NUMARK PT-01USB CONVERTS VINYL TO DIGITAL ANYWHERE
New version of the popular turntable, the portable, Battery-Powered PT-01USB Turntable System Includes EZ Vinyl Converter 2 Software.
Numark, the world’s leading manufacturer of products for the DJ market, announces the release of PT-01USB, the company’s portable vinyl archiving system.
PT-01USB permits users to listen to and transfer their vinyl records to digital MP3 files anywhere and anytime thanks to its convenient, rugged design and ability to run on either wall or battery power. An RCA line output is provided for simple connection to any DJ, PA, or stereo system. An auxiliary input allows conversion of audio from any cassette deck or other audio source. A monitoring speaker is built-in for standalone listening.
Numark’s powerful EZ Vinyl Converter 2 software is included, and is the simplest way to get audio from records into a PC-based iTunes music library. EZ Vinyl Converter 2 automatically separates individual tracks and comes with a free download of features Gracenote® MusicID technology which names tracks automatically. EZ Audio Creator 2 is also included for Mac users. PT-01USB also comes with Audacity software for assisting users with reduction of clicks, pops and other noises in tracks.
The EZ Vinyl Converter 2 now ships with all Numark USB turntables including TTUSB, TTXUSB, TTi, LP 2 CD and PT-01USB. Current owners of these turntables can download the new version of the software for free at www.numark.com.
Key features of PT-01USB include:
- Plug and play USB connection to Mac or PC
- Protective dustcover and integrated carrying handle
- Fits inside a standard 12-inch record case
- Wall-powered with included AC adapter or battery-powered (six "D" cells, not included)
- Built-in monitoring speaker
- Belt-drive motor with 33, 45 and 78 RPM settings
- +/-10% pitch control
- Converts all records up to 12-inches
- RCA line and headphone outputs
- 45 RPM adapter included
- Cartridge included
- USB cable included
PT-01USB is the most convenient tool for converting vinyl records to digital WAV or MP3 files for use on CD, iPod, hard disk player, or computer. It is due at retailers in Q3-2008.