Now here is something that will work, especially for the ones who have those old LPs lying around gathering dust. While we all know that today is the era of the MP3, there are still some songs out there that are only available in the ancient storage of long playing records. While the interface on capturing the audio may take some work, here is something that can make it all easier for you.
The DP-200USB Turntable allows the user to convert their vinyl tracks into MP3s. All you need to do is put on the disc, and insert a USB flash drive in front. Hitting the start and record buttons is all you need to do from there, and the entire album is stored on a convenient flash drive that you can plug into any PC, anywhere.
The DP-200USB includes a Trans Music Manager, which allows the user to obtain track numbers and information. Trans Music Manager detects silent spaces between tracks, and using a PC will allow the user to access the Gracenote music ID server and obtain track information.
Other features include a built-in phono equalizer which allows the user to enjoy the music on a mini audio system or radio cassette player. The DP-200USB is also a fully automatic player which will automatically adjust its arm for whatever size of record that you are playing.