly, when placing the needle on the record, it skids merrily across the top, probably ruining them in the process. I had read that somebody suggested placing a 2p piece on the arm to add some weight, but surely if it was any good, you wouldnt have to do this?! The sound quality (when i managed to get it to play a few seconds) was appalling, and completely unlistenable. This product should not be offered for sale in my opinion, a shoddy piece of rubbish, not fit for purpose. All i ask is for it to work, and it doesnt, end of story. Steer well clear, and spend more on a quality piece of kit.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Total Trash 1 Nov 2009
Rubbish. Utterly rubbish. This device is shoddily made and I question if it should even be sold as I cannot believe it satisfies the sale of goods acts' definition of "fir for purpose". Not one of my records, which are all in pretty good nick, although some have a little warping, played without skipping. This is a vinyl player. Vinyl is prone to warping and so record players compensate for that but you forgive the occasional blip. Since the purpose of this device is for transferring vinyl to mp3, skips are not acceptable and to have the needle skip across the whole record, potentially damaging it on the way is totally unacceptable.

Do not waste your money on this pile of scrap - do yourself a favour and buy something better. I only gave it one star because I Amazon won't let you give any less.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Veho VTT-001 Extremely poor product! 5 Aug 2010
I bought one of these over a year ago hoping to convert my vinyl collection to digital but, for various reasons, did not get it out of its packing till today. I was apalled at the sound quality - loud hiss and poor audio. I tried it through my home stereo and the effect was equally bad. My vinyls are in really good condition but this device skipped and jumped across them, dragged a trail of dust behind the stylus (which my trusty Pioneer deck does not) that makes me suspect the stylus is actually gouging the vinyl's grooves - and when you look at the size of the Veho stylus it looks rather large compared to my excellent Shure stylus.
So I would say avoid this product.
I am extremely disappointed, as I bought it through a Sunday Times offer, most of which have been good value in my experience.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Absolute rubbish 5 Jan 2010
This product is so bad it's not true - makes you wonder why anyone bothered to manufacture it. It has failed to play any albums - in all cases the playing arm skates across the surface without engaging in the groove and probably damaging the surface in the process. The operating manual suggests taping a coin to the playing arm to add weight - I'd not seen this tip since using my parents stereogram in 1971 and had assumed turntable technology had progressed a bit since then. One taped coin and then two taped coins had no effect whatsoever. Avoid at all cost.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Veho USB music lab 8 Aug 2009
By J2910
The veho comes complete with audigy software. Good points are the price and recording is straight forward.

Bad points: I would have liked to have seen a perspex cover over the whole unit which would protect it from dust and damage. Also, there is no way to just play an LP without converting it to digital first.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
1.0 out of 5 stars Not very good quality
The turntable is not flat, which means that the stylus bounces. I wouldn't recommend this item of equipment to anyone!
Published 5 months ago by Anthony Moir
1.0 out of 5 stars Skips straight across brand new vinyl
Tried with various records, including completely new, fresh from the sleeve vinyl, and it skips across on every one. Avoid!
Published on 4 Jan 2010 by Honor Murphy
1.0 out of 5 stars Skippy the turntable poo
Well i tried two of these,both skipped across my pristine records,and no i dont want to stick a coin on the arm and plough them. Read more
Published on 4 Nov 2009 by Jeffbiker
4.0 out of 5 stars Project: Vinyl Conversion
After getting quite excited by the purchase I sat down to play with the product. Firstly the gripes; the cartridge could be a little better and the housing at the to hold the... Read more
Published on 23 Aug 2009 by Bill P
1.0 out of 5 stars digital turntable
not impressed with this product because the stylus continually skips across vinyl records, even those which are virtually unplayed
Published on 16 July 2009 by jolly roger
1.0 out of 5 stars Veho USB Turntable
I have been waiting over 3 weeks for the customer Service section to respond to me, they say they aim to reply within 48 hours so I'm not very happy at all.
Published on 17 April 2009 by Mrs. L. Hobson
1.0 out of 5 stars Motor noise is louder than the music...
I didn't expect this to be amazing, but i thought at least the music would be louder than the motor noise. It wasn't. Read more
Published on 4 April 2009 by Mr. R. A. Faulkner
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