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  1. I just can't seem to find much basic information on how to use an audio interface to rip vinyl. Any info I come upon seems to be over my head. Does anyone know of a basic tutorial or primer you could point me to? I'd ask specific questions, but at this point, I don't really know enough to know what I don't know! Right now, my general concerns are exactly to look for in an interface and how to hook it up to my system. And I mean I need it in very basic terms! I'm not looking for "the best" interface but something probably in the lower price categories that will do a proficient job, just in case you've got any specific recommendations. Chain: Technics SL1210 MK5 (KAB mods) Grado Sonata1 low output PS Audio GCPH phono preamp (with unbalanced RCA and balanced, XLR outs) Arcam A 85 integrated amp Harbeth Compact 7ES-3 speakers THANK YOU! -Bob