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ION USB iLP Turntable

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Product overview

• Convert your records directly to iPad, iPhone or iPod* — no computer needed!
• Phono outputs for listening to your LPs on your home stereo or home theatre system
• Optional computer connection via USB for conversion and archiving to Mac or PC
• Free EZ Vinyl / Tape Converter software included for Mac and PC
• Free EZ Vinyl and Tape Converter app for iPad, iPhone or iPod (downloads via App Store)
• App automatically separates tracks
• Hinged dust cover protects needle and keeps turntable clean

Enjoy all of your vinyl music on your iPad, iPod touch or iPhone 4.*

Transfer your music directly from your records to your iPad, iPhone or iPod with iLP from ION Audio. iLP’s stylish looks make it the perfect centrepiece in your home music system, and its built-in dock allows you to transfer all of your vinyl music directly to your iPad, iPhone or iPod using the included EZ Vinyl and Tape Converter app — no computer necessary! The iLP turntable is designed to be the perfect centrepiece in your home music system. Its contemporary, low-profile form is finished in sleek piano black, making it ideal if you want a turntable that looks as good as it sounds. Connect to your home stereo system using iLP's standard RCA outputs and transfer your music to your iPad, iPhone or iPod while you listen.

If you'd like to store your music on a computer, iLP does that too. Simply connect to your Mac or PC using the included USB cable and your ready to transfer and convert your records. ION Audio’s exclusive EZ Vinyl / Tape Converter software guides you through the steps as you transform your records into convenient digital files. Convert your music in style with iLP from ION Audio.

*Compatible with iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPad, iPad 2 and iPod touch 4th Gen only.

Rated 3 out of 5 by from Never got around to fully installing this turntable. Noticed the insructions said the 'i'dock did not charge the i-appliance.... then checked whether it supported 'playback'... It didn't. aborted the installation. All this despite me checking in the shop... I'm sure it did everything else well though... Exchanged it for the 'Profile Plus' version. See seperate review. (same software)
Date published: 2013-06-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Ok - Ish This turntable was a Christmas present from my wife and results have been mixed. I have experienced problems with "skipping" on quite a few of my records, it especially dislikes playing 12" singles on 45RPM, I have yet to play any 12" single without either skipping or sticking taking place and my records are all in very good condition. While it copes ok with some of the 33RPM albums I have tried, there seems to be an inherent issue with skipping which means you are always relieved if one side of a record is played without any issues. I have attempted to resolve by adjusting the balance as much as possible and even that old trick of adding a weight (1p coin) on the top of the cartridge itself. I am not sure if it is the cartridge itself at fault or the actual geometrics of the arm itself so I am going to persevere and look at getting a replacement cartridge to see if that makes any difference. I am not sure if one possible cause may be that the platter is only seven inches which means that 12inch disks are not fully supported all the way to the edge of the disk. With regard to the recording side of things, that is ok as long as you do it a track at a time rather than leaving the recorder running for the whole side of an album, when I have tried to do this i get an error message saying there is not enough storage space (but it finds enough space when tracks are recorded individually), the recording quality is ok though. One thing that I have found is that when playing a record the sound is rather "tinny" and "harsh", I connect the turntable through a Sony system and I have to have the bass turned up full and the treble turned to minimum whereas I usually have everything set to a neutral or mid setting. So overall I would say that the system is ok as long as you are playing albums, it may be that I can cure the skipping issue by some more tweaking before having to return the product.
Date published: 2014-01-09
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