Well, the fact that we gave it 3 stars tells you we weren't entirely convinced by it either.
Is this one for archiving your vinyl to CD then binning it, or has it actually got arm bearings and adjustable tracking weight? I've looked on the website and can't see.
A lot of these "MP3 archiving" devices are nothing short of awful, and one would be far better served by something like a Project Debut USB, or a reasonable turntable (Dual / Rega etc) coupled to a Project Phono USB or similar phono stage from NAD.
I understand the convenience of the iProfile, but when you have to connect it to a computer to re-arrange the files, what's the point?
I'm not convinced 3 stars is really justified here.
Maybe on a Gadget-type magazine/website, but WHFSV?
I have got this unit on a 30 day sale or return basis and so am of course ripping as many of my LPs as I can get done before sending it back in lieu of not otherwise listing to some pretty rare material on LP format.
Frankly, I am have to agree with the rating given and am very disappointed in the poor quality of the sound produced by the MP3 files created. Indeed I think What HiFi may have been a little generous. 'Course there may be a number of weak links in the recording / reproduction chain but I will certainly NOT be keeping it.
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Cracking value for an all-in-one home cinema system with only a few spec and performance gripes qualifying our praise
The Samsung Galaxy S4 performs significantly better than its predecessor but has pressing issues with its interface, sound and picture quality
Good but not great – and that’s not quite enough at this hugely competitive price for AV receivers
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