Fancy yourself a collector of vinyl but wish you could take that nostalgic sound with you everywhere? The Conversion Turntable with Stereo Speakers makes it easy to enjoy your records and convert them to digital music. And, for a limited time, it's on sale in the Boing Boing Store for $65.99.
Here's how it works: Simply connect the turntable to your computer with the included USB cable, and its exclusive software will guide you through the steps. The software automatically separates tracks into individual files, and it also includes a built-in 1/8" auxiliary input to convert from other audio sources like cassettes. Plus, if you're good on converting, you can always kick back and enjoy your tunes with its built-in speakers or by connecting a pair of headphones into the aux port.
Now, you can get the Conversion Turntable with Stereo Speakers on sale for $65.99 in the Boing Boing Store.
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