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  1. Hi, I just signed up here today after discovering this site during some Googling. Maybe it's a bias on my part, given what I was originally looking for, but it seems quite an omission not to have a forum here that's specifically for the whole business of converting vinyl to digital. FTR, what I was specifically looking for (but can't find) is a true audiophile grade ADC unit that focusses on doing just the job I need it for, for which the specific specification would include: - highest-quality AUX level analogue inputs via standard RCA type connectors - Firewire 800 connection - Thunderbolt connection (at least as an option, if not standard) - maximum resolution/sampling rate of 24-bits/192 kHx (are higher capabilities yet available? I haven't seen them) - minimalist controls (if any?) - clean/smart aesthetic design I don't want/need: - phono stage/RIAA correction - masses of unusable inputs and outputs - front/back panels cluttered with costly and unneeded sockets, controls etc I want a box that puts the emphasis on the quality of the sound, not on providing a list of functional capabilities as long as my arm, which I'll never have a use for! I surely cannot be the only person that's in the market for such a product, can I?