Alesis phonolink Cable de conversión
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- Conectar tocadiscos, cinta adhesiva, mezclador, u otro, fuente de audio de nivel de línea estéreo a USB para grabación estéreo
- Estéreo, salida de audio digital de 16 bits, 44.1 kHz
- Sistema de conversión interna, 2 m de largo.
- Conexión Plug and Play para Mac y PC
- Compatible con la mayoría de los Mac y Windows class-compliant drivers y software
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Estéreo RCA a USB.
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But it sends everything to a tiny volume control first. In addition to the control being useless (as line-level is standardized), it is one more circuit that can go wrong. And mine did. After two days use one channel was 6dB lower than the other.
What else? The RCA jacks are not gold-plated, as they are on the similar Behringer product.
The audio is only one-way - into the computer. You have to set up your computer to input the USB and simultaneously play through your soundcard into speakers. That worked fine with Audacity, but not with other recording programs inside my XP S3 Dell. Your mileage may vary. (On the other hand, you may not want audio speakers booming near your turntable, feeding back through your cartridge. Don't you wish there was a headphone jack like on the similar Behringer product? Sorry!)
I bought it because of the Alesis name and reputation, but it seemed to be indifferently thought out and designed. The switch that changes from line-level to phono level didn't seem too sturdy to me. And I was not impressed with the strain relief on the USB cable. The unit's case seemed sturdy enough to survive being stepped on, however, in case you were thinking of stepping on it. I ended up returning it to Amazon.
I do NOT work for Behringer (in fact, I am a self-employed Irish musician). But I now own the similar Behringer product and am very happy with it. It's got inputs AND outputs, gold-plated jacks, a headphone output with volume control, and an optical output. And it sounds better too. I actually erased the recordings I made through the Alesis and re-did them through the Behringer - despite the hours of work it cost me to do so. The difference was THAT big.