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you have to connect it to a turntable it is not a stand alone unit
By alan wilkinson on 08 February 2015
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It is not actually a turntable it is a interface between a turntable and a pc so you would need a turntable/record player
By Donald M. on 13 August 2014
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Hello there,
Unfortunately Ion are still working on the compatibility with Windows 8.1 therefore currently the answer would be no. However this should be resolved in the near future.
Kind Regards,… see more
Hello there,
Unfortunately Ion are still working on the compatibility with Windows 8.1 therefore currently the answer would be no. However this should be resolved in the near future.
Kind Regards,
Chris. see less

By AVC Online Outlet on 03 December 2014 SELLER
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Since the music on vinyl is not digital, it has no file names. However, the ION Audio equipment creates files as Track 1; Track 2; etc. I then renamed the files (with the aid of the album sleeves) by right clicking the file & selecting "Rename"
By Keith Spradbury on 23 August 2015
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Absolute rubbish. Dont buy you will be dissapointed
By Terry J. Denton on 26 May 2016
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Yes you do and as I refuse to get itunes I purchased this instead;
QUMOX HIFI RECORD PLAYER TURNTABLE USB TURNTABLE MP3 ENCODING CONVERTER, which has worked well but does not work with 45s. I hope this helps.

By patrick on 06 December 2014
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Its an alright bit of kit but i would say buy something of higher spec
By Lissyglissy on 19 January 2015
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I think it should work on any turntable with phono output for left & right channels. I am using it with a Sony radio/record player which is around 45 years old.
By Keith Spradbury on 21 December 2015
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This is purely a gadget that transfers the signal to your computer-you can transfer the signal via a turntable,tape or minisdisc-if your record player is geared for all speeds then you will be ok to transfer via the gadget
By Georgie on 30 January 2014