For transferring records (Discs) I, most often, monitor from headphones
to avoid any possibility of the speakers influencing the transfer. I use
an extension for freedom of movement although I sometimes trip over the
headphone extension cord...Grrrr
I'm not sure why you have latency issues. Could be several things & you
have to check them all. Because I use two computers, I will experience a
small difference between them (<30ms) which can be attributed to a
difference in sample rate.
Corey Bailey Audio Engineering
On 12/18/2020 6:21 PM, Mickey Clark wrote:
> When I'm recording, I find that there is a delay between the needle
> "talking" and the output of the speakers. Thus, I will always monitor
> directly from my amplifier to avoid the echo effect. I don't know if
> the same delay would show up with an USB connection-Mickey Clark
> -----Original Message----- From: Corey Bailey
> Sent: Friday, December 18, 2020 5:35 PM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] turntables - Bluetooth, usb ??
> As Lou points out: "Cheapies are called record wreckers by some of us."
> My children & I have determined that USB turntables tend to have a
> lesser quality through the USB port than an analog setup. Of course,
> with an analog setup, the argument begins at which preamp is the best
> sounding. But, I digress. I can't comment on a Bluetooth setup because I
> haven't tried one.
> I did write about this: http://www.baileyzone.net/records%20diy.htm
> Happy Holidays,
> Corey Bailey Audio Engineering
> On 12/18/2020 5:11 PM, Lou Judson wrote:
>> This is the most cricial point. Cheapies are called record wreckers
>> by some of us.
>> I’d rather have a used Pioneer or such than a new piece of junk. A
>> good cart helps too, obviously.
>> Lou Judson
>> Intuitive Audio
>>> On Dec 18, 2020, at 5:04 PM, Thomas Stern <[log in to unmask]>
>>> A primary requirement is the need for a tone arm/cartridge which
>>> does not
>>> destroy the vinyl.
>>> appreciate any information, suggestions.
>>> THANKS! Thomas.