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Tweak wrote:If you want quality, sample off CD with a DJ cd player. Its far easier sampling from CD. The whole thing about sampling vinyl is to get a little dirt with the audio. There certainly are big differences in quality for different tables and cartridges, aimed at the pro club djs and audiophiles, but I think that could be money better invested elsewhere if all you are doing is sampling. Just avoid the ultra cheap cartridges.
lv2dabay wrote:Thanks for the response... However, I currently have alot of vinyl. Any recommendations on some turntables with very good sound? I am not really into going a cheap route if the quality is significantly better. I currently have a Numark TTUSB with a an $80 cartridge. The sound I get from that isn't bad to me but I have nothing to compare it to.
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