The easiest way to digitize your vinyl.

The TTUSB is a unique, plug and play, USB compatible turntable that makes digitizing your vinyl record collection to your PC or Mac a snap. Packaged with all the necessary cables to connect with a computer or stereo playback system, along with software to remove clicks, pops, and other undesirable characteristics of vinyl, the TTUSB is a comprehensive package that breathes new life into older recordings.

As an added benefit, the TTUSB also includes a 1/8–inch stereo mini jack input connector to facilitate the transfer of cassette tapes (or similar line level sources) to computer files–making this unit the perfect tool for archiving older recordings, regardless of their original format. Export your analog music to popular digital formats such as WAV or MP3, and turn your old, forgotten records to the top of your digital music playlist.

FEATURES

  • Adjustable Anti–Skate control for increased stereo balancing
  • 33 1/3 and 45 RPM speed playback, with 78 rpm support via software
  • Line level RCA outputs with built–in preamp
  • Adjustable pitch control ±10%
  • 1/8” stereo line input, RCA line outputs
  • USB computer connectivity for PC and Mac
  • Packaged with all necessary cables to connect with computer or stereo playback system
  • Included EZ Vinyl / Tape Converter software quickly rips your vinyl collection directly to iTunes
  • Class Compliant: this product is immediately compatible with every current and future version of Mac OS X and iOS and with Windows (98SE and up) operating systems
  • Minimum System Requirements (PC):

    • Windows 2000/XP/Vista
    • USB 1.1 port
    • Audio Recording program (to capture the audio from your vinyl)
    • Minimum System Requirements (MAC):

      • Mac OS X 10.4.x*
      • USB 1.1 port
      • Audio Recording program (to capture the audio from your vinyl)

      • *This product includes EZ Converter software that requires Mac OS 10.4 or higher.
      • Additional Product Specs:

        • Product Weight (with Packaging): 12 lbs
        • Turntable Weight: 7.7 lbs
        • Master CTN dimensions: 20.27” x 17.16” x 6.85”
        • Motor: Belt Drive
        • Pitch: +/- 10%, 33 1/3 RPM or 45 RPM operation
        • Inputs: 1/8” stereo line level
        • Outputs: RCA (LINE/PHONO), USB Audio
  • What operating systems is this product compatible with?
    • This product is class compliant; it’s immediately compatible with every current and future version of Mac OS X and iOS and with Windows (98SE and up) operating systems.
  • When the turntable is connected to my computer, I get no sound from any of my other programs. Why?
    • A: When you first connect the turntable, Windows XP (and Mac OSX) will often select the "USB Audio Codec" as the audio input and output for your entire system. Since your turntable does not have speakers, audio will not be heard from your programs until you tell Windows not to use the turntable as an output device. Here
  • I have selected my computer's sound card for playback, and the "USB Audio Codec" for recording in Audacity's preferences screen, but the turntable's sound is still not playing through my speakers. What now?
    • A: All that is left to do is to tell Audacity that you want it to play any sound from the turntable out through your soundcard's speakers. This option is called "Monitor Input." Here's how to find and enable it:

      Next to the round playback control buttons you should see the Input and Output meters. They are each labeled with "L" and "R." Underneath the "L" and "R" labels of the input level meter, you will see a small icon that looks like a microphone (see the picture below). To the right of this icon is a black arrow that points downward. Click this arrow, and select "Monitor Input." The input level meters should now be active, and you should hear sound when you play your turntable.


  • I am following the instructions, and the turntable is connected to my computer's USB cable and turned on, but my computer does not recognize the device. In Audacity's preferences screen, there is no "USB Audio Codec" option under default recording. What should I do?
    • A: If you are running Windows XP or Mac OSX, everything needed to get the TTUSB communicating with the computer is built right into the operating system on your computer. Once you connect the TTUSB to your computer with the USB cable that came in the box, your computer will recognize it as an audio input device titled "USB Audio Codec." The driver is written by Windows (or Macintosh) and is part of the system.
  • The turntable is playing too fast...the vocals sound like chipmunks. Is my turntable broken?
    • A: This is most often due to a belt that is improperly installed. If the belt slips out of the groove when the turntable is played, and is able to ride up or down on the spindle, the platter will spin too fast. You'll need to adjust the position of the belt on the inner ring of the platter. The inner ring of the platter is quite a bit wider than the belt itself. The belt should wrap around the middle part of the inner ring. If it is wrapped too high or too low around the inner ring, it could cause the other half of the belt to ride up or down on the spindle.
        Follow these steps to check the belt for proper alignment:
      1. Remove both the record and the slip mat from the turntable.
      2. Rotate the platter so that you can see the brass motor spindle through one of the holes in the platter (it should be located in the bottom-left corner of the turntable).
      3. Reposition the belt so that it is wrapped around the spindle's groove.
  • Do I need to connect the RCA cables from the turntable to my computer? My computer does not have any jacks for RCA connections. What do I do?
    • A: The best way to connect your TTUSB to your computer is via USB. If you use USB you don't need to connect the RCA cables to your computer. However, you can also connect the turntable via RCA to your home stereo for use without the computer. Home stereo receivers can have two types of analog audio inputs: Line Level and Phono Level. They both use the same standard RCA connection. Line Level inputs are typically labeled "CD, DVD, VCR, AUX, LINE" etc. Phono inputs will always be labeled "Phono." Make sure to select the proper signal level (on the bottom of the TTUSB) for the type of stereo input you are using. If you're using USB only, the switch position does not matter.
  • I am having a hard time finding the "BELT". Did you forget to package one with my turntable?
    • A: The "BELT" is actually preinstalled around the large ring on the underside of the turntable platter [please see image below].

      If you can not seem to find the belt under the platter...please check thoroughly in the box and other packaging material, as it might have fallen off. If you still are unable to locate the belt...please contact our Technical Support department at 401.658.3131 or support@numark.com, and we will be happy to send one out to you.


MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS