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After many years of ripping CDs and adding music downloads to populate my music library, I've been thinking about the prospect of ripping my old LP collection (donated to my brother many years ago). That collection has some great stuff- 1970s era folk music, rock, and electronic, that I would love to add to my library. When I gave up the LP collection, I somehow gave up on a Thornes turntable (wish that was not the case) and am now looking for a moderate price LP ripping solution (~$500 - $700). I was referred to a Pro-Ject Xpression Carbon Classic and Music Hall PA1.2 phono amp or a Pro-ject Phono Box S as a possible solution. Thoughts on those components or others, as well as software for ripping LPs? What I really need is a two-year lease, as I will not have a need for those components once the ripping sessions are complete. Since that is not likely, I would like to get a solution that has a good resale value as I will be looking to sell the components once I am done.
The end of digital audio.? Or not yet.? Some Groovy Data | Stereophile.com I knew that turntubles sales have been skyrocketing recently but I'm very supprised by the height of 2015/2016 sales spike. Will computer audio be passé in 2017..?